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Belarus: Two journalists sentenced to two years in prison for live reporting of protest

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Belarus: Two journalists sentenced to two years in prison for live reporting of protest

Belarus: Two journalists sentenced to two years in prison for live reporting of protest

Andreyeva and Chultsova join the ranks of journalists already prosecuted for their role in covering the ongoing political unrest in Belarus following the disputed presidential elections in August.


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