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Belarusian Opposition Leader Freed --> Anatol Lyabedzka (file photo) ( July 27, 2006 -- Anatol Lyabedzka, the leader of the Belarusian opposition United Civic party, was released from a detention center in Minsk late July 26 after serving a 10-day prison sentence.

Lyabedzka was arrested on July 16 on his way to the Russian Embassy to take part in a demonstration against Moscow's support for President Alyaksandr Lukashenka.

Lyabedzka served another 10-day jail sentence in March for taking part in a demonstration against Lukashenka's reelection.

(Belapan, Interfax)

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