— Thomas van Linge (@ThomasVLinge) February 27, 2022
It’s probably the biggest protest about international affair in our history.
— Filip Horký (@FilipHorky) February 27, 2022
This morning more than 500,000 people took to the streets of #Berlin to protest against #Russian invasion of #Ukriane. The world is united against the occupants.#StandWithUkriane 💙💛 pic.twitter.com/F7u8XmTBa1
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) February 27, 2022
Belarusians are chanting “Glory to Ukraine” and “Long live Belarus” from the windows of their apartments. Today's protest continued even at night. We all feel the same feeling of unity as in 2020. pic.twitter.com/aBlZ9Kcscd
— Franak Viačorka (@franakviacorka) February 27, 2022
— Axios (@axios) February 27, 2022
Thousands of people rallied in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, last night, calling for an end to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The crowds also called for the resignation of Georgian PM Irakli Garibashvili, who said his country would not join the West in sanctioning Moscow. pic.twitter.com/GLpVbfEAew
— Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (@RFERL) February 26, 2022
People gather in protest against Russia's attack on #Ukraine in #Tokyo #Japan as Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida condemned the attack, announcing further sanctions including export controls and an asset freeze on Russia's financial institutions. 📸: Yuichi Yamazaki pic.twitter.com/mAIxzfxfoD
— Getty Images News (@GettyImagesNews) February 26, 2022
Latvian crowds sing the Ukrainian national anthem in front of the Russian embassy in capital Riga https://t.co/KERmhRI90A
— Naomi O'Leary (@NaomiOhReally) February 25, 2022
Ukrainian-Americans and Russian-Americans came together to protest Russia’s invasion of Ukraine outside the Russian Consulate in New York City.
We spoke with the demonstrators to hear what they had to say. pic.twitter.com/zaX6dG73Xd
— NBC News NOW (@NBCNewsNow) February 25, 2022
Security forces in Russia have broken up anti-war protests in several cities across the country after Russian troops launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/ZTceDscdfB
— Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (@RFERL) February 24, 2022
About 2,500 people gathered at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on Thursday to protest against the Russian invasion. For the second time this week, the city had illuminated the landmark in blue and yellow to express solidarity with Ukraine.
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 24, 2022