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Russian intelligence chief accuses US of instigating Belarus protests

WorldNews Thursday, 17 September 2020
Russian intelligence chief accuses US of instigating Belarus protestsRussia’s intelligence chief has accused the United States of instigating massive demonstrations against Belarus’ president that have entered their sixth week. Protesters in Belarus are seeking the resignation of Alexander Lukashenko, denouncing his landslide re-election in the August 9 vote as rigged and demanding an end to his 26-year rule. The...
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Demonstrators hit the streets of the capital before talks between Alexander Lukashenko and Russia's Vladimir Putin.

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