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Swiss-Belarusian ‘political prisoner’ freed after 17 months
The 52-year-old was arrested in September 2020 for taking part in opposition demonstrations in Belarus.
Skier flees Belarus for Poland after Winter Olympics ban
Her coach and father, Sergei Dolidovich, has been supportive of Belarus' opposition.
Prominent Belarusian journalist Siarhei Satsuk arrested
Satsuk is the 30th journalist, who is currently in custody in Belarus, either awaiting trial or serving a sentence.
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.
Belarusian Olympic skier and Lukashenko critic fined over protest
Aliaksandra Ramanouskaya was charged with attending banned mass rallies, according to the Belarusian Sport Solidarity Foundation.
Belsat TV's followers are 'extremist', says Belarus' Interior Ministry
Citizens who follow "extremist" organisations can face up to seven years in prison.
Belarus threatens to criminalise certain social media channels
Belarus' Main Directorate for Fighting Organised Crime has said that citizens who subscribe to "extremist Telegram channels and chats" are also criminally liable.
Belarusian hacktivists claim drone attack on Minsk riot police base
Footage of the incident showed loud bangs and flashes emanating from part of the compound.
Dozens 'likely arrested for social media posts' on Belarus shootout
A KGB officer and a man, believed to be a supporter of Belarus' opposition movement, died in the gunfight on Tuesday.
Belarus hits back at EU and announces vote on a new constitution
Critics say the new constitution could further cement President Lukashenko's grip on power after months of mass protests.
EU 'stands in solidarity' with Latvia, Lithuania and Poland over Belarus
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said that Alexander Lukashenko was "cynically" using migrants and refugees to damage Belarus' neighbours.
Belarus to receive large batch of weapons from Russia, says Lukashenko
President Alexander Lukashenko says Belarus will soon receive dozens of combat jets, helicopters, and air defense missile systems from Russia.
Belarus carries out fresh raids at private news agency belaPAN
Belarus police searched and detained employees of the independent news agency belaPAN in an escalating crackdown on the media.
Belarusian activist sentenced, weeks after stabbing himself in court
Stsiapan Latypau was reportedly given an eight-a-and-half-year sentence after his trial resumed on Monday.
Belarusian authorities detain over 20 in new wave of arrests
According to the Viasna Human Rights Centre, there are currently 631 political prisoners in the country.
Belarus Olympic runner used Google Translate to alert Tokyo police
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who arrived in Poland on Wednesday, says the translation app helped convince Japanese police she was in danger.
Jailed Belarus journalist needs urgent hospital care, says press union
Andrei Skurko was arrested earlier this month when authorities raided prominent Nasha Niva newspaper. He has reportedly been infected with COVID-19 while in detention.
Joe Biden pledges support for Belarusians after Tsikhanouskaya visit
US President Joe Biden has spoken of his support for Belarusian pro-democracy forces after a White House meeting with the country's main opposition leader, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya.
Belarus extends crackdown on opposition and independent media
Among those targeted on Friday were journalists linked to the Polish TV channel, Belsat, and the US-funded RFE/RL broadcaster.
Activists detained amid raids at human rights NGOs in Belarus
The Viasna human rights centre has stated that Belarusian security forces have searched its offices and arrested several activists.
Belarus targets leading opposition news website Nasha Niva
Belarusian authorities have blocked the website of a leading online media outlet and detained several of its journalists.
Former Belarusian presidential candidate given 14-year prison sentence
A court in Belarus has jailed former presidential contender Viktor Babariko for 14 years on corruption charges, which have been widely seen as politically motivated.
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.
Belarusian opposition Twitter accounts suspended 'in error'
Twitter accounts claiming to be "Belarusian People's Embassies" have been mistakenly suspended by the social network.
Trial of Sergei Tsikhanousky, Sviatlana's husband, opens in Belarus
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.