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The anti-war music group Bi-2 was held in Thailand, and Russian officials were not too hasty to bail them out.
Russian poets were sentenced to prison for anti-war poems.
A former priest of the Russian Orthodox Church was sentenced to three years in prison for "fakes" about the Russian army.
A woman was fined for "tarnishing the Russian army” through anti-war imagery and a "provocative" tattoo.
A retiree took to social media after hearing about his daughter's experience in Kyiv. Authorities harassed and tortured him.
Moscow police attempted to interrupt an anti-war pianist's concert, going so far as to call in a bomb threat.
According to an internal, Kremlin poll, 55% of Russians favor negotiations with Ukraine, and only 25% are in favor of continuing the war.
Two female Russian artists discuss how their life and work has been impacted by Russia's Ukraine War.
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