Kevin Spacey and Jude Law march against Belarus regime

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Actors Jude Law and Kevin Spacey joined more than 100 protesters in London this week calling for freedom of expression and an end to the regime in Belarus.

Alexander Lukashenko won the election in his country in 2010 with an overwhelming majority, but in a manner that international observers said was seriously flawed.

Opposition figures, journalists and artists say they are subjected to harsh penalties for speaking out and some claim to have been tortured. Belarussian security officials deny the allegations.

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