Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei Foreign dismissed Western countries' protest crackdown complaints as "nothing but attempts to bring chaos and anarchy" to Belarus.
Belarusian security forces detained dozens of protesters as crowds rallied in central Minsk accusing President Lukashenko of rigging last month's election.
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The 18-year-old said he wanted to avenge the republication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed by the satirical weekly, which in January 2015 was targeted in a massacre carried out by gunmen.
A military transport plane carrying air force cadets crashed and burst into flames near a highway in northeastern Ukraine.
The crash happened around 2 kilometres from the Chuhuiv military air base, emergency services said, while the cause remains unknown.
The lawyer, Lyudmila Kazak was defending Maria Kolesnikova, a key member of a council Belarus’ political opposition set up to push for a new presidential election.
"So let's meet, let's talk and let's seek a mutually acceptable solution. Let's give diplomacy a chance," Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has said.
A suspect was arrested after a knife attack took place near the former office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a police source said.
Italian cardinal Angelo Becciu, who has been linked to a real estate scandal, resigned suddenly in one of the most mysterious episodes to hit the Holy See in years.
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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts promised to change after contenders for the 2020 awards were announced last January.
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