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Police block an area during a mass rally following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus, late Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Belarus officials say police detained over 1,000 people during the latest protests against the results of the country's presidential election. An Interior Ministry spokeswoman says rallies took place in 25 Belarusian cities on Tuesday, the third night of protests contesting the election results. (AP Photo)

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People, some of them gesture, gather in a street protesting the election results in Minsk, Russia, Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020. The demonstrators are contesting the official count showing President Alexander Lukashenko winning a sixth term with 80% of Sunday's vote, with crowds taking to the streets every night since to demand a recount. (AP Photo)

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Women dressed in white clothes protest against police violence during recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A person wearing a white bracelet - a symbol of the opposition - gestures from inside a window as women protest against police violence during recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A woman with a tattoo on her leg reading "Flowers are better than bullets" attends a protest against police violence during recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A woman with a tattoo on her leg reading "Flowers are better than bullets" attends a protest against police violence during recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A woman with a tattoo on her leg reading "Flowers are better than bullets" attends a protest against police violence during recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A police van drives out of a detention centre while allegedly transporting people who were jailed to different terms for participating in recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A police van drives out of a detention centre while allegedly transporting people who were jailed to different terms for participating in recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A police van drives out of a detention centre while allegedly transporting people who were jailed to different terms for participating in recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A police van drives out of a detention centre while allegedly transporting people who were jailed to different terms for participating in recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A police van drives out of a detention centre while allegedly transporting people who were jailed to different terms for participating in recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A police van drives out of a detention centre while allegedly transporting people who were jailed to different terms for participating in recent rallies of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 12, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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6306185 12.08.2020 A Belarusian law enforcement officer is pictured in a bus with broken windows as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306188 12.08.2020 A military armoured car moves along a street as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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Friends and relatives of those detained during mass rally following presidential election gather at a detention center in Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. The Belarusian Interior Ministry said Tuesday that more than 2,000 people were detained across the country for taking part in unsanctioned protests on Monday evening and overnight. It added that 21 police officers were injured in clashes with protesters, and five of them were hospitalized. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

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People, some of them ethnic Belarusians, hold a poster reading "Elections without Lukashenka! Freedom for political prisoners" and shout anti-Lukashenko slogans as they gather to support Belarusian opposition in front of Belarusian Embassy in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Thousands of opposition supporters protesting the election results encountered aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk and several other Belarusian cities. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

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A man on his knees talks with riot police officers in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" as police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

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A elderly man gestures as he taks with riot police officers in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" as police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk.(AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

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A woman gestures as she talks with riot police officers in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" as police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits), APTOPIX

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A man talks with riot police officers as they block a part of a street in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" as police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

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Two women talk with a riot police officer as police block a part of a street in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

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Police detain an opposition supporter protesting the election results as protesters encountered aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo)

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A woman fights with a police officer after detaining opposition supporters protesting the election results as protesters encounter aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo)

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A woman fights with a police officer after detaining opposition supporters protesting the election results as protesters encounter aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo)

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A woman fights with a police officer as the other police officer detains an opposition supporter protesting the election results as protesters encounter aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo)

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Police protect an area from opposition supporters protesting the election results as protesters encountered aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo)

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A policeman guards an area against opposition supporters protesting the election results as protesters encounter aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo)

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Police detain an opposition supporter protesting the election results as protesters encounter aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo)

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A woman fights with a police officer as the other police officers detain an opposition supporter protesting the election results as protesters encounter aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo)

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A woman fights with a police officer as the other police officers detain an opposition supporter protesting the election results as protesters encounter aggressive police tactics in the capital of Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Heavy police cordons blocking Minsk's central squares and avenues didn't discourage the demonstrators who again took to the streets chanting "Shame!" and "Long live Belarus!" Police moved quickly Tuesday to separate and disperse scattered groups of protesters in the capital, but new pockets of resistance kept mushrooming across downtown Minsk. (AP Photo)

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Police block a street after using flash-bang grenades to disperse protesters during a mass rally following presidential election in Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Belarus officials say police detained over 1,000 people during the latest protests against the results of the country's presidential election. An Interior Ministry spokeswoman says rallies took place in 25 Belarusian cities on Tuesday, the third night of protests contesting the election results. (AP Photo)

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Police block a street using flash-bang grenades and rubber bullets to disperse protesters during a mass rally following presidential election in Minsk, Belarus, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Belarus officials say police detained over 1,000 people during the latest protests against the results of the country's presidential election. An Interior Ministry spokeswoman says rallies took place in 25 Belarusian cities on Tuesday, the third night of protests contesting the election results. (AP Photo)

