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(en) Turkey, yeryuzu postasi: Police attack women's protest in Belarus: hundreds of people detained (tr) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 27 Sep 2020 09:40:55 +0300


Police in Belarus attacked a women's protest on Saturday, detaining hundreds of women activists. Among those detained is Nina Baginskaya, 73, who has become a symbol of the demonstrations. ---- According to the report of Euronews, Nina Baginskaya, who faced the police during the rally organized by women and attended by more than 2,000 people on Saturday, was detained for not being pulled from the front of the police vehicle. Baginskaya, who was taken to the police vehicle and reacted strongly to the police, was released after a short while. Baginskaya has been at the forefront of the protests since the beginning. ---- Human rights organizations announced that the police detained nearly 400 female demonstrators.

The demonstrations, which started after the announcement that President Lukashenko, who has ruled the country for 26 years, won the elections held on August 9, has been continuing for more than a month. While the demonstrations intensified on the weekends, Lukashenko, who recently went to Russia and met with Putin, does not seem to intend to leave the power.

https://www.yeryuzupostasi.org/2020/09/20/belarusta-kadinlarin-eylemine-polis-saldirdi-yuzlerce-kisi-gozaltina-alindi/
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