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BBC News with Danielle Jalowiecka

The security services in Belarus fired stun grenade at demonstrators in the capital Minsk, who were calling for the resignation of president Alexander Lukashenka. There had been reports that riot police have also fired rubber bullets. One human rights group says more than 150 people have been detained.

Spain prime minister Pedro Sánchez has justified the imposition of the new state of emergency, saying the coronavirus pandemic was the worst health crisis his country has faced in a century. He’s urged people to stay home as much as possible and a nighttime curfew is now enforced.

France has called on countries in the Middle-East to prevent shops and businesses from boycotting its goods. French products have been removed from some shops in Kuwait, Jordan and Qatar. The boycott is in protests at president Macron’s defense of the right to show cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.

Australia has expressed its serious concern with Qatar over an incident in Doha airport earlier this month. A number of women due to fly to Sydney were reportedly examined for signs of having recently giving birth. It came after a premature baby was found abandoned in an airport bathroom.

The US Vice President Mike Pence is continuing to campaign for next week’s election, despite many members of his staff becoming infected by coronavirus. The Democratic presidential campaign has questioned the labelling of Mr. Pence as an essential worker to justify his travel.

Polls have closed in Lithuania’s second round of parliamentary elections, which the center-right opposition is expected to win. Ingrida Simonyte says she was confident her party and two partners would form a government.

And the British driver Lewis Hamilton has broken a record for the most Formula-1 race wins, after his 92nd victory at the Portuguese Grand Prix. The success took him beyond the mark set by the German Michael Schumacher.

That’s the latest BBC news.
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