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More Than 2000 Demonstrators Belarus Have Now Been Released

The Belarusian regime has now released more than 2,000 protesters who had been arrested in protests against the re-election of dictator Lukashenko.


The Ministry of the Interior has reported the release.

It was announced Thursday night that all an estimated 6,700 protesters arrested after Sunday’s election would be released on Friday.

The rulers then simultaneously apologized for the arrests. The regime had already started releasing demonstrators on Thursday.

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