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Police beat a protester during a mass rally following presidential election in Minsk, Belarus, late Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Belarus officials say police detained over 1,000 people during the latest protests against the results of the country's presidential election. An Interior Ministry spokeswoman says rallies took place in 25 Belarusian cities on Tuesday, the third night of protests contesting the election results. (AP Photo)

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Police move to block demonstrators during a mass rally following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus, late Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Belarus officials say police detained over 1,000 people during the latest protests against the results of the country's presidential election. An Interior Ministry spokeswoman says rallies took place in 25 Belarusian cities on Tuesday, the third night of protests contesting the election results. (AP Photo)

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A member of the Belarus diaspora watches live feed from Minsk during a rally in support of Belarusians protesting vote rigging in the presidential election, outside the Belarusian embassy in Kiev on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Riot police detain protesters during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Demonstrators cross a street during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A drawing representing Alexander Lukashenko is seen on an advertising poster during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A woman wearing a white bracelet - a symbol of the opposition - gestures from inside a car during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A woman looks at riot police during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A woman talks to riot police during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A woman talks to riot police during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A man gestures in front of riot police during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A man gestures in front of riot police during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A woman stands in front of riot police during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Photographers talk to riot police during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Law enforcement officers block an area during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A man gestures in front of law enforcement officers during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Riot police detain demonstrators during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Women stand in front of riot police during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A law enforcement officer directs a cyclist during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Law enforcement officers are seen in the streets during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Law enforcement officers are seen in the streets during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Law enforcement officers are seen in the streets during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Law enforcement officers are seen in the streets during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Law enforcement officers are seen in the streets during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Law enforcement officers are seen in the streets during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A woman interacts with a law enforcement officer during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A serviceman blocks an area during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Riot police surround photographers during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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Riot police talk to photographers during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A riot policeman pulls a memory card out of a photographer's camera during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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A riot policeman pulls a memory card out of a photographer's camera during a rally of opposition supporters, who accuse strongman Alexander Lukashenko of falsifying the polls in the presidential election, in Minsk on August 11, 2020. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)

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6305249 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305250 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305254 11.08.2020 Opposition supporters clash with police during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305260 11.08.2020 Opposition supporters clash with police during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305263 11.08.2020 Protesters clash with police during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305264 11.08.2020 Protesters clash with police during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305289 11.08.2020 A picture shows shopping carts during a protest action in the center of Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305286 11.08.2020 Protesters clash with police during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305287 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305292 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305290 11.08.2020 Protesters clash with police during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305284 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306144 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306145 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306146 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306125 11.08.2020 People stand on balconies of a residential building as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306175 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain protesters as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306176 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers remove a former national flag as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306177 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306180 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers escort protesters detained during rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306182 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers guard protesters detained during rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306183 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306122 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers walk in a street as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306142 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306155 11.08.2020 People hold former national flag as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306152 11.08.2020 People show victory signs from a car as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306147 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306148 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306137 11.08.2020 A man holds a protest action as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306157 11.08.2020 People stand in a street holding former national flag as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306170 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306171 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain protesters as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306173 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers detain a protester as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306167 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers guard a street as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6306169 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers guard a street as rallies of opposition supporters following the presidential election continue, in Minsk, Belarus. Mass protests began across the country on Sunday evening after the official results of the presidential election showed incumbent leader Alexander Lukashenko's landslide victory with over 80 percent of the vote. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305291 11.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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Police carry a protester during a mass rally following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus, late Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Belarus officials say police detained over 1,000 people during the latest protests against the results of the country's presidential election. An Interior Ministry spokeswoman says rallies took place in 25 Belarusian cities on Tuesday, the third night of protests contesting the election results. (AP Photo)

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Police surround a protester during a mass rally following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus, late Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Belarus officials say police detained over 1,000 people during the latest protests against the results of the country's presidential election. An Interior Ministry spokeswoman says rallies took place in 25 Belarusian cities on Tuesday, the third night of protests contesting the election results. (AP Photo)

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Armed police walk to block protesters during a mass rally following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus, late Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Belarus officials say police detained over 1,000 people during the latest protests against the results of the country's presidential election. An Interior Ministry spokeswoman says rallies took place in 25 Belarusian cities on Tuesday, the third night of protests contesting the election results. (AP Photo)

