Protest Leader Charged as Belarus’ President Disparages Unrest as a U.S. Plot – Reports

Protest Leader Charged  as Belarus’ President Disparages Unrest as a U.S. Plot

MOSCOW — Belarus’ authoritarian leader on Wednesday sought to disparage protesters demanding his resignation for a sixth straight week following a disputed election by accusing the United States of fomenting the unrest.

In a long speech to top officials, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko ranted against the alleged U.S.-led plan to destabilize the country and claimed that American allies in Europe have participated in the effort that took years to prepare, part of his attempts to…

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