December 1, 2022

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Sanctions, protests: How Putin’s war is impacting ordinary Russians

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Hundreds of Russians have been arrested for demonstrating against Ukraine’s invasion across the country. Meanwhile, sanctions aimed at cripping Russia’s economy are slowly having an impact: the ruble is fluctuating, people are queuing up outside ATMs and prices are rising. Anton Troianovsky, Moscow Bureau Chief of the New York Times, joins.

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