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#JournalismIsNotCrime: Belsatters Katsyaryna Andreyeva, Darya Chultsova behind bars for one year Exactly a year ago, pro-Lukashenka forces grabbed our colleagues Katsyaryna…

Polish festival reserves seats for imprisoned journalists Places for Belarusian journalists, who are now behind bars, were reserved at…

Intimidation instead of law: How Belarusian authorities criminalize access to truth The Ministry of Internal Affairs recognized groups of citizens united by…

Belarus authorities declare Belsat ‘extremist formation’ The citizens who are ‘united with the help of Belsat Internet resources’…

Free Media Awards 2021 go to jailed Belsatters Katsyaryna Andreyeva, Darya Chultsova, other Belarusian journos As it was revealed in August, five Belarusian journalists and…

Belsat journo, her husband get 15 days in jail each over links to ‘extemist’ materials on Facebook A hearing of the cases of Iryna Slaunikava, a former…

Journalist Iryna Slaunikava arrested at airport Iryna and her husband boarded the plane in Egypt but did not leave…

Belsat journalists awarded ‘Prize for the Freedom and Future of the Media’ in absentia The ceremony took place in Leipzig, Germany

Mahiliou: Local guide Aleh Dzyachkou arrested for 15 days for sharing Belsat materials on web Aleh Dzyachkou, Chairman of the Mahiliou branch of the Belarusian…

Belarusian authorities put Belsat on country’s list of extremist materials The Belarusian Information Ministry has added Belsat's information products to the…

Belarusian security forces launch large-scale raid on Belsat TV contributors On Friday morning, security forces came for a number of Belarusian…

Belsat ready to broadcast European Football Championship "We are ready to take any broadcasts of sports events that they…

Belsat gets third ‘silver button’ from Youtube The next step is the Golden Button for a million subscribers. Can we…

The host of the “Frankly Speaking” program left Belarus for security reasons. Now her relatives are being persecuted

Police censor Ihar Losik’s correspondence from jail The blogger remains behind bars for 300 days