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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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Belarus protests: Retirees rally against authoritarian president [Video]

Belarus protests: Retirees rally against authoritarian president

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Pensioners in Belarus protest against the Lukashenko government [Video]

Pensioners in Belarus protest against the Lukashenko government

The retired in Belarus lined the streets of Minsk to protest the government of Alexander Lukashenko on October 19.

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EU agrees sanctions against Lukashenko for crackdown on Belarus protests [Video]

EU agrees sanctions against Lukashenko for crackdown on Belarus protests

EU foreign ministers also agreed to sanction Russian officials over the suspected poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.View on euronews

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Belarus police crack down on protesters, detain dozens [Video]

Belarus police crack down on protesters, detain dozens

Security forces in Minsk use water cannon, stun grenades to disperse opposition supporters demanding new election.

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Dozens detained in Belarus after clashes with police [Video]

Dozens detained in Belarus after clashes with police

Tens of thousands of people marched through the center of the Belarusian capital Minsk on Sunday to demand that authorities free political prisoners, prompting police to turn water cannon on them...

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Belarus: Dozens of arrests in Minsk as police use water cannon to break up anti-Lukashenko protests [Video]

Belarus: Dozens of arrests in Minsk as police use water cannon to break up anti-Lukashenko protests

Thousands rallied for the ninth consecutive Sunday rally against Alexander Lukashenko following his disputed re-election in August.

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Police use water cannon to disperse mass anti-Lukashenko rally [Video]

Police use water cannon to disperse mass anti-Lukashenko rally

Detentions reported as tens of thousands gather in Belarus’s capital, Minsk, to demand political prisoners be released.

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Minsk demonstrators jeer as police deploy water cannons on another day of protests [Video]

Minsk demonstrators jeer as police deploy water cannons on another day of protests

Tens of thousands protesters have gathered on the streets of Minsk for another Sunday march that has became a tradition since President Alexander Lukashenko claimed landslide victory in the August 9 el

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Belarus protests: How did we get here? [Video]

Belarus protests: How did we get here?

Hundreds of thousands of Belarusians have been protesting against the regime for seven weeks since a disputed presidential election took place on August 9.

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Belarus crisis: EU slams Lukashenko's 'inauguration' as president [Video]

Belarus crisis: EU slams Lukashenko's 'inauguration' as president

"This ‘inauguration’ directly contradicts the will of large parts of the Belarusian population [...] and serves to only further deepen the political crisis in Belarus," said EU foreign affairs..

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Lukashenko inaugurated secretly amid protests, sanctions threat [Video]

Lukashenko inaugurated secretly amid protests, sanctions threat

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko assumed his sixth term of office on Wednesday during a surprise ceremony after weeks of mass protests.

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No Belarus sanctions by EU despite Tikhanovskaya plea [Video]

No Belarus sanctions by EU despite Tikhanovskaya plea

Belarus' opposition leader makes a shocking presentation but EU foreign ministers still unable to agree on sanctions.

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Belarus protests: Opposition appeal to EU fails to unblock sanctions [Video]

Belarus protests: Opposition appeal to EU fails to unblock sanctions

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Mass anti-Lukashenko rally starts after Belarus police crackdown [Video]

Mass anti-Lukashenko rally starts after Belarus police crackdown

Opposition seeking president's exit after disputed election calls for protests a day after hundreds of women were held.

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Belarus: More than 200 arrested at anti-government women's march in Minsk [Video]

Belarus: More than 200 arrested at anti-government women's march in Minsk

Among those arrested was 73-year-old Nina Baginskaya who has become a regular figure of anti-establishment protests since they began in August.

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UN rights investigator warns of ‘iron curtain’ in Belarus [Video]

UN rights investigator warns of ‘iron curtain’ in Belarus

A UN investigator of human rights violations in Belarus is warning of another ‘iron curtain’ descending on Europe.

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Lukashenko says Belarus will close borders with Poland and Lithuania [Video]

Lukashenko says Belarus will close borders with Poland and Lithuania

"We are forced to ... close the state border on the West, primarily with Lithuania and Poland," Lukashenko said.

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Belarus protests: Lukashenko blames US for supporting opposition [Video]

Belarus protests: Lukashenko blames US for supporting opposition

Credit: FRANCE 24 English     Duration: 00:32Published
Belarus mass arrests fail to stop protests [Video]

Belarus mass arrests fail to stop protests

After nearly 800 people were arrested in Minsk last Sunday, the UN Commissioner for Human Rights condemned what she called the violent repression of peaceful demonstrations.

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Lukashenko seeks Putin's help in attempt to survive mass protests [Video]

Lukashenko seeks Putin's help in attempt to survive mass protests

Russian leader agrees to $1.5bn loan with Minsk and says Belarus crisis should be resolved without foreign interference.

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Lukashenko goes to Russia: What the meeting of 'brothers' could mean for Belarus' future [Video]

Lukashenko goes to Russia: What the meeting of 'brothers' could mean for Belarus' future

Belarus' fate could be sealed in Sochi as Lukashenko sits down with his 'elder brother' Putin to discuss the ongoing unrest. What will it mean for the country's future?

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Putin throws Belarus $1.5 billion lifeline [Video]

Putin throws Belarus $1.5 billion lifeline

Russian President Vladimir Putin bestowed a $1.5 billion loan on Belarus on Monday after its embattled leader, Alexander Lukashenko, flew to Sochi to ask Putin for more support. This report produced by..

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Belarus protests: Police target female protesters [Video]

Belarus protests: Police target female protesters

Tens of thousands of people have been marching in the capital Minsk and other cities.

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Belarus police detain hundreds of protesters in Minsk as crowds swell [Video]

Belarus police detain hundreds of protesters in Minsk as crowds swell

Demonstrators hit the streets of the capital before talks between Alexander Lukashenko and Russia's Vladimir Putin.

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Belarus protests: Lukashenko to meet Putin as unrest continues

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