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Belarusian riot police detained more than 300 women on September 19 as several thousand marched through the capital protesting Alyaksandr Lukashenka's victory in a presidential election on August 9
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September 19 marked the 71st day of protests against the arrest of regional Governor Sergei Furgal.
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Noble Partner 2020 Military Exercises In Georgia Come To A Close
Major multinational military exercises with troops participating from the United States, the United Kingdom, Poland, France, and the host country Georgia came to an end with a closing ceremony at
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The IT sector has been a success story for Belarus, but its future is now in question amid the country's political turmoil.
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A Belarusian student who was severely beaten during protests in Minsk has told Current Time about his ordeal at the hands of the security forces.
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Supporters of Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny have released a video showing how they collected water bottles from his hotel room in Tomsk after hearing he'd fallen ill on board a flight to
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In the southern Russian Daghestani village of Kvankhidatl, people extract salt using a unique ancient method. They claim they produce the purest and most delicious salt in the world.
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Jewish Pilgrims Spend Night In No-Man's Land Between Belarus And Ukraine
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Students Across Pakistan Return To Classes After Six-Month Break
Millions of students across Pakistan have returned to classes following a six-month break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Protesters in Belarus are responding to police brutality by singing. The tunes they choose tell a story about the values the demonstrators stand for.
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Tsikhanouskaya: It's A Pity Russia 'Took The Side Of The Dictator'
Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya called on Russia to back "the will of the Belarusian people" and said that it was "a pity" that the Kremlin was on the side of the country's
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Belarusian Soccer Players Condemn Police Crackdown
Leading Belarusian soccer players, including current members of the national team, have issued a video message condemning a police crackdown against anti-government demonstrators.
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Tens Of Thousands March In Minsk Against Lukashenka
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Tens of thousands of Belarusians marched through the streets of the capital, Minsk, on September 13.
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September 13 was the 36th consecutive day of unceasing protests following the disputed August 9 presidential election in Belarus, in which the authoritarian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka claimed
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An estimated 200 Kazakh protesters have called for the release of political prisoners and the declaration of a credit amnesty.
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Protests were held in Islamabad and other cities across Pakistan September 11, amid national outrage over the alleged gang rape of a woman in front of her children.
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Afghan government officials, Taliban extremists, and U.S.
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Riot police in Minsk arrested dozens of women on September 12 as several thousand people gathered in the center of the Belarus capital for what was planned as a women’s march amid ongoing protests
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Members of the Afghan government's peace-talks delegation gathered at Kabul Hamid Karzai International Airport ahead of their departure for intra-Afghan negotiations hosted by Qatar.
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'Stop, Guys!, Stop!': Dramatic Video Shows Driver Attacked By Belarusian Police
Dramatic video has emerged showing Belarusian security forces attacking a car with Russian plates in Minsk on August 11.
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As Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny fights Novichok poisoning in a Berlin hospital, his teams are continuing their battle against election fraud in a series of municipal votes across Russia.
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Belarusian Opposition Figure: 'Lukashenka Knows State Apparatus Is Against Him'
Speaking to Current Time in Prague on September 10, leading opposition official Paval Latushka commented on the ongoing protests in Belarus that erupted after Lukashenka won an August 9 election
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The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed Hungary's digital divide, with many children in poorer rural areas receiving little teaching or support during recent months.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed Hungary's digital divide, with many children in poorer rural areas receiving little teaching or support during recent months.
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After weeks of protests, environmental activists in Russia's central Bashkortostan region have won a battle to protect Kushtau Hill from mining.
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A 44-year-old Belarusian truck driver died in the hospital of gunshot wounds, after being fired on by security forces in the western city of Brest.
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