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Russian consulate in New York vandalized with red paint

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Russian consulate in New York vandalized with red paint

Russian consulate in New York vandalized with red paint

Manhattan's Upper East Side residents react after the Russian Consulate in New York was vandalized with red spray paint early Friday, in an apparent protest as President Vladimir Putin pursues his bloody invasion of Ukraine.


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