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04 December 2020

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Deteriorating situation in Belarus prompts criticism from UN rights chief (6)
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko chairs a meeting at a Strategic Management Centre of the Defense Ministry in Minsk, Belarus August 15, 2020. (Reuters) The Associated Press, Geneva Friday 04 December 2020 The United Nations' human rights chief lamented a deteriorating situation in Belarus and said Friday that reported beatings of protesters by security forces may in some cases amount to torture.
UN rights chief laments worsening situation in Belarus (5)
The United Nations' human rights chief is lamenting a deteriorating situation in Belarus and says that reported beatings of protesters by security forces may in some cases amount to torture ByThe Associated Press December 4, 2020, 11:55 AM GENEVA - The United Nations' human rights chief lamented a deteriorating situation in Belarus and said Friday that reported beatings of protesters by security forces may in some cases amount to torture.
04.12.2020 - Big Brother Watches Your Back: Latvia Purges ‘Wrong Points Of View' In Its Media Sphere (7)
ILLUSTRATIVE IMAGE In Latvia, journalists who cooperated with the Russian-state operated international media group Rossiya Segodnya were detained. They even had criminal charges brought up against them. Latvian media reported that police searched the homes of several journalists working with Russian-language news website Baltnews, which is part of the same media group as Sputnik.
Belarus raises alarm about US, NATO military build-up in region (1)
Thursday, 03 December 2020 11:11 AM Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko says military build-ups by the United States and NATO near the western borders of his country, Russia, and a number of other states in the region is cause for "serious concern." "Once again, the world is on the brink of an unbridled arms race.
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