Belarus police take protesters away for demanding the release of fellow activists who had been detained the day before
Police in Belarus arrest hundreds as clashes occur when a mass rally turns into a protest against an unpopular new tax.
Braving the wrath of their hardline president, protesters took to the streets of Belarus over the weekend in the latest show of anger at a so-called ‘social parasite tax’ on those deemed to be doing t
Rare protests in Belarus have spread beyond the capital Minsk to the second largest city Gomel where around 2000 people have marched against a harsh new tax law.
In a rare open protest against the government in Belarus, hundreds of activists have called for the nation’s flag to be changed back to the one adopted after the collapse of the soviet…
Opposition groups win parliamentary seats for first time since 1996 as MPs loyal to President Alexander Lukashenko retained power.
The president of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has been sworn in for a fifth term in office. Officials claim he secured close to 84 percent of last
EU officials said on Thursday that they will will suspend sanctions on Belarus for four months from Saturday. They include those on President
Belarus has elected President Alexander Lukashenko for a fifth term in office. Officials claim he secured close to 84 percent of the vote from an 87
The strongman of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, looks set to win more than a fifth term in office in elections this weekend. Diplomatic sources
The EU has hailed the pardon and release of six jailed opposition figures by the veteran President of Belarus, Aleksander Lukashenko, as a
We are all too familiar with the common strategies used by campaigning politicians, but President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko being snapped
Russian president Vladimir Putin has met with the president of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, and the president of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev
The Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko has dismissed his prime minister and other senior government officials in the biggest government
The leaders of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan have sealed a deal to introduce a Eurasian Economic Union which will come into
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko promised to help Kiev restart talks over its separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine.
As Belarus continues efforts to broker a lasting settlement to the conflict in Ukraine President Alexander Lukashenko has been speaking to Euronews’
Lukashenko claims "was ready to send" Ukrainian peacekeeping force but was rebuffed in exclusive interviewThe President of Belarus, Alexandr Lukashenko, has spent ninety minutes speaking about a range of issues to euronews’ Kyiv Bureau Head. As
The President of Belarus, Alexandr Lukashenko, has spent ninety minutes speaking about a range of issues to euronews’ Kyiv Bureau Head. As
Anxiety appears to be spreading among former Soviet republics in the wake of Moscow’s annexation of Crimea. In an address to parliament
A diplomatic row has broken out between Russia and Belarus after Vladislav Baumgertner, the CEO of Russia’s largest potash producer, Uralkali, was
The authorities in Belarus have arrested Vladislav Baumgertner, the head of Russia’s largest potash producer Uralkali. Invited to Minsk for a
President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus has said he does not have the resources to be a dictator, although he has admitted he may be an
Going against the findings of a European body, Russia has praised Sunday’s election in Belarus, describing the ballot as “free, open, and conducted
President Alexander Lukashenko saw his supporters sweep to victory in Belarus’ parliamentary elections over the weekend after opposition parties
The preliminary results in the Belarus parliamentary elections are in, although the final result will not be known for days. The authorities are
Alexander Lukashenko is expected to have his presidency reinforced by the election in Belarus. Official results show a 26 percent turnout through
The Belarus authorities have reportedly fined two journalists over last month’s pro-democracy stunt which saw teddy bears airdropped into the
Belarus says it is withdrawing all of its remaining embassy staff from Sweden. It comes after hundreds of teddy bears were dropped from a plane
Could it be the first time ever that a country has been terrified by teddy bears? Possibly not, but what is clear is the drop of some 800 or so
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko has sacked two senior officials, after a plane dropped hundreds of teddy bears over the hardline state in