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Belarusian journalist sentenced to more than eight years in prison
The 28-year-old was already serving a two-year sentence for reporting on opposition demonstrations in 2020.
Belarusians fighting for Ukraine to keep hopes alive of change at home
“If Ukraine loses against Russia, then the freedom of Belarus stands no chance.”
Belarus abolishes visa requirements for Polish citizens for six months
Minsk says the decision aims to foster "good neighbourly" relations amid heightened tensions.
Poland completes 186-kilometre border wall with Belarus
The EU has accused Belarus of waging "hybrid warfare" by pushing migrants towards the bloc's borders in an attempt to destabilise it.
Jailed Russian partner of Belarus dissident asks Lukashenko for pardon
Sapega was sentenced in May to six years in prison for "inciting social hatred" and "violence and threats".
Tsikhanouskaya: EU candidacy for Moldova and Ukraine will set example
The Belarusian opposition leader told Euronews that no one deserves EU candidacy status more than Ukraine.
Tikhanovskaya and Belarusian activists receive Europe's top honour for services to unity
The three pro-democracy figures were honoured with the Charlemagne Prize in Aachen, Germany. One of them, Maria Kalesnikava, is still in prison in Belarus.
Belarusian volunteers join Ukraine's foreign legion as the war passes the three-month mark
Belarusian fighters have answered President Zelenskyy's call for foreign fighters to join Ukraine's resistance - united against the alliance between Presidents Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin.
Belarus president changes death penalty law to target opposition
Belarus is the last country in Europe still to apply the death penalty, executing several people each year by firing squad.
The most international band you've ever seen
They might not have made it to Eurovision, but the Lithuanian-Afghan-Belarussian-Sri Lankan band 'Up Hill 7' has a message for Europe.
Ryanair plane diversion: Journalist's girlfriend gets 6-year jail term
Sofia Sapega and Protasevich were arrested in 2021 after their flight from Athens to Vilnius was diverted by a Belarusian MiG-29 fighter jet to Minsk.
'I feel it's dragged on': Lukashenko on Russia's war in Ukraine
Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko has been talking about the war in Ukraine and the use of nuclear weapons in the conflict.
Belarus' first president Stanislav Shushkevich dies aged 87
Shushkevich is best known for informing Mikhail Gorbachev about the end of the Soviet Union and leading Belarus to independence.
Russian and Belarusian players banned from Wimbledon over Ukraine war
The ATP has criticised the All England Club's decision as "unfair" and "unilateral".
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.
Is it safe to travel to eastern Europe right now?
This is what the EU's aviation safety regulator had to say about the safety of travel right now.
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.
'I'm very scared': Gun sales soar in Lithuania amid war in Ukraine
Gun buyers have been flocking to Lithuania's stores since the start of the war in Ukraine, with sales increasing up to eight times and applications for gun licences doubling.
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.
Russian and Belarusian athletes banned from Beijing Paralympics
Other countries had threatened to pull out of the games unless Russian and Belarusian athletes were banned.
Belarus and Russia compete as 'neutral athletes' at Winter Paralympics
UK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries has condemned the decision and called for a total ban.
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.