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Millions Watch Film Alleging Lukashenko Leads Luxe Life


Lukashenko Goldmine has notched more than 3M views since Monday The man referred to as “Europe’s last dictator” is also now the star of a film—though he’s likely not too pleased about it. Lukashenko Goldmine is an 83-minute film by Poland-based opposition news service NEXTA that was dropped onto YouTube on Monday and has now been viewed 3.3 million times. As the name suggests, it’s a film about Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and paints a picture of a luxe life replete with planes, Rolls-Royce and Maybach cars, and 18 residences that allegedly involved the use of public funds, reports bne…

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