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UK and Russia ministers clash amid drive to ease Ukraine tensions
Visiting Moscow, the UK's foreign minister called on Russia to"desist from threats" over Ukraine, while her Russian counterpart rejected Western "moralising" as a "road to nowhere".
Skier flees Belarus for Poland after Winter Olympics ban
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New U.S. sanctions for Belarus officials over crackdown on dissidents
The U.S. State Department said it was acting in support of figures like sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who is now in Poland after avoiding repatriation over Belarus criticism at the 2021 Olympics.
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Poland starts construction of €350 million border fence with Belarus
The construction of the 186-km fence is expected to be completed in June.
US charges Belarus with air piracy in reporter's arrest
Raman Pratasevich was arrested after his Ryanair flight from Athens to Vilnius was diverted to Minsk with Belarusian authorities claiming it was over a bomb threat.
Polish court slams government for restricting media at Belarus border
Poland declared a state of emergency near the Belarusian border as thousands of migrants attempted to enter the EU last year.
Group arrested over multi-million-euro migrant trafficking in Poland
Polish border guards have detained several people accused of trafficking migrants from the Polish-Belarusian border towards western Europe.
Is Europe turning its back on Belarusians fleeing Lukashenko's regime?
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Polish MEP sued for accusing border guards of excessive violence
Poland's Border Guards say the alleged instance of violence was "staged" by activists.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko play ice hockey after holding diplomatic talks.
Migration back to the forefront of EU politics in 2021
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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%.
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“The government has blocked all the classical ways of getting money into the country, so we had to find an alternative."
Police uncover 455 social accounts encouraging Belarus-to-EU migrants
The social media accounts promoted illegal immigration by advertising the sale of counterfeit ID documents and visas or illegal transportation services.
Kramarenko's experimental rhythmic gymnastics triumph
The first-ever experimental rhythmic gymnastics international tournament “Divine Grace” has reached a triumphant conclusion in Moscow.
Human pawns: the migrants trapped in a geo-political chess game
In this Witness, Euronews Valerie Gauriat reports from the border between Poland and Belarus, meeting the migrants stuck in a geo-political standoff between Minsk, Warsaw and the rest of the EU.
Sanctions needed before any Russian invasion, says Ukrainian president
EU leaders hosted leaders from Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova, Armenia and Azerbaijan in Brussels on Wednesday.
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.
Polish investigation refutes Belarusian claims about diverted flight
The plane was diverted to Minsk, where Belarusian opposition figure and journalist Roman Protasevich was arrested.
Hungary gives visa to Belarusian official expelled from Czech Republic
Vladimir Bazanov was arrested last month for illegally entering Czech territory, police said.
'Bleak year': Number of jailed journalists hits record high, says NGO
There were 293 journalists jailed for their work over the past twelve months, up from 280 in 2020.
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.