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Tens of thousands rally against Belarus president as Minsk warns of ‘chaos, anarchy’

WorldNews Sunday, 27 September 2020
Tens of thousands rally against Belarus president as Minsk warns of ‘chaos, anarchy’Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Belarus for a seventh consecutive weekend to demand President Alexander Lukashenko's resignation, accusing him of being reelected in a rigged presidential vote last month. Belarus is in turmoil since Lukashenko won the August 9 presidential election, with the opposition rejecting the official results and alleging voter fraud. The US and the EU, in particular, have repeated the allegation, rejecting Lukashenko’s re-election. Anti-government protest rallies have been held in the...
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