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AFP Photo AdvisoryAugust 12, 2020 (AFP) Tel : (+852) 2829 6206 Duty Editor: Tengku Bahar WORLD: COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, as develops --ASIA-- TAIPEI: US Health Secretary Alex Azar visits Taiwan KANDY: Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa inducts new cabinet HONG KONG: Situation as develops INDIA: Flood situation, as develops --EUROPE-- MINSK: Protests and developments following disputed election PRAGUE: US Secretary of State Pompeo visits SAINT PETERSBURG: Ceremonies marking 20th anniversary of Kursk nuclear submarine disaster --MIDEAST-- - --AFRICA-- - --AMERICAS-- WILMINGTON, DELAWARE: Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden introduces running mate US Senator Kamala Harris --SPORTS-- FOOTBALL: UEFA Champions League FOOTBALL: Chinese Super League (Photo by AFP)

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AFP Photo Advisory - August 12, 2020AFP Photo International Advisory - August 12, 2020 --WORLD-- COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, as develops --EUROPE-- MINSK: Protests and developments following disputed election PRAGUE: US Secretary of State Pompeo visits SAINT PETERSBURG: Ceremonies marking 20th anniversary of Kursk nuclear submarine disaster BERLIN: German Chancellor Angela Merkel chairs the government's weekly cabinet meeting PALMA: Spanish King Felipe VI meets with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez PARIS: Rally for the liberation of Khaled Drareni in front of the Algerian embassy --MIDEAST-- Ongoing coverage of COVID-19 pandemic --AFRICA-- Ongoing coverage of COVID-19 pandemic --AMERICAS-- WILMINGTON, DELAWARE: Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden introduces running mate US Senator Kamala Harris --ASIA-- TAIPEI: US Health Secretary Alex Azar visits Taiwan KANDY: Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa inducts new cabinet HONG KONG: Situation as develops INDIA: Flood situation, as develops --SPORTS-- FOOTBALL: UEFA Champions League Atalanta vs PSG FOOTBALL: Training Leipzig, Atletico Madrid, Lyon FOOTBALL: Chinese Super League CYCLING: Criterium du Dauphine race CYCLING: Gran Piemonte race Go to https://agenda.afp.com to consult AFP Agenda Cheers, Sebastien (Photo by AFP)

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6305125 10.08.2020 Men wearing face masks light flares during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian embassy, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305130 10.08.2020 A protester wearing a face mask holds a placard reading "Tikhanouskaya leads the way. Cockroach, go away" during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian embassy, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305131 10.08.2020 A protester holds a flare and a historical white-red-white flag of Belarus during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian embassy, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305123 10.08.2020 Men wearing face masks hold a banner during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near the Belarusian embassy, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305126 10.08.2020 A protester wearing a face mask holds a historical white-red-white flag of Belarus during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian embassy, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305127 10.08.2020 Men wearing face masks hold a banner during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian embassy, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305128 10.08.2020 A child holds a historical white-red-white flag of Belarus during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian embassy, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305132 10.08.2020 A protester wearing a face mask holds a placard reading "Lukashenko, go away" during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian embassy, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305110 10.08.2020 Men wearing face masks light flares during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian embassy, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305156 10.08.2020 A protester holds a poster reading "No to dictatorship of Lukashenko" on the picket line against the official Belarusian presidential election results outside the Belarusian embassy in Moscow, Russia. Vladimir Pesnya / Sputnik

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6305149 10.08.2020 A protester holds a poster reading "Long live Belarus" on the picket line against the official Belarusian presidential election results outside the Belarusian embassy in Moscow, Russia. Vladimir Pesnya / Sputnik

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6305147 10.08.2020 Protesters wearing face masks hold placards during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian consulate general, in Lviv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305148 10.08.2020 A protester wearing a face mask holds historical white-red-white flag of Belarus during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian consulate general, in Lviv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305146 10.08.2020 A protester has colors of Ukrainian and historical Belarusian flags painted on his cheeks during a rally against the results of Belarus' presidential election near Belarusian consulate general, in Lviv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6305243 10.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305244 10.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305246 10.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305232 10.08.2020 Protesters wearing face masks hold a protest action in the center of Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305215 10.08.2020 Protesters wearing face masks hold a protest action in the center of Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305248 10.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305214 10.08.2020 Protesters wearing face masks hold a protest action in the center of Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305233 10.08.2020 Protesters wearing face masks hold a protest action in the center of Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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6305235 10.08.2020 Belarusian law enforcement officers stand guard are pictured during a rally of opposition supporters following the presidential election in Minsk, Belarus. Long-time leader Lukashenko won the Belarus presidential elections by a landslide with about 80 percent of the votes. The opposition does not recognize the results questioning the transparency in the counting process. Viktor Tolochko / Sputnik

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