Belarus could be Putin's next target - Kasparov tells

Belarus could be the next country targeted by Russia's President Vladimir Putin after Ukraine, Russian opposition figure Gary Kasparov, former world chess champion currently residing in the US, has said at a Vilnius conference.
Gary Kasparov
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