An estimated 200 people protested against the policies of Russian President Vladimir Putin in Prague on Sunday evening. The demonstrators, many of whom were Russians and Ukrainians resident in the city, gathered outside the Russian-owned Sberbank on the central Na Příkopě Street and carried signs such as Putin: Mass Murderer and Protect Democracy. They called on the Czech government to take a tougher approach to Russia.
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