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Lukashenko says he is ready to share power in Belarus as protests mount

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Lukashenko says he is ready to share power in Belarus as protests mountMinsk: Facing growing protests that have posed the biggest challenge to his 26 years in power, President Alexander Lukashenko said on Monday he was ready to share power in Belarus, although not under pressure from the streets. His apparent concession came after exiled opposition politician Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya said she was willing to lead the country. See more Belarus protests: Scenes of protests on the the streets of Minsk Brides in gowns stage protest for delayed weddings Pictures: Massive protests in Russia's far east rattle Kremlin Photos: Thais 'cast a spell' for democracy in...
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