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Ukraine war updates: Dozens of Russians detained after holding sit-in

Sasha, 50, waits for his dog Druzhok before crossing a bridge destroyed by the Russian army when it retreated from villages in the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine.
Sasha, 50, waits for his dog Druzhok before crossing a bridge destroyed by the Russian army when it retreated from villages in the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine. Copyright AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd
Copyright AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd
By Euronews with AP, AFP
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Several Russians were detained on Saturday for protesting the war in Ukraine. Meanwhile, Russian troops are retreating in the north but Ukrainian officials warned they will redeploy in the country's east.

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Russia's war in Ukraine is now in its second month and even as Vladimir Putin's forces retreat in the north, Ukraine and its allies have warned that the Kremlin could redeploy its forces to escalate in the east of the country.

The war has forced millions to flee their homes, creating Europe's worst refugee crisis since World War II. Thousands of civilians and military personnel have been killed, and the Russian bombardments have left widespread devastation.

The invasion has also caused political and shockwaves around the world, deepening the rupture between Moscow and the West.

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