Belarusian sprinter Tsimanouskaya leaves Tokyo for Austria • FRANCE 24 English

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#Olympic sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who is seeking asylum in Europe, departed from #Japan. She refused to return to #Belarus because she feared she would be punished for comments she made about her coaches. She is expected to depart for #Poland. The country has granted her a #humanitarian visa.

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