"…… the most important thing is that Russian President Vladimir Putin's absolutely barbaric attacks on Ukraine should stop and must not be seen to have succeeded."
Boris Johnson speaking in Abu Dhabi on the 16th March 2022
In Berdyansk people went on a peaceful protest against Russians. It was brutally broken up
by detentions and beatings. Shots were also heard. Click picture to watch on Twitter.
Protesters gather in occupied Ukrainian cities. Click picture to watch on Twitter.
They chant "Home, while alive!", "Kherson is Ukraine!"
Russian Teacher Kamran Manafly sacked for a post on Instagram. Click picture to see post.
The Russian Federation has been thrown out of the Council of Europe
Sign saying "We beat Hitler, we'll beat Putin" in Uman
Protesters in London call for Nato to 'close the skies' over Ukraine
Over 13,000 detained in Russia (at anti-war protests) since the invasion of Ukraine began.
Russian pensioner (Yelena Osipova) arrested after protesting in St Petersburg.
Anti-war protests have led to Russian police making thousands of arrests in major cities.
'Putin is not Russia'
Jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny calls for daily protests.
Police estimate that more than 100,000 attended this anti-war demonstration in Berlin.
Russians in the UK have joined in demonstrations against the invasion of Ukraine.
A Chelsea fan shows support for Ukraine.
A demonstration in Australia.
Tens of thousands gather in Berlin to protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Prince William and Catherine meeting President Zelensky and his wife in 2020.
"Today we stand with the president and all of Ukraine's people as they bravely fight …."