Wednesday, September 9, 2020 - The Christian Science Monitor Daily
The three women leading the Belarus opposition – after what they say were fraudulent elections, on Aug. 9 – have been detained, expelled, or fled. But Nina Bahinskaya isn’t going anywhere. And therein lies a deeper problem for President Alexander Lukashenko, who’s been in power for 26 years. Also: today’s stories, including California’s efforts to help its neediest in the face of wildfires, the climate costs of post-pandemic economic revival efforts, and our 10 best books of September. Join the Monitor's Dave Scott and Jessica Mendoza for today's news. For more information, visit csmonitor.com/daily.