Protests continued in Belarus for the second night over disputed election results
- On Monday, for the second night in a row, police in
Belarusfired rubber bullets, tear gas, and stun grenades at protestors, the BBC reported.
protestscome after the country's disputed election results.
- One person has died, and hundreds have been injured, Axios reported.
Police in Belarus fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and stun grenades at protestors for a second night following the country's disputed election results.
The BBC added that some protesters threw Molotov cocktails and tried to create barricades.
Business Insider previously reported that protests erupted on Sunday night after the Alexander Lukashenko, claimed 80% of the vote in an election that the public viewed as rigged.
Lukashenko has ruled over the country for 26 years and would have won his sixth election. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who ran against Lukashenko garnered 20% of the vote.
On Saturday, Tikhanovskaya went into hiding over concerns about her safety, CNN reported.
"No matter how much we asked authorities not to turn on their own people, we were not listened to," Tikhanovskaya, said according to the BBC.
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