Minsk — Workers across Belarus went on strike and joined mass protests against long-time ruler Alexander Lukashenko, who was met with jeers and calls to resign when he visited a factory in the capital, Minsk, on Monday.

Lukashenko insisted he would not step down and instead proposed changes to the constitution, a theme he has raised repeatedly in the past without making progress...

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