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Belarusian KGB used fake accounts to stir border tensions, says Meta
Facebook's parent company also said it had removed dozens of fake Polish accounts that posed as migrants.
Brussels accused of 'weakening asylum rights' to manage Belarus crisis
The European Commission is facing backlash after it proposed to give Poland, Latvia and Lithuania more flexibility to process asylum applications.
Watch: Belarus' opposition leader urges EU to respond with 'values'
The Belarusian opposition leader tells Euronews the only way to solve the ongoing border is to dismantle the regime of Alexander Lukashenko.
EU to blacklist transport companies involved in human trafficking
Under the new rules, the European Commission will be able to suspend flights, limit operations and withdraw licences across EU territory.
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Europe's week: Belarus border crisis dominates agenda
Tensions between Minsk and Brussels continued to simmer over migrants attempting to cross into the bloc.
EU to slap Belarus with new raft of sanctions over border crisis
The blacklist of targets believed to be involved in human trafficking will be developed over the coming days.
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Europe's week: Belarus, Facebook whistleblower and Google loses appeal
These are the stories occupying minds in Brussels this week.
EU urged to stand firm against 'desperate and illegitimate' Belarus
A surge of migrants attempting to cross into Poland from Belarus has brought international condemnation and threats of more sanctions against Lukashenko's regime.
Should Brussels fund border walls at EU frontiers to stop migrants?
Twelve member states, including Austria, Denmark, Poland and Hungary are calling on the European Commission to provide money to construct anti-migrant fences.
EU considers sanctions against Belarus airline over migrant arrivals
The bloc's foreign ministers were in Luxembourg on Monday to discuss possible action against Belarusian company Belavia.
Belarus threatens to criminalise certain social media channels
Belarus' Main Directorate for Fighting Organised Crime has said that citizens who subscribe to "extremist Telegram channels and chats" are also criminally liable.
Poland carried out migrant push-back at Belarus border, Amnesty says
Poland, Lithuania and Latvia have declared states of emergency at their borders with Belarus over an influx of migrants.
EU suspends visas for Belarusian officials amid migrants row
Brussels believes the Lukashenko regime is sending migrants towards the EU's eastern border in order to destabilise the bloc and sow chaos.
Meet the hackers trying to bring down Belarus' disputed president
The crackdown in Belarus may have stopped public dissent, but as these hackers suggest, it could be just driving it underground.
Brussels working on fresh sanctions against Belarus over migrants
The European Commission confirmed to MEPs that new measures targetting the Lukashenko regime were being prepared.
Belarus migration is 'act of aggression towards EU', says Johansson
"Member states are in a position to decide how they protect their external borders and they are the best ones to assess how to do that," Johansson added.
Belarus sprinter under guard in Poland longs for normality
“I would like to go back to normal, to visit the city and enjoy the summer, but I understand that it is dangerous," Krystsina Tsimanouskaya told Euronews.
Is Lithuania's 550-km border fence going to be money well spent?
MPs approved the border fence earlier this month after a surge in the number of migrants arriving at Lithuania's frontier from Belarus.
Lukashenko denies involvement in death of Belarusian activist Shishov
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko denied involvement in the death of an activist in Kyiv last week, claiming he was "nobody" to the regime.
The struggle is not over for a democratic Belarus | View
One year after elections widely viewed as unfair, Franak Viacorka, advisor to Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says they will continue to fight for reforms and that the regime’s recent actions are desperate.
The raid that killed off Belarus' last independent media platform
The raid is symptomatic of a wider crackdown on dissent in Belarus since the disputed reelection of Lukashenko last August had sparked huge protests.
Belarus to tighten border amid row over migrants with Lithuania
Defence and security agencies were ordered to "close every metre of the border" in order to stop migrants that Lithuania turns away from coming back into Belarus.
Ukraine steps up protection of Belarusian exiles after activist death
The announcement came after a Belarusian activist who ran a group helping Belarusians fleeing persecution was found hanged in Kyiv.
'Freedom is worth fighting for': Prominent Belarus dissidents on trial
The trial of Maria Kolesnikova and Maxim Znak, both leading members of the opposition, takes place amid an intensifying crackdown on dissent in the ex-Soviet republic.
Belarusian sprinter leaves Tokyo after refusing to return home
Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya has boarded a plane to Vienna after her team allegedly tried force her home.
'No one is safe': Tears and fears at Kyiv vigil for dead Belarusian
As they gathered to pay tribute to activist Vitali Shishov who was found dead in Kyiv on Tuesday, Belarusian exiles in Ukraine said they no longer felt safe from their country's autocratic leader.