Unrest continues in Belarus as thousands call for the resignation of President Lukashenko

Unrst continued in Belarus yesterday as thousands continue to protest asking for the resignation of long term ruler, President Alexander Lukashenko.

President Lukashenko who has been in power since 1994 was re-elected last month in an election that was widely believed to be rigged. Since then Belarus has been thrown into unrest.

As ript police continue to brutally suppress peaceful marches, human rights activists and opposition members continue to flee the country after been threatened.

At least four people have been killed and hundreds injured since the protest began. President Alexander continues to accuse Western nations of interference

Kevin Ifedayo

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