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Belarus opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova 'snatched from street' in Minsk | Belarus

Unidentified masked men snatched the leading Belarusian opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova from the street in the centre of the capital, Minsk, on Monday and drove her away in a minivan, witnesses told local media.
Kolesnikova was one of the campaign partners of the opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who claimed victory against the long-ruling president, Alexander Lukashenko, in disputed elections on 9 August.
Kolesnikova was reportedly seized soon after 10am local time while walking close to Minsks national art museum. Three other members of the opposition coordination council have also vanished, in what appears to be a targeted attempt by the authorities to wipe out the protest movement.
Kolesnikova is the most prominent political figure still inside Belarus.
Lukashenkos victory in a poll widely seen as rigged has sparked mass protests. On Sunday, more than 100,000 people marched on the presidents residence, calling on him to quit. Riot police wearing balaclavas arrested 633 people. Gangs of pro-government thugs beat up protesters on their way home.


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Voice of America - English: Don't Ignore North Korea Human Rights, UN Says

Negotiations with North Korea have been stalled for months, but if and when they resume, the United States and South Korea should ensure the talks incorporate concerns about North Korean human rights abuses, the United Nations human rights office in Seoul said Tuesday.
Activist groups have long complained that human rights were not discussed during the 2018-19 North Korea talks, which focused on eliminating North Korea's nuclear weapons and improving Pyongyangs relations with Washington and Seoul.
"Human rights issues have so far not been part of this process, and the voices of the people of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, including women, have been absent," said a report published Tuesday by the U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Seoul.
The paper, presented at the South Korean government-hosted Korea Global Forum for Peace, said Seoul and Washington should integrate human rights into the peace and denuclearization talks and promote a participatory and inclusive peace process" by involving escapees living outside North Korea.
Escapee complaints
The report was based on interviews with 63 people who recently left North Korea, mostly in 2018 and 2019. Many expressed concerns that Pyongyangs rights abuses have been ignored.
This is a disappointment to escapees living in South Korea because, in the past, both the United States and South Korea raised North Koreas human rights issues but, with the start of the summits, the human rights agenda has disappeared, lamented one escapee quoted in the report.
Since the start of 2018, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has met three times with U.S. President Donald Trump and conducted three summits with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. North Korea eventually walked away from the talks, after the United States refused to relax sanctions and provide security guarantees.
Some members of the Trump administration have raised concerns about North Korean human rights abuses. But Trump himself rarely mentions the issue.


(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 30, 2019, North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un (L) and US President Donald Trump shake
FILE - North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un (L) and US President Donald Trump shake hands during a meeting on the south side of the Military Demarcation Line that divides North and South Korea.
Rationale
South Koreas left-leaning government also shies away from criticizing North Korean human rights abuses. Instead, Seoul prefers to focus on expanding ties with Pyongyang, hoping that will someday lead to a unified Korea that would respect human rights. A more aggressive approach, they argue, not only prevents reunification but also could lead to hostilities.
We cannot be too competitive in discussing this human rights issue," said Kyung-ok Do, a research fellow at the Seoul-based Korea Institute for National Unification. "That willignite resistance on the North Korean side and put us even further away from peace and the protection of human rights."
North Korea consistently ranks at or near the very bottom of most global human rights rankings, but often becomes enraged when other countries or international bodies mention its rights violations.
Earlier this year, North Korea lashed out at defector activists in South Korea who often float anti-Pyongyang leaflets and other materials into North Korea. At one point, North Korea demolished its de facto embassy with the South, citing the leaflets as a pretext.
South Korea  crackdown
South Korea responded by carrying out a wide-ranging crackdown on North Korea-focused rights groups, including many run by defectors. Many of the NGOs have said the crackdown risks stifling the entire North Korean human rights movement in South Korea.
Officials with the U.N. Human Rights Office in Seoul have criticized Seouls NGO moves, saying it is important to continue highlighting the concerns of North Korean escapees.
Among the urgent human rights issues to be addressed, according to the escapees mentioned in the U.N.s latest report: discrimination based on family background, torture and ill-treatment, sexual abuse, inhumane conditions in prisons and detention facilities, and the existence of political prisons.
