Russia Petersburg city police have arrested no fewer than 350 anti war protesters.

Police in Russia’s second-biggest city St. Petersburg have arrested at least 350 anti-war protesters on Wednesday, according to local monitor site OVD-Info.

Multiple videos show that police arrested an elderly woman holding anti-war and anti-nuclear signs while protesters cheered and applauded for the woman.

At least 7,615 people have been detained in anti-war protests in Russia since last Thursday according to OVD-info.

Meanwhile, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said in an interview, “any rhetoric about the employment of nuclear weapons is dangerous.

Austin was asked if he has seen any actions backing up President Vladimir Putin’s recent statements regarding Russia’s nuclear weapons.

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