CNN outside embassy where Belarusian sprinter took refuge

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CNN’s Selina Wang reports from outside the Polish embassy in Tokyo after Belarusian sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya received a humanitarian visa from Poland on August 2. Hours earlier, Timanovskaya refused to board a flight out of Japan saying she was being forced to return to her native country against her will and that she feared arrest.

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