Russian Memorial vandalised on Corfu

28th March

A memorial in the town of Corfu dedicated to Fyodor Fyodorovich Ushakov, a 18th century Russian naval commander and admiral was attacked. Unknown vandals removed the Greek and Russian flags from the memorial before throwing red paint on it, the Russian embassy said on Twitter on Saturday.

Greek City Times, independent website

Death threats to Russians’ posters put up in London

22nd March

The posters depict pigs in the colors of the Russian flag with text “Good Russian = Dead Russian.” According to Russian news outlets Ridovka They appeared in London, and the logo of the London Public Transport Corporation can be seen in the background of the photo shared by Ridovka

2022 Institute for Genocide Studies, available at https://instituteforthestudyofgenocide.org/a-good-russian-is-a-dead-russian-posters-were-seen-in-the-uk-rt-world-news/

500 reports of attacks on Russian & Ukranians in Germany

16th March

Germany’s Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) has received at least 500 reports including vandalism, burning, broken windows, throwing bottles, paint thrown at premises, threats, harassment, verbal assaults, hoax anthrax threats

DW Akademie, is part of Deutsche Welle which includes federal funding from the German government

Death threats to Russian restaurant in San Diego

10th March

In the week after the war began, he says, the restaurant received about 15 to 20 abusive phone calls.He didn’t pay much attention to the first few calls, which he attributed to kids messing around, but then some of the calls seemed to threaten violence. “We started getting more serious calls, with people yelling and screaming at us,” says Gazaryan, who is ethnically Armenian but has lived in Russia.

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