Your Friday Briefing: Men Flee Russian Conscription

One day after President Vladimir Putin announced a plan to bring 300,000 civilians into military service, thousands of Russians received draft papers and boarded buses to training sites. Many others left the country in a rush, paying rising prices to catch flights to Armenia, Georgia, Montenegro and Turkey, some of the countries that allow Russians to enter without visas.

Russian officials said the call-up would be limited to people with combat experience. But…

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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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