A protester was killed in Belarus in police custody, the second death since clashes with police erupted on Sunday in a conflicting presidential election.
Authorities said the cause of death of the 25-year-old in Gomel was unclear. His mother said he had a heart problem and had been locked in a police van for pg wallet
In Brest, police said they used live ammunition when attacked.
The United Nations condemned the violence by the authorities as the protests continued for a fourth night.
Michelle Bachelet, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said police officers were reported to have used excessive force, fired rubber bullets and water cannons and threw shocking bombs.
“The report points to [more] about 6,000 more detainees in the past three days, including bystanders as well as minors, indicating a tendency to arrest. It is clearly a huge violation of international human rights standards, ”Mrs. Bachelet said in a statement.
"The worst reported treatment is during and after detention," she added, calling for the release of all unlawful detainees.
At least 200 protesters were injured, some seriously injured. The BBC crew was attacked by police on Tuesday evening.
Earlier, the Belarusian interior ministry said a protester died when a bomb device fell into his hands in the capital Minsk on Monday.
On Wednesday evening more clashes were reported as protesters rallied again in Minsk and other Belarusian cities, the street numbers appeared to be less than on the previous night.
The protests rang hours after Belarusian leader Alexander Lucachenko came to power since 1994, was announced on Sunday as the winner of the vote, which was condemned by the European Union. "Not free or fair"
Then Svetlana Tikhanovskaya The opposition's main opponent was briefly detained before fleeing to neighboring Lithuania.