In the German capital, high-profile authors, intellectuals and politicians have been demonstrating against the bombardment of Aleppo, saying that they want to draw attention to the horrors being faced by civilians there.
The District of Columbia Council is considering a law that would change the name of the block in front of the Russian Embassy in remembrance of the former Russian dissident. The Kremlin is not amused.
Police in Moscow have detained over 200 people who took part in an "unauthorized" anti-Putin march. One day prior, dozens were detained at another nationalist anti-Kremlin rally to mark Russia's Day of National Unity.
Police in Hamburg have clashed with G20 protesters as they tried to dismantle a camp in a city park. Protesters from around Europe are flocking to the city in what is expected to be a tense week of clashes.
A group of international authors and artists launched an appeal to stop the mass killing in Aleppo and demonstrated their outrage against President Putin by demonstrating in front of the Russian embassy in Berlin.
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