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Hanna Liubakova Sep 26
That’s undoubtedly l the video of the day. Look at her
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BenAris Sep 24
RIght now its getting serious: this is why you dont mess with IT specialists they have developed software that allows them to recognise OMON officers even if they are wearing a balaclava video shows it in action
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Jake Hanrahan Sep 23
A woman named Jana enjoys a cigarette as she’s arrested by riot police in . (Anyone know who took these?)
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Integration Nightmares Sep 23
That's what you call ! Taxi driver saves protestor from riot cops.
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Hanna Liubakova Sep 27
It is horrible. Riot police are using stun grenades and tear gas against peaceful protesters in , which the interior ministry confirmed. There were also shootings heard. There are many women in the crowd
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Belarus Free Theatre Sep 23
Drivers in blocked the roads all across the centre of the city leaving the water canons and paddy wagons stuck in traffic and unable to hurt the peaceful protestors. This is true traffic solidarity in .
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Denis Kazakiewicz Sep 27
Protesters in Grodno did not let to arrest one of their own
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Stefan Leifert Sep 24
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Anonymous Sep 24
: Taxi driver saves protestor from the police. (📹)
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Sep 23
The fact that Lukashenka’s “inauguration” had to be held in secret only further proves he has lost all legitimacy as a leader. He is not the president of and he must step down.
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Abdujalil A Sep 23
A taxi driver in saved one of the protesters who was trying to escape riot police .
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Hanna Liubakova Sep 25
It will be a blow to all of us. One of the most popular and major media outlets in , , might be shut down. The ministry of information has filed a lawsuit to terminate it as a media outlet. Though it may still operate as an internet resource. The war on journalism
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Michael McFaul Sep 27
Everyone who believes in democracy has to be inspired by . MLK once said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. The opposite must also be true: A step towards freedom anywhere is a step toward freedom everywhere.
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Hanna Liubakova Sep 26
Nearly 80 women were detained today,including an underaged girl and six journalists (four of them were released afterwards). Since the election, more than 12,000 people have been detained. It is unprecedented in the history of modern Belarus.Many were tortured and beaten
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Hanna Liubakova Sep 25
Protest street art in is thriving
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Belarus Free Theatre Sep 26
Cyber partisans in hacked the websites of the main state TV channels, instead of the government propaganda they showed the beatings and arrests of protestors in the live TV section.
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Linas Linkevicius Sep 23
Such a farce. Forged elections. Forged inauguration. The former president of does not become less former. Quite the contrary. His illegitimacy is a fact with all the consequences that this entails.
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Anonymous 12h
: 100,000+ protestors took to the streets to call for democracy and an end of the Russian backed Lukashenko dictatorship. (📹)
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Linas Linkevicius Sep 24
In the 20th century, partisans in fought with the evil of fascism, it was a sacred war. Now they are back: cyber-partisans are unmasking OMON’s fascists in Belarus.
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Anders Fogh Rasmussen Sep 21
sanctions still not agreed by EU Foreign Ministers. Cyprus refuses, trying to leverage Belarus to make a point about 🇹🇷 The will of governments representing 445 million Europeans overridden by a government representing 1 million Frustrating.
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