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Belarusian volunteers join Ukraine's foreign legion as the war passes the three-month mark [Video]

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Belarusian fighters have answered President Zelenskyy's call for foreign fighters to join Ukraine's resistance - united against the alliance between Presidents Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin.

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