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Trial of Sergei Tsikhanousky, Sviatlana's husband, opens in Belarus
Sergei Tsikhanousky, a popular video blogger, is one of six men standing trial. He is accused of "preparation of mass disorder" and "incitement to hatred".
Meet the journalist who fled Belarus hours before Ryanair diversion
Carrying just her passport, money and a few essentials in her handbag, Arina Malinovskaya fled for the Ukrainian capital Kyiv.
Has Lukashenko fatally fractured Belarus' opposition movement?
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya has been the face of Belarus' opposition. But two new political movements could threaten that, fracturing those who want President Alexander Lukashenko to step aside.
Belarus asks Lithuania to extradite opposition leader Tsikhanouskaya
Shortly after the elections, Tsikhanouskaya fled to neighbouring Lithuania and has been in exile since.
Thirteen detained during rallies in Belarus, says rights group
Mass protests have gripped Belarus, an ex-Soviet nation of 9.5 million people, ever since official results from the Aug. 9 presidential election gave Lukashenko a landslide victory.
How the crisis in Belarus is politicising a new wave of street artists
They engage in a cat-and-mouse game with authorities who paint over their work often just hours after it's been created.
Belarus: After 100 days, Lukashenko is still in power. Now what?
Belarus' protest movement is united in wanting to bring down Alexander Lukashenko - but then what?
Will Belarus' political crisis kill off its booming IT sector?
Belarus' IT sector is one of the nation's few economic success stories. But will the country's ongoing political turmoil put a nail in its coffin?
Belarus protests: 50th day of protests marked by 500 arrests
Hundreds of thousands of Belarusians have been protesting against the regime for seven weeks since a disputed presidential election took place on August 9.
Lukashenko was 'afraid of the West', says former campaign manager
Alexander Feduta worked in Lukashenko’s campaign office back in 1994 and helped to get Lukashenko elected as the new Belarusian president. Looking back, Lukashenko already had some of the traits seen later in his presidency, but they have become more profound, he says.
Stun grenades and rubber bullets: What it's like reporting on Belarus
One month on from the disputed August 9 election in Belarus, Emil Filtenborg tells Euronews how he expected some violence, but never anticipated it would be "this brutal, this early."
Belarus: Maria Kolesnikova reportedly detained at Ukrainian border
Kolesnikova's representatives said they could not reach her after unconfirmed reports emerged that she was kidnapped in Minsk.
Montenegro is heading the same way as Belarus. Not enough is being done to avoid disaster ǀ View
As Montenegrins go to the polls on Sunday, the spectre of a second Belarus is rearing its head. Can the EU avoid the same unrest and chaos by acting sooner?
EU calls on Moscow to refrain from Belarus intervention
Putin says he's ready to send forces to Belarus if protests spin 'out of control'. But the EU and NATO have called on him to refrain from intervening.
The EU should learn from its role in Libya’s chaos before getting too involved in Belarus ǀ View
The revolution and subsequent civil war in Libya show what happens when a vacuum is left behind after the fall of dictators and the state apparatus that keep them in power.
Watch again: Belarusians protest on independence anniversary
The demonstrations come as nationwide protests flare after Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko extended his 26 year rule in an August 9 election.
'Are you looking for a bloodbath?': Spanish MEP blasts Tsikhanouskaya
Spanish MEP Manu Pineda blasted Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, asking her if she would accept sanctions against those who didn't vote for her.
'Belarus has woken up': Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya addresses MEPs
The opposition leader, who has become a lightning rod for protests in Belarus, addressed MEPs via video link from exile in Lithuania.
Nobel laureate Alexievich summoned over Belarus opposition council
Nobel Prize-winning writer Svetlana Alexievich has been summoned by Belarus investigators over a new opposition council that is aiming to facilitate a transition of power in the country.
Belarus: Lukashenko brandishes rifle amid ongoing mass protests
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters in Belarus return to the streets of Minsk to demand the resignation of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in the latest wave of demonstrations against his disputed re-election.
Peaceful protesters in Minsk fear that violence will break out again
Protesters standing along major roads with flowers and balloons say they are not sure that Lukashenko will leave without more violence.
Activist recounts her experience of solitary confinement in Belarus
Olga Nikolaichik is hiding from authorities in Belarus after spending thirty days in solitary confinement with limited access to water after daring to speak out against Alexander Lukashenko.
People are seeking change in Belarus. Instead, they’re being mercilessly beaten and detained ǀ View
As officials and security forces attempt to silence all opposition, protesters on the streets of Minsk risk everything to have their voices heard.
Belarus: What do we know about the video of Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya?
Growing claims have alleged the opposition leader was filmed speaking under duress at the country's electoral commission.
Belarus opposition Tsikhanouskaya 'independently' fled to Lithuania
The former English teacher said on Monday that she had made "a decision" to be with her children as she left the Electoral Commission.
Protester dies in Belarus as 'explosive detonates in his hand'
The Belarusian Interior Ministry said the protester died after he tried to throw an "explosive device" at police — but it detonated in his hands.