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‘I don’t want to die for Putin!’ Russians detained at Novosibirsk mobilization protests

Russian security forces detained dozens of demonstrators in various towns and cities on Sept. 21 after President Vladimir Putin announced the partial mobilization of military reserves. Footage of Novosibirsk gathering in a square shows at least two people being detained.. According to reports from the independent Russian news agency Mediazona and Ukraine, the first man detained was “for Putin.” I don’t want to die for you or for you,” he cried. Russia has recorded the detention of dozens of people at mobilization protests in cities such as Moscow, Perm, Yakutsk, St. Petersburg, Izhevsk and Yekaterinburg. May be mobilized to support the war in Ukraine. Credit: ACT-54 Black via Storyful