THE GUARDIAN/For the past two weeks, Minsk has been a red and white city. On Saturday afternoon, in the latest in a long series of protests against Alexander Lukashenko’s regime, more than 2,000 women gathered outside a central market, again displaying the familiar colour scheme.

Some wore white dresses with red belts, a few brought white dogs with red ribbons tied on them, and many waved the white-red historical Belarusian flag that has become the symbol of protest over the past fortnight.

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