I strongly suggest that discussions on human rights issues take place, said one escapee quoted in the report. Without human rights issues discussed, no other issues can be properly addressed.




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Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Heres todays news. 
LOUIS DEJOY: ALLEGED CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTION REIMBURSEMENTS
House Democrats are opening an investigation of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, a major donor to President Trump and fund-raiser for the Republican Party, and called for his immediate suspension following accusations that he reimbursed employees for campaign donations they made to his preferred political candidates, an arrangement that would be unlawful. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) said in a statement late yesterday that the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, which she chairs, would start an inquiry, saying that DeJoy may have lied to her committee under oath. Maloney also urged the Board of Governors of the U.S. Postal Service to immediately suspend DeJoy. Amy Gardner reports for the Washington Post.
A New York Times review of campaign finance records reveals that over a dozen management-level employees at New Breed, DeJoys former company, would regularly donate to the same candidate on the same day, often signing checks for an identical sum of money. One day in October 2014, for example, 20 midlevel and senior officials at the firm contributed a total of $37,600 to the campaign of Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) who was running to unseat a Democratic incumbent. Each official wrote a check for either $2,600, the maximum permitted donation, or $1,000. Catie Edmondson, Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Luke Broadwater report for the New York Times.
The allegations against DeJoy appear to break three federal laws, all of them serious, according to campaign finance experts, in addition to campaign finance laws in North Carolina, which is where New Breed was headquartered, Amber Phillips writes in an analysis for the Washington Post. 
US GENERAL ELECTION
President Trump suggested yesterday that China is interfering in the 2020 election and seeking to hurt his reelection bid by inciting race protests, sharing an article on Twitter penned by a columnist whose claims do not align with the U.S. intelligence communitys assessment of Beijings efforts so far. These comments from Trump, and similar claims that have been made by many of his appointees, seek to achieve the same aim: hyping up the theory that China is meddling to get Biden elected, while downplaying substantiated reports that Russia is attempting to help Trump win again, like it did in 2016. Zachary Cohen reports for CNN.
An important piece about the prospects for US electoral violence and how to preserve democracy and prevent a constitutional crisis, was written by Rosa Brooks, co-founder of the Transition Integrity Project, for the Washington Post.
A state-by-state guide for voting by mail and voting in person is provided by NBC News.
PROTESTS AND RACIAL JUSTICE REFORM
Several naked, or near-naked, protesters gathered yesterday in downtown Rochester, in upstate New York, wearing spit hoods over their head in a reference to the killing of Daniel Prude, a Black man who died there in March days after police placed a mesh hood over his head as he knelt naked and restrained on the street. The six demonstrators, some with Black Lives Matter written on their backs, sat silently with their hands behind them, on a rain-slicked street outside the citys police headquarters. Reuters reporting.
The mayor of Rochester, N.Y., is pledging changes to the citys police department after five nights of protests over the death of Daniel Prude after his arrest in March. At a news conference on Sunday, Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren promised to reform how the city and its police respond to mental health crises including transferring some services out of the police department. Sarah McCammon reports for NPR.
US DEVELOPMENTS
President Trump, under fire for alleged remarks about veterans, has a long track record of disparaging military service, and many of his comments are memorialized in television interviews and the recordings of radio conversations with shock jocks, dating to his years as a private citizen and businessman. The president and his aides are vehemently denying a report in the Atlantic in which the president is quoted vilifying U.S. soldiers, including calling those killed in combat losers. Michael Kranish reports for the Washington Post.
Trump has long been dissatisfied with Defense Secretary Mark Esper, and White House officials have spoken to Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie about taking the top Pentagon job should Trump decide to fire Esper, three senior administration officials said. Two senior administration officials said Trump discussed the post directly with Wilkie at the White House last month; two other senior administration officials said Wilkie had senior-level conversations with the White House about becoming Trumps next defense secretary. Carol E. Lee and Courtney Kube report for NBC News. 
