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Belarus says it has dismantled 'terror cells' with ties to West
President Alexander Lukashenko said the "terrorist sleeper cells" allegedly plotting a coup against him had ties with Germany, Ukraine, the US, Poland and Lithuania.
EU, US slap new sanctions on Belarus in response to Ryanair diversion
Foreign affairs ministers from all EU countries met in Luxembourg and agreed to blacklist 78 individuals and 8 entities believed to be closely involved with President Lukashenko's regime.
Lukashenko is 'turning Belarus into the North Korea of Europe'
"Lukashenko is turning my country into the North Korea of Europe: non-transparent, unpredictable and dangerous."
In Belarus, a punk rock singer faces 1.5 years hard labour for dancing
As singer of Belarussian street punk band, Mister X, Igor Bancer is well-known for his antics both on and off stage. Now he faces being sent to labour camp.
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.
Belarus crisis: Russia blasts EU for 'illegal unilateral sanctions'
"Regrettably, [the] EU continues its attempt to influence [the] situation in Belarus," said Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry.
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.
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.
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 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.
Belarus elections: Could mass protests lead to change?
Tens of thousands of people have been protesting and supporting opposition candidates, but could this actually bring change to Belarus?
There is hope again in Belarus - even as Lukashenko muddies the election waters ǀ View
While the results of the presidential election in Belarus can be already be anticipated, the EU must be ready to be called on to mediate between the opposition and incumbent President Lukashenko, "Europe's last dictator."
How has Belarus changed since 'Europe's last dictator' came to power?
Euronews has been out on the streets of Belarus to ask citizens how they think their country has changed since "Europe's last dictator" came to power 26 years ago.
Protests as Belarus-Russia integration talks deepen
Protesters have gathered in Minsk to show their opposition to talks between Russia and Belarus to deepen economic ties.
Opposition wins no seats in Belarus as Lukashenko vows to stay put
"Trust me, it's not really the softest chair," Lukashenko told reporters.
Is Belarus looking east or west?
Is Belarus slowly transitioning towards more democracy or keeping with its autocratic ways under the iron-fist, 24-year long rule of president Lukashenko?
"Belarussians are craving for expression"
Our Insiders reporter Valerie Gauriat had rare access to political opponents, rights activists and official voices in Belarus. She is in euronews' studio to share her insights.
Belarus: stifled freedoms and glimmers of hope
Insiders reporter Valérie Gauriat went to Belarus, where the thirst for democracy is trying to crack the wall of the country's autocratic regime.
EU suspends Belarus sanctions
EU officials said on Thursday that they will will suspend sanctions on Belarus for four months from Saturday. They include those on President