RIOT POLICE arrest hundreds of anti-mobilisation protesters in St Petersburg in violent scenes.
Footage posted by SOTA showed a number of arrests by Russian police near Sennaya Square in the center of St Petersburg.
OVD-Info, an independent Russian human rights monitor, said 2,353 people have been detained amid protests since the announcement by Russian President Vladimir Putin of a partial mobilisation of military reserve forces in the country.
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