Belarus opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova ‘tears up passport, jumps out of car’ to avoid expulsion

Authorities in Belarus tried to forcibly expel leading opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova from the country, but she tore up her passport in defiance and jumped out a car window to stay, her allies said Tuesday.Kolesnikova, one of the last of the figures still in the country leading mass protests against President Alexander Lukashenko, was detained at the border early Tuesday after going missing Monday.Border officials said she had been trying to flee the country but two colleagues with her who…

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