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Putin throws Belarus $1.5 billion lifeline

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Putin throws Belarus $1.5 billion lifeline

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 Jillian Kitchener.


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