Russia supporters in Riga staged a protest after officials bulldozed flowers left at a WWII monument: Russian troops

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According to Russian officials, roughly 1 million people have been forced to evacuate from Ukraine into Russia since Moscow began its full-scale invasion on February 24. In many areas, evacuating civilians into Ukrainian-controlled territory is simply impossible due to Russian shelling. Left with no other way to safety, refugees are being forcibly deported to Russia via the Kremlin-controlled "Donetsk People's Republic" (DNR) and occupied Crimea. Along the way, they are subjected to a lengthy "filtration" process run by Russian troops, which often involves spending several days in camps. In interviews with Meduza, Ukrainian refugees gave firsthand accounts of how this system works. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/feature/2022/05/13/i-ve-never-been-so-scared

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