White supremacists pose the gravest terror threat to the United States, according to a draft report from the Department of Homeland Security. Two later draft versions of the same document all of which were reviewed by POLITICO detail the threat from white supremacists in slightly different language. But all three drafts characterize the threat from white supremacists as the deadliest domestic terror threat facing the U.S., listed above the immediate danger from foreign terrorist groups. Betsy Woodruff Swan reports for POLITICO.
A former senior F.B.I. agent at the center of the inquiries into Hillary Clintons email server and the Trump campaigns links to Russia defends the handling of the probes and declares President Trump a national security threat in a new memoir, while conceding that the bureau made mistakes that upended the 2016 presidential election. Peter Strzok who was removed from the special counsels team and later fired over several anti-Trump texts hed sent, has mostly kept quiet as the president and his supporters have derogated him; however his new book, Compromised, is released publicly today. Adam Goldman reports for the New York Times.
Joe Dunford, former chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, participated in a wide ranging interview with the Boston Globe to offer his perspective on some of the most critical national security challenges facing the United States including the challenges facing the military, the US role in a changing geopolitical landscape, and the increasing military threat posed by China and Russia. Brian MacQuarrie reports for the Boston Globe.
In a new book being published today, Michael Cohen says Trump admires ruthless dictators and openly mocks the working-class Americans he has tricked into supporting him. Cohen, the presidents former personal attorney, wrote  Disloyal: A Memoir during his jail term for Trump campaign finance violations. Ken Dilanian reports for NBC News.
The UK AND BREXIT
The UK is working on new legislation that will override major parts of the Brexit withdrawal treaty, risking the collapse of trade negotiations with Brussels. Sections of the internal market bill due to be publicly released tomorrow are expected to eliminate the legal force of parts of the withdrawal agreement in areas including state aid and Northern Ireland customs, according to three people with knowledge of the plans. The move would clearly and consciously subvert the agreement on Northern Ireland that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson signed last October to avoid a return to a hard border in the region, one person familiar with the plans said. Peter Foster, Sebastian Payne and Jim Brunsden report for the Financial Times. 
The head of the UK governments legal department has quit over Boris Johnsons proposal to override the Brexit divorce deal with the European Union. Jonathan Jones is the sixth senior Whitehall official to resign this year, amid rising tensions between the prime minister and employees at the top of the civil service. Sebastian Payne, George Parker, Peter Foster, and Jim Pickard report for the Financial Times. 
Boris Johnson privately told American diplomats that President Trump was making America great again, according to leaked meeting notes. The notes, taken during high-level UK-US meetings, also show that Trump pushed back on former British Prime Minister Theresa Mays plea for solidarity from Trump over the 2018 Skripal chemical attack. Ben Riley-Smith reports for The Telegraph.
CORONAVIRUS
India yesterday surpassed Brazil to become the country with the second-highest number of coronavirus cases in the world, behind only the United States. India added 90,802 cases in the last 24 hours, bringing its total past 4.2 million. Only the United States, with 6.2 million cases, has documented more. Joanna Slater and Niha Masih report for the Washington Post.
Chinese intelligence hackers pursuing coronavirus vaccine research conducted digital reconnaissance on the University of North Carolina and other schools carrying out cutting-edge research. Russias premier intelligence service, the S.V.R., targeted vaccine research networks in the United States, Canada and Britain, espionage efforts that were first discovered by a British spy agency monitoring international fiber optic cables. Iran, too, has drastically ramped up its efforts to steal information about vaccine research, and the United States has increased its own attempts to track the espionage of its adversaries and bolster its defenses. Julian E. Barnes and Michael Venutolo-Mantovani report for the New York Times.
Across America, states and cities have made various fiscal maneuvers to stay solvent and are planning more in case Congress cannot agree on an aid package after the August recess. Local officials are cutting funding for everything from education and health care to orchestra subsidies. Mary Williams Walsh reports for the New York Times.
A map and analysis of all confirmed cases of the virus in the US is available at the New York Times.
US and worldwide maps tracking the spread of the pandemic are available at the Washington Post.
A state-by-state guide to lockdown measures and reopenings is provided by the New York Times.
