Inna Shevchenko, an activist with the controversial Ukrainian feminist group Femen, described how masked men told her she would "breathe her final breath" as they cut up her hair with a knife and beat her for daring to protest inside the quasi-Stalinist state.

The 21-year-old had travelled to Belarus on 19 December with two friends to demonstrate against the ongoing crackdown by the regime of Alexander Lukashenko.

"I have never been so scared before in my life."The Belarusian authorities have yet to make any public statement on the women's claims.

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I kept denying that it was me, but no-one cared," she said.

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Our free dating site is a great way to find an amazing women from Russia, Ukraine and other countries of the Easten Europe.One man repeatedly held a knife up to Miss Shevchenko's throat and cut bits of her hair off."Then they threw a substance all over my head," she said.At one point one of the men asked if I liked breathing.I said 'yes' and he replied: 'Good, enjoy it while you can because you are about to breathe your final breath'."The blindfolds were removed and the women were ordered to strip.Miss Shevchenko said the group had been prepared to be arrested for protesting in Minsk but did not anticipate such repressive measures.