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Belarus: Over 200 arrested during Freedom Day protests
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'No justice, no judiciary': Belarus crisis exposed rule of law issue
“Under a dictatorship, there cannot be independent judges and courts," said disbarred lawyer Alexander Pylchenko. "Our country is not an exception."
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They engage in a cat-and-mouse game with authorities who paint over their work often just hours after it's been created.
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya: EU sanctions against Belarus not enough
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, Belarus' democratic opposition leader, spoke exclusively to Euronews as she accepted the European Parliament's Sakharov Prize on behalf of the country's opposition.
Belarus opposition leader Tsikhanouskaya awarded EU’s Sakharov Prize
“We are bound to win, and we will win” declared Belarus opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, as she received the European Parliament's Sakharov Prize.
Belarus opposition to compile register of alleged police abuses
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, who was the main opposition candidate in the August 9 presidential election, said that the opposition would compile the accounts of police abuse against peaceful demonstrators.
Belarusian musicians playing prison blues as protest strategy changes
In Belarus, opposition supporters have organised smaller-scale neighbourhood anti-government protests with concerts. But it looks like they're playing all the wrong notes for Lukashenko.
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?
EU agrees sanctions on Lukashenko over Belarus crackdown
EU foreign ministers also agreed to sanction Russian officials over the suspected poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny.
Belarus' authoritarian leader visits his foes in prison
President Alexander Lukashenko spent more than four hours talking to his jailed political foes at a Minsk prison. His office said "the goal of the president was to hear everyone's opinion."
Belarus: Britain is 8th European country to recall ambassador
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Britain "condemns Belarus' decision to expel Polish and Lithuanian diplomats" which he described as "completely unjustified".
Why is Lithuania such a staunch ally of Belarus' opposition movement?
Lithuania has hosted exiled leaders of Belarus' opposition movement and been among the first to slap sanctions on Alexander Lukashenko. But why such strong support?
EU giving dialogue with Turkey 'a chance' but warns of sanctions
Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen warned that the bloc has a "tool box" of restrictive measures that be applied "immediately" if Ankara doesn't engage in "constructive" dialogue over underwater drilling.
Putin denounces 'pressure' on Belarus as Macron calls for mediation
Vladimir Putin decried "unprecedented external pressure" on Belarus on Tuesday, as French president Emmanual Macron called for European mediation, and UK announced sanctions.
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Europe's week: Failed sanctions and a rebooted migration policy
Sanctions against Belarusian strongman, Alexander Lukashenko, failed to materialise this week, as the EU launched its much anticipated and revamped migration pact.
Belarus: Water cannons deployed to disperse protesters in Minsk
More than 150 people were arrested in demonstrations across Belarus on Wednesday following the secret inauguration of President Alexander Lukashenko, according to a monitoring group.
We are not against sanctions on Belarus, insists Cyprus FM
Cyprus insists it does not oppose sanctions against Belarus but wants similar measures slapped on Turkey.
Turkey tensions should be taken to Hague - Cyprus' Foreign Minister
Cyprus has called for sanctions against Turkey over illegal drilling in the Eastern Mediterranean, but is offering a legal alternative.
'EU's credibility at stake': Warning as Cyprus stops Belarus sanctions
Cyprus has prevented the EU from agreeing on sanctions against Belarus over its disputed presidential election and the subsequent crackdown on protesters, says Brussels' foreign policy chief.
UN approves motion on enhanced human rights scrutiny in Belarus
Representatives from Belarus, Russia, Venezuela and China had attempted to halt statements from civil society and the UN special rapporteur detailing reports of torture and detentions in Belarus.
Ukraine accuses Belarus of stoking tensions over Jewish pilgrims
Tens of thousands of Hasidic Jews travel every Jewish New Year to the central Ukrainian town of Uman to visit the tomb of Rabbi Nahman, the founder of the Breslov Hasidic movement.
EU neighbourhood 'in flames', says Borrell, calling for unity
The bloc's foreign policy chief said ministers will agree on sanctions on Belarus on September 21 while EU leaders will discuss restrictive measures on Turkey on September 24.
Soviet WWII propaganda revised to hail Belarus opposition figure
The artwork has gone viral.
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.
Students in Belarus skip class to protest against President Lukashenko
Scores of people were reported to have been detained with students walked out of classes to march to the education ministry in Belarus' capital Minsk.