Journalists behind bars
sentenced to 5 years
sentenced to 5 years
sentenced to 8 years
Belsat's satirical program has been classified as extremist in Belarus.
It means that sharing and commenting on the content of the program is now punishable.
The Russian editorial office of Belsat - Vot Tak - recognized as a "foreign agent" in Russia
Vot Tak portal, in its opinion, was against the special military operation in Ukraine.
Sum of all Belsat’s funerals
Review of Lukashenka’s propaganda about Poland. Special edition.
The Supreme Court leaves Belsat TV journalist in jail. And changes the charge
The sentence of eight years and three months in prison remained in force, but as Ihar Ilyas emphasizes, the court corrected the prosecution’s formula.
Belsat journalist Darya Chultsova released after two years in penal colony
She spent two years in a penal colony with an obligation to work.
European Commission: sentencing of Iryna Slaunikava shows that the regime wants to silence independent journalism
European Commission spokesman Peter Stano has reacted to the sentencing of Iryna Slaunikava.
Will TVP journalist be sentenced on Thursday in Belarus?
Here’s a conversation with the journalist’s father, Alyaksandr Slaunikau, about the trial.
Belsat journalist sentenced to 8 years for 'high treason'
The first hearing in the new case against our journalist was held on July 4.
Journalist Iryna Slaunikava to face trial on June 23
The trial is to start at 10 am in the Homiel Regional Court.
TVP journalist to stand trial in Lukashenka's court. TVP Info spoke with her father
Belarusian journalist Iryna Slaunikava has been in Belarusian custody for six months.
Imprisoned Belsat journalist charged again and facing lengthy sentence
Katsyaryna Andreyeva is to stand trial again.
Photographer Ulad Hrydzin tried and punished for disobeying police during search
Hrydzin was in the thick of 2020 protests
Police raid journos’ places, editorial office in Mahiliou region
The place of Byalynichy-based journalist Barys Vyrvich was searched on Friday morning, the human rights centre Viasna reports.