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Exclusive: Lukashenko regime ‘clearly’ at an end in Belarus, says Schäuble

The EU should do everything to avert violence in Belarus — but also make clear it is not trying to expand its zone of influence, the head of Germany's parliament, Wolfgang Schäuble, told DW in an exclusive interview.

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