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Belarus opposition movement wins Sakharov Prize for human rights
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Pensioners in Belarus protest against the Lukashenko government
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EU agrees sanctions against Lukashenko for crackdown on Belarus protests
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Belarus police crack down on protesters, detain dozens
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Dozens detained in Belarus after clashes with police
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Belarus: Dozens of arrests in Minsk as police use water cannon to break up anti-Lukashenko protests
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Police use water cannon to disperse mass anti-Lukashenko rally
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Minsk demonstrators jeer as police deploy water cannons on another day of protests
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Belarus protests: How did we get here?
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Belarus crisis: EU slams Lukashenko's 'inauguration' as president
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Lukashenko inaugurated secretly amid protests, sanctions threat
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No Belarus sanctions by EU despite Tikhanovskaya plea
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Mass anti-Lukashenko rally starts after Belarus police crackdown
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Belarus: More than 200 arrested at anti-government women's march in Minsk
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UN rights investigator warns of ‘iron curtain’ in Belarus
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Lukashenko says Belarus will close borders with Poland and Lithuania
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Belarus mass arrests fail to stop protests
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Lukashenko seeks Putin's help in attempt to survive mass protests
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Lukashenko goes to Russia: What the meeting of 'brothers' could mean for Belarus' future
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Putin throws Belarus $1.5 billion lifeline
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Belarus protests: Police target female protesters
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Belarus police detain hundreds of protesters in Minsk as crowds swell
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