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Ryanair plane diversion: Journalist's girlfriend gets 6-year jail term
Sofia Sapega and Protasevich were arrested in 2021 after their flight from Athens to Vilnius was diverted by a Belarusian MiG-29 fighter jet to Minsk.
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Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko has been talking about the war in Ukraine and the use of nuclear weapons in the conflict.
Belarus' first president Stanislav Shushkevich dies aged 87
Shushkevich is best known for informing Mikhail Gorbachev about the end of the Soviet Union and leading Belarus to independence.
Belarus votes to ditch 'nuclear-free' status in disputed referendum
Opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya told Euronews that the result was a "threat" to the whole of Europe.
Russia launches massive drills of its nuclear forces
Russia said it launched a massive drill of its strategic nuclear forces on Saturday, amid tensions with Ukraine
Belarus ready to host 'nuclear weapons' in case of Western threat
Belarus had declared itself a nuclear-free zone after the break of the former Soviet Union in 1991.
Russia's Putin and Belarus' Lukashenko play hockey after talks
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko play ice hockey after holding diplomatic talks.
Belarus unveils constitutional changes to extend Lukashenko's rule
The amendments will be up for a referendum, scheduled for February 2022, and will be considered approved if more than 50% vote for them, with a turnout threshold at 50%.
Meet the NGO turning to cryptocurrencies to help desperate Belarusians
“The government has blocked all the classical ways of getting money into the country, so we had to find an alternative."
Belarus opposition leader's husband given 18-year jail term
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya said her husband -- a blogger and critic of disputed president Alexander Lukashenko -- was given the sentence on Tuesday.
Belarus imposes retaliatory sanctions on EU and UK airlines
Belarus said it would also ban imports of Western goods from countries that imposed sanctions on Minsk.
Belarus threatens to retaliate against latest EU and US sanctions
Minsk has admitted the latest sanctions on airliners and travel companies will "economically stifle" the country.
Lukashenko accuses Lithuania of dumping dead bodies in Belarus
He has tried to cast the tensions over migrants as part of a Western plot against Belarus and Russia.
Belarus will not force migrants to return home, says Lukashenko
Lukashenko made his first public appearance at the Polish border since the start of the crisis.
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.
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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.
Poland confirms Belarus border camp cleared as migrants given shelter
The latest moves are being seen as a sign that Lukashenko is now keen to defuse the crisis the EU and the West accuse him of orchestrating.
Belarus: Iraqi migrants caught in border tensions fly home
374 Iraqi migrants boarded the first repatriation flight that left Minsk on Thursday amid severe border tensions with Poland.
Lukashenko and Merkel agree to EU talks over Belarus migrant crisis
The announcement for Belarus-EU negotiations comes a day after the bloc announced it would issue a fifth raft of sanctions over the border crisis.
Belarus: A non-standard situation demands non-standard tools | View
Sanctions won't be enough to resolve the political crisis in Belarus. International non-recognition and the opening of criminal cases need to follow the upcoming Vienna Conference, says diplomat and opposition figure Pavel Latushka
Migrant rescue operations decrease on Poland-Belarus border
A state of emergency in Poland has prevented aid workers and journalists from getting to the border with Belarus.
Belarus state airline Belavia and Turkey move to stop migrant flights
Belarus' Belavia airline and Turkey say Iraqis, Syrians and Yemenis are to be banned from flying to Belarus from Turkey as of Friday.
Belarus: Lukashenko threatens to cut gas supplies over EU sanctions
Belarus' autocratic leader has suggested he may halt gas supplies from Russia to Europe via its territory.
Belarus border chaos a 'hybrid attack not a migration crisis': VDL
The European Commission president vowed to protect democracies and threatened sanctions against countries found to be aiding Lukashenko's efforts to damage the EU.
Poland-Belarus: Putin behind migrant crisis at border, says Morawiecki
Poland's prime minister accused the Russian president of orchestrating the influx of migrants attempting to cross from Belarus, in a parliamentary debate on Tuesday.
French ambassador ordered to leave Belarus, embassy says
France's embassy did not give a reason for Nicolas de Bouillane's expulsion by the Belarusian foreign ministry.