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Embattled Belarusian president to meet Putin as unrest enters sixth week

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Embattled Belarusian president to meet Putin as unrest enters sixth week
Embattled Belarusian president to meet Putin as unrest enters sixth week

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Belarusian security forces detained more than 100 protesters on Sunday (November 29) at rallies in Minsk the opposition had billed as "the march of neighbors," a rights group reported and videos on local social media showed.

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Target 'bunch of criminals' around Putin with sanctions, Navalny urges Europe [Video]

Target 'bunch of criminals' around Putin with sanctions, Navalny urges Europe

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says EU measures against Russian officials will only be taken seriously when they target oligarchs with close links to the KremlinView on euronews

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