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Protesters try to prevent police from detaining a demonstrator, center, during a rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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Protesters try to prevent police from detaining a demonstrator, center, during a rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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A policeman in civilian dress, left detains a woman during a rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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Women, one of them with her child, speak to police officers during a rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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Belarusian medical workers gesture during a rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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Belarusian medical workers gesture during a rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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A woman gestures during a rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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Police block protesters during a rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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Belarusian medical workers, one one of them with a poster reads "Freedom for Masha (Kolesnikova)", rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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A Belarusian medical worker holds a poster reads "Fascism will not pass" during a rally in support of Maria Kolesnikova, and other members of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members, in Minsk, Belarus, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. The leading opposition candidate in Belarus' disputed presidential election said Wednesday that the political tension in her country should be solved internally, by the Belarusian people, but she did not exclude the need for future international mediation. (AP Photo)

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6328395 09.09.2020 Servicemen stand guard at a rally in support of jailed member of opposition coordination council Maria Kolesnikova in Minsk, Belarus. Maria Kolesnikova was detained and arrested on the border of Ukraine and Belarus on suspicion of attempting a coup. Alexey Maishev / Sputnik

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6328384 09.09.2020 A girl takes part in a rally to support jailed member of opposition coordination council Maria Kolesnikova in Minsk, Belarus. Maria Kolesnikova was detained and arrested on the border of Ukraine and Belarus on suspicion of attempting a coup. Alexey Maishev / Sputnik

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6328365 09.09.2020 Protesters are being detained during a rally to support jailed member of opposition coordination council Maria Kolesnikova in Minsk, Belarus. Maria Kolesnikova was detained and arrested on the border of Ukraine and Belarus on suspicion of attempting a coup. Alexey Maishev / Sputnik

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6328368 09.09.2020 Protesters take part in a rally to support jailed member of opposition coordination council Maria Kolesnikova in Minsk, Belarus. Maria Kolesnikova was detained and arrested on the border of Ukraine and Belarus on suspicion of attempting a coup. Alexey Maishev / Sputnik

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6328364 09.09.2020 Protesters are being detained during a rally to support jailed member of opposition coordination council Maria Kolesnikova in Minsk, Belarus. Maria Kolesnikova was detained and arrested on the border of Ukraine and Belarus on suspicion of attempting a coup. Alexey Maishev / Sputnik

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6328357 09.09.2020 A protester is being detained during a rally to support jailed member of opposition coordination council Maria Kolesnikova in Minsk, Belarus. Maria Kolesnikova was detained and arrested on the border of Ukraine and Belarus on suspicion of attempting a coup. Alexey Maishev / Sputnik

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TOPSHOT - Law enforcement officers detain participants of a rally to support detained opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova in Minsk on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to forcibly expel leading opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova from the country but she tore up her passport in defiance and jumped out a car window to stay, her allies said on September 8, 2020. Kolesnikova, one of the last of the figures leading mass protests against President Alexander Lukashenko who is still in the country, was detained at the border early on Tuesday after going missing in Monday. (Photo by - / TUT.BY / AFP)

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