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GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet on Wednesday condemned the use of violence by Belarusian authorities to peaceful protests after President Alexander Lukashenko claimed a landslide victory in Sunday's election.
MINSK/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Protest groups in Belarus are trying to use limited access to the Telegram messaging service to coordinate anti-government action, but say an internet shutdown they blame on the authorities has been effective in slowing them down.
MINSK (Reuters) - Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanouskaya said on Tuesday she had fled abroad for the sake of her children after strongman leader Alexander Lukashenko's claim of victory in Sunday's presidential election prompted bloody street protests.
MINSK (Reuters) - Belarusian police fired tear gas at protesters in Minsk on Monday after the opposition accused President Alexander Lukashenko of rigging his re-election victory, a Reuters witness said.
MINSK (Reuters) - Belarus is navigating one of the biggest political crises in its post-Soviet history after the opposition rejected official election results handing President Alexander Lukashenko a landslide re-election victory.
MANILA, Aug 10 (Xinhua): The death toll in the running gun battle between government security forces and suspected communist rebels in northern Philippines since Saturday climbed to six, the military said on Sunday (Aug 9).
MINSK (Reuters) - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko won re-election with 80% of the vote at the country's presidential election, the Central Election Commission cited preliminary results as saying on Monday.
MINSK (Reuters) - At least one person died as Belarusian police clashed with protesters on Monday after the opposition accused President Alexander Lukashenko of rigging his re-election victory amid a chorus of criticism from Western leaders.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Several ambulances were seen rushing to the scene of protests that erupted in central Minsk after Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko was set to claim another election win on Sunday, the Interfax news agency reported.
MINSK (Reuters) - Belarus police fired water cannons, tear gas and stun grenades in a crackdown on protests that erupted on Sunday as President Alexander Lukashenko was set to claim another election win in the face of the biggest challenge in years to his grip on power.