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Belarus President Lukashenko accepts rule may be lengthy

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko admits that he may have stayed in power โ€˜a bit too longโ€™, but has no intention of stepping down. Belarus Riots ๐Ÿ‘‰ http://trt.world/16zj UAE-Israel Deal ๐Ÿ‘‰ http://trt.world/1q52 #Belarus #Lukashenko #riots

Hundreds of protesters arrested across Belarus

Hundreds of protesters arrested across Belarus

Protesters take to streets calling Lukashenko win unfair

Protesters take to streets calling Lukashenko win unfair

More than 100,000 Belarusians take part in anti-govt rally

More than 100,000 Belarusians take part in anti-govt rally

More workers join strike in Belarus demanding Lukashenko step down

More workers join strike in Belarus demanding Lukashenko step down

Honey production in Gaza on the wane

Honey production in Gaza on the wane

State of emergency declared in Peru as teams struggle with clean-up

State of emergency declared in Peru as teams struggle with clean-up

New Yorkers worried over 'dangerous' subways

New Yorkers worried over 'dangerous' subways

Blinken and Lavrov hold 'frank' talks over growing Ukraine crisis

Blinken and Lavrov hold 'frank' talks over growing Ukraine crisis

Who is Nayib Bukele, the 'CEO of El Salvador'?

Who is Nayib Bukele, the 'CEO of El Salvador'?

Biden marks tough first year in White House

Biden marks tough first year in White House

Researchers: China's Olympics mobile app marred by security flaws

Researchers: China's Olympics mobile app marred by security flaws

Blinken says Russia is undermining Ukraine's sovereignity

Blinken says Russia is undermining Ukraine's sovereignity

Belgian court sentences migrant smuggling leader to 18 years

Belgian court sentences migrant smuggling leader to 18 years

British PM Johnson on edge despite pandemic good news

British PM Johnson on edge despite pandemic good news

Thousands of buildings in Iran deemed unsafe

Thousands of buildings in Iran deemed unsafe

People in US struggle to keep up with rising costs

People in US struggle to keep up with rising costs

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