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Hundreds detained in latest anti-government demos in Belarus
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Belarus opposition leader calls for foreign help to end unrest
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Thousands attend Belarus protester's funeral
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'It's a dead end': 100 days since Belarus' election, Lukashenko is still in power. Now what?
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Hundreds arrested as police use stun grenades to disperse Belarus protest
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Thousands mourn death of Belarus protester
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Belarus detains at least 400 as anti-Lukashenko protests continue
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Belarus opens first nuclear power plant amid criticism from Lithuania
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Belarus' first nuclear power plant launches despite Baltic unease
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Police fire warning shots in Belarus protests
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Belarus police fire warning shots at protesters
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Belarus police fire warning shots
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Workers and students strike against Lukashenko
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Belarus: Opposition says general strike underway as Lukashenko ignores call to resign
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Belarusian opposition leader Tikhanovskaya calls for nationwide strike
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Belarus police fire stun grenades as 100,000 protest
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Protests in Belarus ahead of Lukashenko deadline
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Belarus opposition movement wins Sakharov Prize for human rights
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Sakharov Prize 2020: Belarus' opposition wins EU human rights award
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Anti-government rallies held across Belarus despite regime threats
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