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Russian police detain more than 1,500 people at anti-war protests across dozens of cities after President Vladimir Putin sent troops to invade Ukraine, an independent monitor said Thursday. Up to 1,000 people gathered in the former imperial capital Saint Petersburg, where many were detained by masked police officers. IMAGES

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