Belarusian activists around Europe took to the streets in solidarity with protesters in Minsk four times because of the nation’s presidential election outcome.
Countless have rallied in Minsk and dozens of other towns later Alexander Lukashenko won re-election having an improbable 80.23percent of their vote, extending his 26-year rule from the nation.
His principal competitor, Svetlana Tikhanovskayam has since gone into hiding and tens of thousands of others are detained.
Meanwhile, the authorities in Belarus have used batons, stun grenades, tear gas and rubber bullets to break up protests.
Founded in Europe, Belarusians and their assistants have taken part in rallies denouncing the consequence of the election.