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Belarus Police Use Water Cannon in Minsk, Detain Protesters
Tens of thousands continue to rally in Minsk against President Alexander Lukashenko's contested election victory, almost two months ago.
Tens of Thousands Protest in Belarus Capital Against Lukashenko
Protests set to enter seventh week following disputed election.
Putin, Lukashenko Awarded ‘Ig Nobel Prize’ for Coronavirus Response
Organizers said the two showed that “politicians can have a more immediate effect on life and death than scientists and doctors.”
the new kid
Protest-Plagued Belarus Strongman Transfers Son to Moscow School – Reports
“Lukashenko’s services ... concluded that Kolya will be very uncomfortable” at school in Belarus, one academic said.
‘Harsh Times Ahead’: Russia’s Emergency Loan to Belarus Changes Little for Embattled Lukashenko
The $1.5 billion will largely go towards refinancing Russian, and is only a fraction of what Belarus needs to avoid a living standards crash.
Can Moscow Manage a Power Transition in Belarus?
Lukashenko's loss of legitimacy has become problematic for the Kremlin — but can it manage Minsk's leadership change?
Close like brothers
Putin, Lukashenko To Talk 'Integration' Amid Belarus Protests
The leaders will discuss plans to further integrate their countries in Russia's Black Sea resort of Sochi.
moment of self-awareness
Belarus Leader Admits to Staying ‘Too Long’ in Power in Russian State TV Interview
“I’ve built up Belarus for a quarter-century, I won’t just give it up,” Lukashenko said.
Lukashenko Says 'Intercepted Call' Shows Germany ‘Falsified’ Navalny Poisoning Claims
The Kremlin said it was not yet in possession of the materials that led Lukashenko to his conclusion.
Belarus Detains Opposition Campaign Manager Before Tense Presidential Ballot
President Alexander Lukashenko is facing perhaps the biggest challenge to his power since he became leader in 1994.
Artyom Shraibman for Carnegie
Embattled Lukashenko Loses Friends in East and West
Instead of its status as a peacekeeper between East and West, Belarus may soon find that it lacks a good relationship with either side.
Belarus Buys Oil from Norway as Russia Dispute Continues
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko said he wants to halve Belarus’ reliance on Russian energy.
Opposition Wins no Seats in Belarus Election as Lukashenko Vows to Stay Put
"I have promised that I would not hang on to this seat until my fingers turn blue," Lukashenko said.
Steps to unity
Russia, Belarus to Form Economic ‘Confederacy’ by 2022 – Kommersant
“The partial economic integration is on a level no less than in the European Union,” the newspaper wrote after seeing the plan of action.
On the fence
Belarus Leader Seeks Better Ties With West Despite Russian 'Hysterics'
Belarus will seek better ties with the West even though this provokes "hysterics" from its traditional ally Russia, long-serving President Alexander Lukashenko...
Putin's Retirement Plan Depends on Belarus
To retain power, he is positioning himself as the leader of a closer union between Russia and its dependent neighbor.
Lukashenko to Russia: We’ll Bring Back Border Controls if You Do
Belarus threatened the move after Moscow imposed border checks.
Welcome Back to the Belarusian Good Old Bad Old Days
Despite a rare act of conciliation by President Lukashenko, protests across Belarus continue, and the police are done playing nice.
Brother Ukraine is Fighting for Its Independence - Belarus President
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said that "fraternal Ukraine" is fighting for its independence at a meeting with scientists and science teachers...
Lukashenko Gives Steven Seagal the Carrot Treatment During Belarus Visit
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko flaunted his country's agricultural output during a recent visit from American actor Steven Seagal.
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