It’s been nearly a year since the man known as Europe’s last dictator, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko, was declared victor in an election widely-denounced as a fraud. The woman leading his opposition, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, is in Washington this week meeting with top U.S. officials. Amna Nawaz reports on her visit and speaks with her about her political plans and hopes for the future.
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