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Belarusian journalist Katsiaryna Barysevich smiles as she attends a court hearing in Minsk, Belarus, Friday, Feb. 19, 2021. Barysevich is accused of revealing personal data in her report on the death of a protester, part of the Belarusian authorities to stifle independent media reports about protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. (Ramil Nasibulin/BelTA pool photo via AP)

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Belarusian journalist Katsiaryna Barysevich, right, and Dr. Artom Sorokin attend a court hearing in Minsk, Belarus, Friday, Feb. 19, 2021. Barysevich is accused of revealing personal data in her report on the death of a protester, part of the Belarusian authorities to stifle independent media reports about protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko.Amnesty International has declared Barysevich and Sorokin prisoners of conscience. (Ramil Nasibulin/BelTA pool photo via AP)

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Belarusian journalist Katsiaryna Barysevich, right, and Dr. Artom Sorokin attend a court hearing in Minsk, Belarus, Friday, Feb. 19, 2021. Barysevich is accused of revealing personal data in her report on the death of a protester, part of the Belarusian authorities to stifle independent media reports about protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Amnesty International has declared Barysevich and Sorokin prisoners of conscience. (Ramil Nasibulin/BelTA pool photo via AP)

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Belarusian Dr. Artom Sorokin attends a court hearing in Minsk, Belarus, Friday, Feb. 19, 2021. Belarus journalist Katsiaryna Barysevich is accused of revealing personal data in her report on the death of a protester, part of the Belarusian authorities to stifle independent media reports about protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Amnesty International has declared Barysevich and Sorokin prisoners of conscience. (Ramil Nasibulin/BelTA pool photo via AP)

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Katerina Borisevich, a journalist for the independent Tut.by news website enters a court room during a trial in Minsk on February 19, 2021. - A Belarusian journalist and a doctor went on trial in Minsk on February 19 accused of disclosing medical records of a protester who died following police custody amid a crackdown on opposition. (Photo by Ramil Nasibulin / BELTA / AFP) / Belarus OUT / BELARUS_OUT

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Artyom Sorokin, a medicine doctor, who is accused of releasing the protester's medical information to the media walks along a corridor to attend a trial in Minsk on February 19, 2021. - A Belarusian journalist and a doctor went on trial in Minsk on February 19 accused of disclosing medical records of a protester who died following police custody amid a crackdown on opposition. (Photo by Ramil Nasibulin / BELTA / AFP) / Belarus OUT / BELARUS_OUT

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Artyom Sorokin, a medicine doctor, who is accused of releasing the protester's medical information to the media sits inside a defendant's cage during a trial in Minsk on February 19, 2021. - A Belarusian journalist and a doctor went on trial in Minsk on February 19 accused of disclosing medical records of a protester who died following police custody amid a crackdown on opposition. (Photo by Ramil Nasibulin / BELTA / AFP) / Belarus OUT / BELARUS_OUT

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Katerina Borisevich (R), a journalist for the independent Tut.by news website and Artyom Sorokin (L, bacground), a medicine doctor, who is accused of releasing the protester's medical information to the media sit inside a defendant's cage during a trial in Minsk on February 19, 2021. - A Belarusian journalist and a doctor went on trial in Minsk on February 19 accused of disclosing medical records of a protester who died following police custody amid a crackdown on opposition. (Photo by Ramil Nasibulin / BELTA / AFP) / Belarus OUT / BELARUS_OUT

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Katerina Borisevich, a journalist for the independent Tut.by news website sits inside a defendant's cage during a trial in Minsk on February 19, 2021. - A Belarusian journalist and a doctor went on trial in Minsk on February 19 accused of disclosing medical records of a protester who died following police custody amid a crackdown on opposition. (Photo by Ramil Nasibulin / BELTA / AFP) / Belarus OUT / BELARUS_OUT

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Katerina Borisevich (R), a journalist for the independent Tut.by news website and Artyom Sorokin (L), a medicine doctor, who is accused of releasing the protester's medical information to the media sit inside a defendant's cage during a trial in Minsk on February 19, 2021. - A Belarusian journalist and a doctor went on trial in Minsk on February 19 accused of disclosing medical records of a protester who died following police custody amid a crackdown on opposition. (Photo by Ramil Nasibulin / BELTA / AFP) / Belarus OUT / BELARUS_OUT