Latest updates on the pandemic at The Guardian. 
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS 
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is fighting to avoid extradition to the US from Britain, failed yesterday in a bid to adjourn until January hearings that resumed after months of delay caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Assange faces up to 175 years in prison on espionage charges. Reuters reporting.
Saudi Arabia has issued final verdicts against eight suspects in the murder of Washington Post journalist and Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi in October 2018 sentencing them to prison terms between seven and 20 years, according to a statement by a public prosecutor spokesperson carried by the Saudi state-run news agency. The statement did not name the defendants, but they were all thought to be members of a 15-man hit squad that traveled to Turkey from Saudi Arabia in October 2018 before killing and dismembering Khashoggi, a prominent critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. The rulings came after a trial that was closed to the public and the news media and that was condemned by human rights groups as lacking transparency. Kareem Fahim reports for the Washington Post.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been taken out of his medically  induced coma, doctors in Germany said yesterday, after the prominent Kremlin critic fell ill from poison on Aug. 20 during a flight from Siberia to Moscow. Matthew S. Schwartz reports for NPR.
President Trump and US Ambassador Richard Grenell essentially restated existing Kosovo-Serbia pledges and promoted them as a big new agreement, Majda Ruge writes in the E.U. edition of POLITICO, commenting, the main purpose of last Fridays deal was not to advance dialogue but to advance Trumps reelection campaign. Although Grenell claimed that the U.S. had come up with something new and creative, most of the agreements already exist within the framework of the EU negotiations and Berlin process, or as independent initiatives including infrastructure projects, regional cooperation, border crossing points, the recognition of diplomas and missing persons and IDPs.
A Belarus opposition leader has reportedly been detained at the Belarusian-Ukrainian border the day after her disappearance. Witnesses say Maria Kolesnikova yesterday was seized in central Minsk and bundled into a minibus. BBC News reporting.
The Philippine president has pardoned a US Marine in an unexpected move that will free him from imprisonment for the 2014 killing of a transgender Filipino woman that sparked uproar in the former American colony. Teodoro Locsin Jr, the Philippine foreign secretary, said in a Twitter post that Rodrigo Duterte had granted an absolute pardon to L/Cpl Joseph Scott Pemberton to do justice, but did not give further details. A leftwing human rights group, Karapatan, immediately criticized the pardon as a despicable and shameless mockery of justice and servility to US imperialist interests. AP reporting.
A US soldier was wounded in Somalia yesterday when al-Shabaab attacked US and Somali forces, according to the U.S. military. Al-Shabaab attacked the forces using a vehicle employed as an improvised explosive device and mortar fire, US Africa Command said in a statement. The wounded service member is in stable condition and is receiving treatment for injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening. The U.S. military also said three other Somali soldiers were injured and an al-Shabab extremist was killed during the attack. Barbara Starr and Ryan Browne report for CNN.
Greece said it will bolster its military with new arms, troops, and the development of its defense industry as a tense standoff with neighboring Turkey has triggered concerns of open conflict between the two NATO allies. Al Jazeera reporting.
China is launching its own initiative to set global standards on data security, responding to US efforts to persuade like-minded countries to ringfence their networks from Chinese technology. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi announced the initiative today at a Beijing seminar on global digital governance, pointing to growing risks to data security and what he described as attempts to politicize security issues and smear rival countries on technology matters in an apparent jab at Washington. Chun Han Wong reports for The Wall Street Journal.
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We take all soldiers who have IVAS and turn them into a sensor collecting data to share with a greater network. The screen can chart a path and tell you where a reported adversary is. You can see through heat and augment existing light, Gen. Joseph Martin, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, told an audience during an event at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. 

Imagine this land-war scenario: An enemy fighter is several hundred yards away, another is attacking from one mile while yet third fires from a nearby room in a close-quarters urban warfare circumstance, when U.S. Army soldiers apprehend, integrate, and quickly map the locations of multiple targets at once in 3D, all while knowing the range and distance of the enemy forces.
How could something like this be possible, one might wonder, given the nuances in perspective, range, navigational circumstances and the limitations of a human eye?
