Roman Protasevich shown in video on Belarus state TV as father says son is already being tortured

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Roman Protasevich shown in video on Belarus state TV as father says son is already being tortured” – below is their description.

    Roman Protasevich appears to have a broken nose and signs of make-up to cover injuries, claims his father.

    Belarusian state television broadcast a 30-second video of Protasevich, who had been living between Lithuania and Poland, confirming that he was in prison in Minsk and “confessing” to charges of organising mass unrest.

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