Clashes between protesters and authorities have erupted on the streets of Belarus after the disputed early results of the country’s election were announced. Long-time leader Alexander Lukashenko won 80% of the vote. This year’s election comes amid growing signs of frustration at the country’s authoritarian leadership. Many protesters chanted “get out” and other anti-government slogans, as riot police fired stun grenades, used batons, and made arrests as they dispersed the demonstrators. Swipe through for more on what’s happening in the country and tap the link in our bio for more detail.