'This is an escape and a protest': how Russians who fled from mobilization to Turkey live

According to the Federal Customs Service, more than 300 thousand people have left Russia since the announcement of “partial mobilization”. Journalists spoke to young people who left the draft in Istanbul, reports the BBC. Most refugees from Russia were accepted by Kazakhstan and Georgia. But many go...

The United States declared its readiness to accept refugees from Russia against the backdrop of war and mobilization

Tens of thousands of Russian men of military age have fled the country to avoid Putin's mobilization for the war in Ukraine. The White House said it "welcomes" Russians seeking asylum in the US, FoxNews reports. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said the US "welcomes" any Russian...

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