Euronews 28 Aug 2020

EU agrees to impose sanctions on 20 senior Belarusian officials


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The European Union is going ahead with sanctions against 20 senior Belarusian officials over voter fraud and the crackdown on protesters.
President Alexander Lukashenko says he is prepared to retaliate by cutting off trade routes.
Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from Berlin.

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