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The Belarusian authorities must stop the execution of a homeless man who was sentenced to death for murder earlier this week, Amnesty International says.
The authorities in Belarus must refrain from using excessive force against protestors, say Amnesty International.
Amnesty International has condemned the conviction of four Belarusian prisoners of conscience, over their involvement in post-election protests.
Amnesty has condemned the violent dispersal of a protest in the aftermath of the presidential election in Belarus, which was marred by irregularities
Christians in Europe have been urged to support human rights and religious freedom in Belarus, which is ruled by President Alexander Lukashenko, who some rights groups have described as one of the last hardline dictators in eastern Europe.
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