MINSK, WEISSRUSSLAND11. AUGUST 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Totale police arresting a protester, woman asking police to stop2. Halbnahe police arresting protesters, police van seen in background3. Totale police arresting protesters, police van behind group4. Totale police arresting protesters, police van behind group5. Totale police asking photographers to show their accreditation and then hitting one of the cameras6. Halbnahe women with white ribbons on their wrists (symbol of opposition) greet passing cars which honk their horns in support7. Totale a protester on kneeling in front of police and saying UPSOT: 'How much did they pay you? Look, I'm on my two knees. Who are these people? Are they military people? Look, here is a woman staying' 8. Totale flowers left on the side of the road where a protester was believed to have been killed on the second night of protests after a clash with riot police VILNIUS, LITAUEN11. AUGUST 2020QUELLE: STRANA DLYA ZHIZNIEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: KEIN WEITERVERKAUF / NO RESALE9.MINSK, WEISSRUSSLAND9. AUGUST 2020QUELLE: NATIONAL STATE TELEVISION OF BELARUSEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: KEIN WEITERVERKAUF / NO RESALE10. Halbnahe Alexander Lukashenko preparing to cast his vote11. Totale Alexander Lukashenko preparing to cast his vote, posing for cameras12. Nah Alexander Lukashenko casting his vote13. Halbnahe national flags of Belarus14. Totale Alexander Lukashenko arriving at the polling station, being greeted by young women with flowersMINSK, WEISSRUSSLAND11. AUGUST 2020QUELLE: AFPTV15. Halbnahe police in riot gear16. Halbnahe protesters and police17. Totale protesters speaking to policeBRÜSSEL, BELGIEN11. AUGUST 2020QUELLE: TWITTER / @VONDERLEYENEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: KEIN WEITERVERKAUF / NO RESALENUR REDAKTIONELLE VERWENDUNG18. Videografik ANIMATED TWEET from Ursula Von der Leyen's account: 'I welcome @JosepBorrellF's statement on behalf of EU. #BelarusPresidentialElection was neither free nor fair. State violence and crackdown on freedoms and rights is unacceptable. EU will conduct review of relations with Belarus and take measures against those responsible.'