Belarusian exiles fear they could be targeted next after Raman Protasevich detained

Belarusian critics of Alexander Lukashenko who have fled to neighbouring countries have come to the terrifying conclusion that nowhere is safe for them and the authoritarian ruler will stop at little to get to them.Nine months into her exile, opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya saw how he brazenly defied international law to force a commercial plane to land in Minsk and arrest Raman Protasevich, a reporter despised by the regime who like her had sought refuge in Lithuania.“Exactly one…

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