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Belsat TV journalist Volha Starastsina is working on a uncensored news program for Belarus at the TV station's studio in Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012, as the station is focusing on the upcoming parliamentary elections in Belarus, expected to be a rubber stamp procedure. Last month Starastsina had to flush her TV memory card down a police toilet in Vitebsk, Belarus, to get rid of evidence of her work, when police detained her briefly as she was interviewing people in the street about the elections that will be held on Sunday. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
Photo by: Czarek Sokolowski
Belsat TV journalist Volha Starastsina is working on a uncensored news program for Belarus at the TV station's studio in Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012, as the station is focusing on the upcoming parliamentary elections in Belarus, expected to be a rubber stamp procedure. Last month Starastsina had to flush her TV memory card down a police toilet in Vitebsk, Belarus, to get rid of evidence of her work, when police detained her briefly as she was interviewing people in the street about the elections that will be held on Sunday. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

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