Alexander Lukashenko won a landslide re-election victory as bloody clashes between riot police and thousands of protesters who said the poll was rigged took place
The capital, Minsk, with protesters chaotic shouting, cars honking after exit polls results thousand protesters gathered near a central monument in Minsk, where they faced off with hundreds of riot police carrying shields shot tear gas water canons and Grenade.
Protests have erupted in several cities in Belarus after a presidential vote that the opposition says was rigged. Belarusian police and protesters clash in the capital Minsk, with law enforcement using stun grenades after a presidential vote that the opposition says was rigged.
An exit poll showed long-time ruler Alexander Lukashenko was on path to claim a sixth consecutive term.
Mass protests broke out in major cities across Belarus on Sunday night as authorities said long-time President Alexander Lukashenko was on course to secure a sixth consecutive term following an election that the opposition said was rigged