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Belarus accuses Poland border guards about slingshot incident
Polish security forces allegedly tried to "blind the Belarusian border guards with strobe lights".
Belarus arrests four for trying to sabotage railway links to Ukraine
Minsk has claimed that officers shot and injured the suspects because they had tried to "resist arrest".
Girlfriend of Belarusian journalist Roman Protasevich goes on trial
Sofia Sapega and Roman Protasevich were arrested in May 2021 while flying from Athens to Viulnius.
US man wanted over Capitol riots is 'granted asylum in Belarus'
Evan Neumann fled the United States last year after being charged for his role in the storming of the Capitol building.
Belarus expels majority of Ukrainian diplomats and embassy staff
Kyiv has accused Minsk of preparing to send its own troops into Ukraine following Russia's invasion.
Nasha Niva: Belarusian journalists jailed in latest media crackdown
The independent newspaper was blocked by Belarus in July and banned as an "extremist" entity in November.
We want to stop Belarusian troops fighting in Ukraine — Tsikhanouskaya
Exiled opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya told Euronews she wants to mobilise women in Belarus to try to prevent husbands and sons being sent to Ukraine.
Belarus votes to ditch 'nuclear-free' status in disputed referendum
Opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya told Euronews that the result was a "threat" to the whole of Europe.
Belarus-Russia joint drills to continue amid 'Ukraine border tensions'
It means that Russian troops will remain in Belarus, despite Moscow's promise that they would leave the country after the exercises which were due to end on Sunday.
'Democratic world must show its teeth' on Belarus, says Tsikhanouskaya
The Belarusian opposition leader told Euronews the regime in Minsk is 'hiding its domestic crisis' behind military drills with Russia and the threat to Ukraine.
Belarus ready to host 'nuclear weapons' in case of Western threat
Belarus had declared itself a nuclear-free zone after the break of the former Soviet Union in 1991.
Bulgaria: Honey pots form a candle crucifix.
Hundreds of honey pots lit by candles form a huge crucifix in the church of the Presentation of the Virgin Mary in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria.
Skier flees Belarus for Poland after Winter Olympics ban
Her coach and father, Sergei Dolidovich, has been supportive of Belarus' opposition.
New U.S. sanctions for Belarus officials over crackdown on dissidents
The U.S. State Department said it was acting in support of figures like sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who is now in Poland after avoiding repatriation over Belarus criticism at the 2021 Olympics.
Belarus will fight alongside Russia in event of war, says Lukashenko
Belarus' leader also said that in the event of a conflict with Ukraine: "Everyone will lose."
US charges Belarus with air piracy in reporter's arrest
Raman Pratasevich was arrested after his Ryanair flight from Athens to Vilnius was diverted to Minsk with Belarusian authorities claiming it was over a bomb threat.
Belarus unveils constitutional changes to extend Lukashenko's rule
The amendments will be up for a referendum, scheduled for February 2022, and will be considered approved if more than 50% vote for them, with a turnout threshold at 50%.
Meet the NGO turning to cryptocurrencies to help desperate Belarusians
“The government has blocked all the classical ways of getting money into the country, so we had to find an alternative."
Police uncover 455 social accounts encouraging Belarus-to-EU migrants
The social media accounts promoted illegal immigration by advertising the sale of counterfeit ID documents and visas or illegal transportation services.
Belarus opposition leader's husband given 18-year jail term
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya said her husband -- a blogger and critic of disputed president Alexander Lukashenko -- was given the sentence on Tuesday.
Prominent Belarusian journalist Siarhei Satsuk arrested
Satsuk is the 30th journalist, who is currently in custody in Belarus, either awaiting trial or serving a sentence.
Belarus imposes retaliatory sanctions on EU and UK airlines
Belarus said it would also ban imports of Western goods from countries that imposed sanctions on Minsk.
Belarus threatens to retaliate against latest EU and US sanctions
Minsk has admitted the latest sanctions on airliners and travel companies will "economically stifle" the country.
Lukashenko accuses Lithuania of dumping dead bodies in Belarus
He has tried to cast the tensions over migrants as part of a Western plot against Belarus and Russia.
Belarus will not force migrants to return home, says Lukashenko
Lukashenko made his first public appearance at the Polish border since the start of the crisis.
Belarus' Lukashenko says EU should take in more migrants
Lukashenko called on the EU to take in 2,000 migrants stranded in Belarus. The EU says Belarus has lured migrants to the country as part of a "hybrid attack" on the bloc.