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    A prominent opponent of Belarus’s authoritarian president has been arrested after a Ryanair plane was diverted following a bomb threat, in what the opposition called a hijacking operation by the government. A spokesman said President Alexander Lukashenko personally ordered that a MiG-29 fighter jet accompany the plane – which was travelling from Athens to Vilnius in Lithuania – to an airport in Minsk.

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