There is the recent outbreak of street fighting in Minsk between protesters and police after the presidential elections in Belarus.
Police used chokgranater against demonstrators who shouted that the vote count was fraud, say eyewitnesses and local media reports.
It writes Reuters and the French news agency AFP with reference to the 'reports' from the belarusian capital.
An official valgstedsmåling shows a great victory for the Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko.
Police in Minsk have blocked several streets. Photo: Sergei Gapon/Ritzau Scanpix
the Streets of the capital are filled with thousands of citizens, where all are not equally excited for Aleksandr mr lukashenko's competitor victory. He has been president of Belarus for several decades, and is described as Europe's last dictator.
Police and demonstrators clashing in the street, where police blocked several streets and at least ten persons are detained.
According to Reuters, a man has been thrown out by a politivogn. He / she was lying lifeless on the street.
the Government's announcement says that no protesters have been injured.