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Belarus: meet two women who are risking prison to maintain dissent
Meet Sophia and Natallia. They are still openly against the government's continued crackdown on dissent. But their lives are complicated.
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Sergei Tsikhanousky, a popular video blogger, is one of six men standing trial. He is accused of "preparation of mass disorder" and "incitement to hatred".
Belarusian journalist arrested off flight was 'hostage' at briefing
The Belarusian dissident journalist who was arrested after authorities diverted a Ryanair flight to Minsk was present at a foreign ministry press briefing on Monday.
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MEPs debated the situation in Belarus with the EU's High Representative Josep Borrell on Tuesday.
Belarus toughens laws against protesters and 'extremism'
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Belarusian activist stabs himself in court to protest repression
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Belarusian opposition politician sentenced to 7 years in prison
Pavel Seviarynets was sentenced along with six other activists on Tuesday amid international fury over Minsk's forced diversion of a passenger jet to arrest an opposition journalist.
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Belarus opposition calls for new protests and tougher EU sanctions
Belarusians file 'state torture' case against Lukashenko in Germany
Handling of protests excessive but adequate, Belarus FM tells Euronews
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Belarus: Lukashenko claims he foiled US-backed 'coup' as 2 arrested
The Belarusian President said that it was very "the FBI, the CIA" were "most likely" involved in the alleged plot to assassinate him and his family.
Belarus police continue crackdown on protests, making arrests in Minsk
Belarus: Over 200 arrested during Freedom Day protests
The EU's top diplomat warned on Thursday that "we are witnessing a further escalation of repression against the Belarusian people".
European journalists demand release of jailed Belarusian colleagues
More than 50 European journalists' unions on Thursday urged their governments to up the pressure on Belarus to release jailed journalists as the country marks Freedom Day.
Belarus protests: More than 400 convicted, hundreds more still in jail
EU rejects claim that European funds financed Lukashenko's 'goldmine'
A new documentary film alleges that EU funds contributed to financing Lukashenko's regime and his lavish lifestyle. The bloc has rejected the accusations as "completely unfounded and baseless."
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