Live from Moscow: updates as Russians attempt to flee the count
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Thousands of men across Russia have been picked up from cities and towns across the country and drafted into the army. Russian president Vladimir Putin wants to bring in another 300 thousand civilians into military service. Russians are queuing up at the border to escape military service. Stuart Smith joined Nick Truebridge live from Moscow to discuss. [embed]
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