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Russians are fleeing mobilization

By DW
13 November 2022   |   10:00 am
Currently, getting political asylum in Germany is not easy for people fleeing military mobilization in Russia. A Berlin-based NGO is calling on the government to ease conditions for those who do not want to serve in the Russian Army.

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