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Lukashenko Orders Military To React "Without Warning" If NATO Forces Violate Western Border

A huge rally of tens of thousands draped in red-and-white opposition flags brought the center of Minsk to a standstill on Sunday, in what's become a near daily occurrence for weeks since the Aug.9 reelection of 26-year ruler of Belarus, President Alexander Lukashenko.

Local unrest and clashes with police, however, could easily give way to a major event along Belarus' border, given Lukashenko on Saturday gave his boldest and most provocative order yet. Convinced that "NATO is at the gates" threatening his removal by force, he's told his defense minister to "react without warning" to any potential border violations.

Issuing what's essentially a "shoot to kill" order, Lukashenko said on Saturday, "There won't be a warning. We warned them. If they violate the state border, we react without warning.

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