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The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) said "it is currently impossible to ensure the welfare of teams, spectators and officials while holding a World Championship in Belarus."
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Dozens detained in Minsk as Belarusian protesters use new tactics
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.
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Dozens of small rallies took place all over the capital Minsk on Sunday, on the 18th consecutive weekend of anti-Lukashenko protests.
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Rights groups say hundreds of protesters have been arrested in Belarus as weekly demonstrations against President Alexander Lukashenko continue.
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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
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Dozens detained in Belarus anti-government protest
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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
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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.
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