Journalist Mikhail Karnevich detained in Hrodna
As of today, there are 33 journalists behind bars.
Hrodna blogger Vadimati sentenced to 3 years in prison
On December 21, Shchuchyn district court completed hearing the case of Hrodna-based blogger Vadzim ‘Vadimati’ Yermashuk who has been behind bars for over four months.
International Secretary of Belarusian Social Democratic Party detained in Hrodna
Earlier, he had been fired from the university
Another administrative case filed against jailed Hrodna blogger Vadimati
Blogger Vadzim Yermashuk aka Vadimati is reported to stand trial over an administrative case for the fourth time.
One more week in punitive confinement imposed on political prisoner Dzyanis Ivashyn
Hrodna journalist Dzyanis Ivashyn has been behind bars for 228 days. He has not been given letters for a long time.
Case of political prisoner Artsyom Bayarski transferred to prosecutor's office
On March 24th, Artsyom was detained for the second time
Authorities set to block news website
The prosecutor’s office of Hrodna region has decided to restrict access to the popular Internet portal Hrodna.Life.
Several criminal cases may be launched against Hrodna blogger Vadimati who is now under arrest
On September 14, a Telegram channel close to Belarusian law enforcement agencies reported that a criminal case was opened against blogger Vadzim Yermashuk, reports.
Russian military to create Russian-Belarusian combat training center in Hrodna
On September 3, Russian planes are expected to arrive at the airfield in Baranavichy.
Police arrive at meeting of Polish teachers in Hrodna
The Union of Poles in Belarus is a large non-governmental organization with branches in dozens of Belarusian towns and villages.
Hrodna: Web design studio Iquadart raided, director detained
According to our own information, camouflaged officers was raiding the Iquadart studio on Budzyonny Street for several hours on Wednesday.
Hrodna blogger Vadimati gets 25 days in jail, his sister interrogated as witness in criminal case
On August 19, Hrodna-based blogger Vadzim Yermashuk aka Vadimati was sentenced to 25 days in jail today for allegedly calling for taking part in an unofficial sports event at a skate playground in the town of Shchuchyn.