The city of Minsk is set to host the second ever European Games in late June. The organisers give a glimpse into what one can expect from one of the biggest sporting events in Europe.
The once immense primeval forest is home to the European bison, the heaviest surviving wild land animal in Europe.
It took Oktyabrskaya Street five years to go from being an industrial area on the outskirts of Minsk to getting its own tourist map, thanks to its impressive pieces of street art by both Brazilian and Belarusian urban artists.
In the heart of Belarus, there lies a castle of truly unique architectural design.
Focus looks at how Belarus capital Minsk is gearing up for the European Games, readying transport and venues which are set to leave a lasting legacy.
In the latest episode of Metropolitans, Euronews reporter Damon Embling visits Minsk – the capital of Belarus – as it gears up to host this summer’s European Games. Thousands are expected to visit the city. But what awaits them?
Zmitser Dashkevich was reportedly held in Minsk after calling President Lukashenko an "impostor".
Building workers in Belarus have uncovered the remains of almost 800 bodies in a mass grave at a site of a former Jewish ghetto
Soldiers in Belarus have unearthed the bones of hundreds of people shot during World War Two from a mass grave discovered at the site of a ghetto where Jews lived under the Nazis.
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko has dismissed the country's prime minister and other top ministers, the presidential press service said on Saturday, in the biggest government reshuffle since 2014.
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko has dismissed the country’s prime minister and other top ministers, the presidential press service said on Saturday, in the biggest government reshuffle since 2014.
70-year-old Hubert Wirth is driving over 2500 kilometres to cheer on his team at the World Cup in Moscow.
Attitudes towards LGBT people have hardened in Belarus in recent years, human rights defenders say.
Belarus is gambling its future on an information technology economic boom.
A unique underground production company, 'Belarus Free Theatre', in the Belarusian capital city, Minsk, is trying to change people's perceptions of modern society with its performances.
Is Belarus slowly transitioning towards more democracy or keeping with its autocratic ways under the iron-fist, 24-year long rule of president Lukashenko?
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.
Insiders reporter Valérie Gauriat went to Belarus, where the thirst for democracy is trying to crack the wall of the country's autocratic regime.
Pavlo Sharoyko accused of recruiting network of informants in Belarus for Ukrainian Defence Ministry.
Belarussian protesters march through Minsk to commemorate the thousands of who were executed and buried during Stalin's "Great Terror".
A criminal inquiry is underway after 100 children in homes in Minsk were discovered seriously malnourished and suffering from neglect.
Police in Belarus have raided the offices of an independent TV channel in Minsk, seizing equipment and detaining at least one cameraman.
As people continue to gather in Belarus to demonstrate against the government, an opposition leader has been released after three days in custody.
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