These complexities form the conceptual basis upon which the Army is fast-tracking its Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS), soldier-worn combat goggled engineered with advanced sensors able to overcome some of the limitations of human vision and quickly organize target data.
We take all soldiers who have IVAS and turn them into a sensor collecting data to share with a greater network. The screen can chart a path and tell you where a reported adversary is. You can see through heat and augment existing light, Gen. Joseph Martin, Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, told an audience during an event at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.
If you have been dismounted, you know it can be lonely. You want to have a link to your fellow soldiers. This is what IVAS is delivering to our formation.
Martin explained that the IVAS system is being quickly improved and upgraded with new software by virtue of a soldier touchpoint collaborative process wherein soldiers exercise with the goggle and offer feedback to developers.
Dr. Bruce Jette, Assistant Secretary of the Army, Acquisition, Logistics and Technology, told The National Interest in an interview earlier this year that engineers created IVAS with an ability to compensate for what might otherwise be some of the limitations of the human eye. Operation of IVAS calls upon a degree of what could be described as Human-Machine Interface because it integrates some of the neurological processes of human vision with software engineered to process, organize and display otherwise challenging factors such as depth perception, surrounding peripheral objects and other elements of human visual orientation.
We dont perceive distance with one eye, we just see larger or smaller - but if I can put it in both eyes I can get the object in 3D. To do that I need to have the sensing system to know where the eye is looking and focusing. The IVAS does that. It determines what you are looking at and what type of object you are looking at and focusing on to generate a 3D image in front of you. The good part about this is I dont need all those heavy optics on my face, Jette said.
As designed, the IVAS system is built to lessen the hardware footprint, reduce weight and, perhaps of greatest combat relevance, streamline time-sensitive combat data.
The sensor is seeing where my eyes are looking and preserving it based upon certain measurements. Then if I fly a UAV up there, IVAS can show the UAV coming into the scene - and converge the two onto each other so I can put the UAV right where you want it, Jette said.
Part of the soldier feedback process, interestingly, involved requests to build even more data, icons, detail and combat information into the sensor.  Developers deliberately limited the amount of information displayed on the IVAS system to avoid overloading soldiers, however soldiers really liked the system and asked for an even more integrated display.
Soldiers asked if they could see more things on there. The 20-yr olds have done this their entire lives and they said we can use more information, James E. McPherson, Undersecretary of the Army, said at the event.
Kris Osborn is the new Defense Editor for the National Interest. Osborn previously served at the Pentagon as a Highly Qualified Expert with the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the ArmyAcquisition, Logistics & Technology. Osborn has also worked as an anchor and on-air military specialist at national TV networks. He has appeared as a guest military expert on Fox News, MSNBC, The Military Channel, and The History Channel. He also has a Masters Degree in Comparative Literature from Columbia University.


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Unidentified masked men snatched the leading Belarusian opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova from the street in the centre of the capital, Minsk, on Monday and drove her away in a minivan, witnesses told local media.
Kolesnikova was one of the campaign partners of the opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who claimed victory against the long-ruling president, Alexander Lukashenko, in disputed elections on 9 August.
Kolesnikova was reportedly seized soon after 10am local time while walking close to Minsk’s national art museum. Three other members of the opposition coordination council have also vanished, in what appears to be a targeted attempt by the authorities to wipe out the protest movement.
Kolesnikova is the most prominent political figure still inside Belarus.
Lukashenko’s victory – in a poll widely seen as rigged – has sparked mass protests. On Sunday, more than 100,000 people marched on the president’s residence, calling on him to quit. Riot police wearing balaclavas arrested 633 people. Gangs of pro-government thugs beat up protesters on their way home.
Belarus opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova 'snatched from street' in Minsk | Belarus

Unidentified masked men snatched the leading Belarusian opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova from the street in the centre of the capital, Minsk, on Monday and drove her away in a minivan, witnesses told local media.
Kolesnikova was one of the campaign partners of the opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who claimed victory against the long-ruling president, Alexander Lukashenko, in disputed elections on 9 August.
