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Many flee to avoid getting drafted, but where can they go? | dw news

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Vladimir Putin’s escalation of the war is running into increasing opposition within Russia. Police have arrested more than 1,000 people demonstrating against the call-up of reservists at nationwide protests. And Flights to foreign destinations are also selling out, as many fear it could be their last chance to leave.

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