The Protests worldwide against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Russia's attack on Ukraine continues after the country invaded on Feb. 24, with forces moving from the north, south and east. Details of the attack and the fighting change by the day, but this is the first major land conflict in Europe in decades and hundreds have already been reported dead or wounded. Thousands more people have fled or tried to escape Ukraine amid warnings of a possible refugee crisis. reports that 5,500 people have been detained at various anti war protests since the invasion began on Thursday. Hours after the first missiles struck in Ukraine, the Investigative Committee of Russia, a government authority, released a warning citizens not to participate in mass riots and rallies associated with the tense foreign policy situation as it's criminal and will result in s Read More