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Belarus protests as seen through artists' eyes

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Belarus opposition movement wins Sakharov Prize for human rights [Video]

Belarus opposition movement wins Sakharov Prize for human rights

The award comes as EU sanctions Belarusian officials amid protests and refuses to recognise Alexander Lukashenko as the leader.

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Sakharov Prize 2020: Belarus' opposition wins EU human rights award [Video]

Sakharov Prize 2020: Belarus' opposition wins EU human rights award

EP President David Sassoli recognised an "initiative of brave women" in his speech, including opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 02:07Published
Belarus opposition wins EU human rights prize [Video]

Belarus opposition wins EU human rights prize

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Belarus protests: Retirees rally against authoritarian president [Video]

Belarus protests: Retirees rally against authoritarian president

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At least 150 detained across Belarus in Opposition rallies

Minsk [Belarus], October 19 (ANI/Sputnik): Belarus' non-governmental human rights centre Viasna reported that at least 140 people have been detained across the..
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