Kolesnikova was reportedly seized soon after 10am local time while walking close to Minsk’s national art museum. Three other members of the opposition coordination council have also vanished, in what appears to be a targeted attempt by the authorities to wipe out the protest movement.
Kolesnikova is the most prominent political figure still inside Belarus.
Lukashenko’s victory – in a poll widely seen as rigged – has sparked mass protests. On Sunday, more than 100,000 people marched on the president’s residence, calling on him to quit. Riot police wearing balaclavas arrested 633 people. Gangs of pro-government thugs beat up protesters on their way home.

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It is unclear who abducted Koselnikova. Her coordination council colleagues who have disappeared include Anton Rodnenkov, Ivan Kravtsov and Maxim Bogretsov. Her press team is also missing.
Speaking to the local news website Tut.by, a woman identified as Anastasia said she spotted Kolesnikova in the street. She said she was about to go up to her and to thank her for her work when she changed her mind, thinking Kolesnikova looked exhausted.
She said: “Then I noticed a dark minivan with the slogan “Svyaz” on the side parked up not far from the museum. I carried on and then heard the sound of a telephone falling on the tarmac. I turned round and saw people in civilian clothes and masks dragging Maria into the van. The phone flew out of her hand. One of them picked it up, jumped into the van and they drove off.”
Her telephone did not answer, Tut.by reported.
Kolesnikova’s press aide, Rodnenkov, confirmed her abduction but vanished himself around 40 minutes later, it reported. Kolesnikova’s allies said they were checking the report of her detention. Police in Minsk were cited by Russia’s Interfax news agency as saying they had not detained her.
Before the election, Kolesnikova had joined forces with the opposition presidential candidate Tikhanovskaya who later fled to Lithuania, and with Veronika Tsepkalo, who has also since left the country. Another leading activist, Olga Kovalkova, arrived in Poland on Saturday, saying she had been told she would face arrest if she stayed in Belarus.
Friends of Kolesnikova’s believe Belarus’s security forces are behind her abduction. They suspect her fate will be similar to that of Kovalkova, who was taken from a remand centre in Minsk by interior ministry representatives and driven into exile. Other members of the Coordination Council may also be thrown out, they suspect.
There was scepticism, however, that Lukashenko’s mafia-style tactics would halt the protests. “They are spontaneous. It’s really a grassroots thing happening in Minsk and all over Belarus. People unite in their local communities. They start their own Telegram chats and discuss where to march next,” one Minsk journalist said.
The person added: “I believe Maria’s kidnapping won’t stop the protests. It will intensify them actually.”
Senior Belarus opposition figures have accused the EU of failing to respond to Lukashenko’s brutal crackdown on peaceful protesters. Andrei Sannikov, who stood against Lukashanko in the 2010 presidential election, and was subsequently jailed, said sanctions were urgently needed.
Earlier on Monday, central bank figures showed Belarus had burned through nearly a sixth of its gold and foreign exchange reserves, or $1.4bn (£1.06bn), in August, as it fought to prop up its rouble currency during the wave of unrest.

Veronika Tsepkalo (left), Svetlana Tikhanovskaya (centre), and Maria Kolesnikova display their signature gestures at a press-conference in Minsk in July. Photograph: Tatyana Zenkovich/EPA
Kolesnikova had announced on 31 August that she was forming a new political party, Together, with the team of jailed opposition figure Viktor Babariko with whom she had previously worked.
Kolesnikova, a trained flautist and music teacher, got into politics through running the campaign of another opposition politician, the former banker Viktor Babaryko, who attempted to stand for president against Lukashenko but was jailed and barred from running.
When Tikhanovskaya, an English teacher and translator with no political experience, was unexpectedly allowed to run for president, Kolesnikova and Tsepkalo backed her and spoke alongside her at rallies.
The women came up with signature gestures: for Tikhanovskaya a raised fist, for Kolesnikova a heart formed with her fingers, and for Tsepkalo a victory sign.
Kolesnikova and other members of Babaryko’s campaign team last month announced the creation of a new opposition party called Together.
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