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Artur Dmitriev

Who said that?

Artur Dmitriev from St Petersburg went out to protest against the war in a sole demonstration with a hand-written slogan:

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Bucha-Moscow street art action


In Moscow, an anonymous activist performed an action “Bucha-Moscow” in protest against the Russian army’s war crimes in Ukraine. It was reported by the “Kholod” internet magazine. In the images taken in the most popular locations in central Moscow, including the Kremlin, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and the Old Arbat the activist is lying on the ground with his hands tied up behind his back – a reference to the war crimes in Bucha near Kiyv where bodies with tied up hands were found after the town was reclaimed from the Russian troops.

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Crimea Bridge Sergey Sitar

The Crimea Bridge Action

The Russian architect and artist Sergei Sitar was arrested in Moscow on the 24th March for hanging a 10-meter-long Ukraine flag with the words “Freedom, Truth, Peace” from the Crimean Bridge. He stood trial and was sentenced to a fine and 15 days in prison.

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My Heart is Bleeding

On the 27th of March in St Petersburg, artist Eugenia Isaeva performed an anti-war action “My Heart is Bleeding”. She covered herself in red paint and stood by the entrance of the city magistrate building chanting “my heart is bleeding”. A placard was placed by her feet, saying: “I feel it is pointless to appeal to the minds. This is why I appeal to your hearts. Every day in Ukraine women, children and the elderly are killed. They die of shelling, hunger, of the inability to get out of debris or find medicine… Their graves marked only by the hand-made crosses can be found by their houses, at the playgrounds. Thousands of wounded and disfigured, millions of destroyed lives… (…) Find enough courage for mercy and compassion. Do not support bloodshed!” The artist was arrested 10 minutes after the

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