Masked members of Belarus's security forces were seen in Minsk detaining people during another day of anti-regime protests.
Police in Belarus continued to crack down on protesters across the country Sunday. Protests in the capital, Minsk, have attracted an estimated 200,000 people. Protesters are demanding an end to the 26-year rule of the country’s president, Alexander Lukashenko. (AP/VOA)
Belarus police clashed with protesters across the country over the weekend as 100,000 people marched through Minsk, demanding the president resign
@nexta_tv > 100,000 participated in the #Belarus March of Justice in Minsk; marches took place in Grodna, Brest, Mogilev, Gomel, Vitebsk, &others. >110 were detained across Belarus. This is 8th consecutive Sunday of marches against rigged elections & 43d day of protests #StandWithBelarus
Eurasian Fund for Stabilization and Development may provide $500 mln loan to Minsk shortly:
IN PHOTOS: Marching In Minsk: Anti-government protesters again take to the streets:
The footage streaming in from Minsk, in spite of an internet blockade and reports the army has been deployed against protesters, is just incredible
The turnout in Minsk today for the manifestation for democracy looks absolutely massive. The regime effort to scare people away have so far failed. Dare the regime send the army against its people?
"This is what elections in Belarus look like." Clashes between police and protesters erupted in Minsk after Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko claimed a sweeping victory for a 6th term. More @business : #Минске #Беларуси