Ukraine Invasion: Russian people start to feel the pinch of economic sanctions

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The economic consequences of the invasion are being felt hardest in Russia itself.

Sanctions have thrown the economy into turmoil, and many international brands like Apple are now refusing to sell their products inside the country.

For many Russians, their way of life is changing, leaving them to question whether they want to remain in a pariah state.

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