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Protests erupt across the world against Russian invasion on Ukraine

Protests broke out across the world against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin on February 24 launched a military operation in Ukraine ignoring global condemnation and cascading new sanctions as he unleashed the largest ground war in Europe in decades, and chillingly referred to his country’s nuclear arsenal.

February 25, 2022 / 02:02 PM IST
Protests broke out across the world against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin on February 24 launched a military operation in Ukraine ignoring global condemnation and cascading new sanctions as he unleashed the largest ground war in Europe in decades, and chillingly referred to his country’s nuclear arsenal. People took to the streets to slam Putin’s actions. (Image: AP)
Protests broke out across the world against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin on February 24 launched a military operation in Ukraine ignoring global condemnation and cascading new sanctions as he unleashed the largest ground war in Europe in decades, and chillingly referred to his country’s nuclear arsenal. People took to the streets to slam Putin’s actions. (Image: AP)
Demonstrators protest Russia's military action in Ukraine, at Roddick Gates in Montreal. (Image: AP)
Demonstrators protest Russia's military action in Ukraine, at Roddick Gates in Montreal. (Image: AP)
A tear rolls down through the colors of the Ukrainian flag on the cheek of Ukranian Oleksandra Yashan of Arlington, Va., as she becomes emotional while holding a sign that reads "No War" during a vigil to protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine in Lafayette Park in front of the White House in Washington. (Image: AP)
Ukrainian Oleksandra Yashan of Arlington, Virginia, cries as she becomes emotional while holding a sign that reads 'No War' during a vigil to protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine in Lafayette Park in front of the White House in Washington. (Image: AP)
People take part in a vigil to protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine in front of the White House in Washington. (Image: AP)
People take part in a vigil to protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine in front of the White House in Washington. (Image: AP)
People gather, chanting and singing songs while displaying Ukrainian flags and anti-Russia signs at a protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine at the Texas State Capitol. (Image: AP)
People gather, chanting and singing songs while displaying Ukrainian flags and anti-Russia signs at a protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine at the Texas State Capitol. (Image: AP)
A man holds a placard depicting Russian President Vladimir Putin as Adolf Hitler during a protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine in front of the Ukrainian embassy in Bucharest, Romania. (Image: AP)
A man holds a placard depicting Russian President Vladimir Putin as Adolf Hitler during a protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine in front of the Ukrainian embassy in Bucharest, Romania. (Image: AP)
People gather outside the Colosseum lit with the Ukraine national flag in solidarity with the people of Ukraine in Rome. (Image: AP)
People gather outside the Colosseum lit with the Ukraine national flag in solidarity with the people of Ukraine in Rome. (Image: AP)
People hold a large flag of Ukraine in Duomo Square, Milan, Italy. (Image: AP)
People hold a large flag of Ukraine in Duomo Square, Milan, Italy. (Image: AP)
Demonstrators hold a banner during a protest in front of Lisbon's City Hall. (Image: AP)
Demonstrators hold a banner during a protest in front of Lisbon's City Hall. (Image: AP)
People protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine at a demonstration in the Studio City neighborhood of Los Angeles. (Image: AP)
People protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine at a demonstration in the Studio City neighborhood of Los Angeles. (Image: AP)
The SIS Building in London is lit up in yellow and blue in an expression of solidarity with Ukraine following Russia's invasion. (Image: AP)
The SIS Building in London is lit up in yellow and blue in an expression of solidarity with Ukraine following Russia's invasion. (Image: AP)
People protest against Russia and Russian President Putin after Russian troops have launched their anticipated attack on Ukraine, in front of the Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany. (Image: AP)
People protest against Russia and Russian President Putin after Russian troops launched their anticipated attack on Ukraine, in front of the Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany. (Image: AP)
A pro-Ukrainian protestor holds a sign which reads 'Sanctions' as he stands in in front of a police line during a demonstration outside of an extraordinary EU leaders summit on Ukraine in Brussels. (Image: AP)
A pro-Ukraine protestor holds a sign which reads 'Sanctions' as he stands in in front of a police line during a demonstration outside of an extraordinary EU leaders summit on Ukraine in Brussels. (Image: AP)
Supporters of Ukrainian sovereignty protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine, in New York. World leaders on February 24 condemned Russia's invasion of Ukraine as "barbaric" and moved to slap unprecedented economic sanctions on Moscow and those close to President Vladimir Putin. (Image: AP)
Supporters of Ukrainian sovereignty protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine, in New York. World leaders on February 24 condemned Russia's invasion of Ukraine as "barbaric" and moved to slap unprecedented economic sanctions on Moscow and those close to President Vladimir Putin. (Image: AP)
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