Lukashenko says 'attacks' on Belarus have crossed 'red lines'

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko says that "attacks" on the country have crossed "red lines" after the diversion of a Ryanair flight over Belarusian airspace sparked a global outcry. The Athens-to-Vilnius flight carrying wanted opposition activist Roman Protasevich was forced to make a landing in Minsk on Sunday over a supposed bomb scare, prompting several EU carriers to stop flights over Belarus.