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Viktor Babaryko — who until his arrest had intended to run against President Alexander Lukashenko in the Aug. 9 election — has been charged with corruption and money laundering

Rights groups say hundreds of protesters have been arrested in Belarus as weekly demonstrations against President Alexander Lukashenko continue.

Does president lukashenko'>Belarus President Lukashenko really think he can stop the pro-democracy protests by arresting journalists like these six from @RFERL  who report on the protests? Get real.

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Police in Belarus detained dozens of protesters and used stun grenades to disperse the crowd as thousands rallied for the 15th consecutive Sunday against President Alexander Lukashenko.

A human rights group in Belarus says that hundreds of people were arrested and many beaten by police during protests calling for authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko to resign.

The demonstrations that attracted thousands were the 16th consecutive Sunday of large protests against President Alexander Lukashenko.

Tens of thousands of Belarus opposition protesters took to the streets on Sunday, the latest large-scale rally against President Alexandre Lukashenko's contested re-election

Tens of thousands of opposition protesters protested against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in Minsk on Sunday

MINSK: Tens of thousands of Belarus opposition protesters took to the streets on Sunday, the latest large-scale rally against President Alexandre Lukashenko's contested re-election. #BangkokPost  #World 

The demonstrations that attracted thousands were the 16th consecutive Sunday of large protests against President Alexander Lukashenko.

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▶️ Dozens gathered in Times Square to protest the re-election of Belarusan President Alexander Lukashenko, Monday, as people around the United States congregated to show support for the movement. 👉 Belarusians in America Back Protests in Homeland

Thousands of people protested against President Aleksandr Lukashenko in Belarus on Sunday. He has indicated repeatedly that he has no intention of succumbing to pressure from the streets. “Until you kill me, there will not be any more elections,” he said.

Belarusians are protesting the election of Alexander Lukashenko, who has been president of Belarus since 1994 and has been called "Europe's last dictator." Protesters were met with tear gas, rubber bullets and batons.

LOOK: Aerial footage caught the main square near the Government House in Belarus, where protesters are expected to demonstrate against President Alexander Lukashenko

This is what the protests in Belarus — perhaps the largest demonstration in the country's history — looked like on Sunday as tens of thousands turned out to oppose President Alexander G. Lukashenko. Read the latest.

"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

“I want to thank our former president, Alexander Grigoryevich Lukashenko, for uniting the nation. Thank you and goodbye.” 🔥

Incumbent authoritarian President Aleksander Lukashenko claims 79.7 percent of the vote in Belarus after a campaign marked by protests and intimidation

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