About 2,000 opposition activists have marched through the Belarusian capital to condemn Russia's policy and express solidarity with Ukraine.
The demonstrators carried a placard reading "Russia is War," a reference to Moscow's support for a separatist insurgency in eastern Ukraine. Wednesday's rally in Minsk was approved by the authorities and police didn't intervene.
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