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Dozens of people were detained in the Belarusian capital on Sunday during anti-government protests, which have raged for over four months in the country.
Belarus: 300 more held as opposition continues small-protest strategy
Dozens of small rallies took place all over the capital Minsk on Sunday, on the 18th consecutive weekend of anti-Lukashenko protests.
Hundreds detained in latest anti-government demos in Belarus
Rights groups say hundreds of protesters have been arrested in Belarus as weekly demonstrations against President Alexander Lukashenko continue.
Belarus opens first nuclear power plant amid criticism from Lithuania
Lithuanian officials say the Astravyets plant, which is close to its own capital city, has been plagued by accidents and mistreatment of workers
Belarus: 100,000 take to the streets to protest against Lukashenko
Protesters gathered in central Minsk for the ninth consecutive Sunday rally against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
Students in Belarus skip class to protest against President Lukashenko
Scores of people were reported to have been detained with students walked out of classes to march to the education ministry in Belarus' capital Minsk.
Dozens detained in Belarus anti-government protest
Thousands took to the streets in a third weekend of rallies against President Lukashenko.
Family of dead Belarus protestor speaks out
Euronews has obtained medical documents that contradict the official narrative of Aleksandr Taraikovsky's death.
Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters gather in Minsk
Tens of thousands of people marched in Belarus against authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko.
How has Belarus changed since 'Europe's last dictator' came to power?
Euronews has been out on the streets of Belarus to ask citizens how they think their country has changed since "Europe's last dictator" came to power 26 years ago.
Belarus: Hundreds protest in Minsk against President Lukashenko
Demonstrators wore facemasks in defiance and carried slippers, joining opposition activists' calls to "smash the cockroach".
Mass protests in Belarus over president's meeting with Putin
Demonstrators gather in Minsk in Belarus to protest against closer ties with Russia.
Belarus set to benefit from the Silk Road of the 21st Century
Belarus, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, is set to benefit from the Silk Road of the 21st Century.
Step back in time and experience a Middle Ages village in Belarus
Authentic historical artefacts, including traditional clothes, baskets and entire houses, were brought from different regions that now make up Belarus. The village consists of a church, a school, a barn, a blacksmith shop, a windmill, farmsteads and a tavern.
Take a look at Belarus as it prepares for the European Games
On June 21 at Minsk, the opening ceremony will be broadcast to more than a hundred countries. More than 500 artists will be involved, including world-renowned stars such as the opera soprano Anna Netrebko. Dynamo Stadium has been completely renovated for this event.
Road to Minsk 2019: preparations for the second European Games
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.
Minsk gears up for European Games
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.
Metropolitans | Minsk - a tour of the Belarusian capital
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?
Belarus: Eastern Europe's digital dream?
Belarus is gambling its future on an information technology economic boom.
Protests in Belarus over 'social parasite tax'
Street protests in Belarus against a new tax on part-time workers spread on Sunday from Minsk to other towns.
Russia defends decision to recognise rebel passports in eastern Ukraine
The RIA news agency quotes the Russian Foreign Ministry as saying the order is temporary. Russian officials are also quoted as saying the order corresponds with international law.
The Brief from Brussels: Leaders meet to discuss Ukraine
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Belarus activists risk the wrath of Lukashenko over flag
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Ukraine will observe Donbass ceasefire, says German FM
Ukraine guarantees to observe a ceasefire in the country’s war-torn eastern region of Donbass for at least seven days, according to Germany’s foreign minister who made the announcement after a meeting
Work 'urgently needed' to resolve Ukraine crisis - German FM
The German foreign minister has voiced his dissatisfaction over the slow pace of progress in resolving the conflict in the war-torn east of Ukraine, saying that progress was urgently…