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Belarusian Olympians in Beijing allowed to talk only to 'right' media
Will the Tsimanouskaya scenario repeat?
Nasha Niva declared ‘extremist formation’
The ‘group of citizens from among the private firm Surodzichy’ has been recognised as ‘an extremist group united through Internet resources, including social networks and messengers’, the Belarusian Interior Ministry reports.
Russian news agency Interfax closes its office in Belarus
It will not operate starting from January 1
British medical drugs manufacturer refuses to advertise on Belarusian state TV
There have been no ads for over a month.
Polish festival reserves seats for imprisoned journalists
Places for Belarusian journalists, who are now behind bars, were reserved at a festival organized by Polish Television
35 OSCE states invoke Vienna Mechanism in relation to serious human rights violations in Belarus
On November 4, Neil Bush, Head of the United Kingdom’s Delegation to the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe, delivered a statement on behalf of 35 OSCE states to invoke the Vienna Mechanism in relation to serious human rights violations in Belarus.
State newspaper publishes caricature of Catholics. Catholic Church responds
The cartoon may have evidence of a crime
Green Portal editor-in-chief released after spending three days behind bars
Yanina Melnikava, editor-in-chief of Green Portal (, was released on Monday afternoon.
07.09.2021 blocked in Belarus
A decision to this effect was made by the Ministry of Information
Minsk: Police searching homes of BelaPAN journos, several employees detained
On Wednesday morning, Belarusian security forces made unexpected visits to a number of contributors to the independent news agency BelaPAN, reports.
18.08.2021 turns off comments fearing repression
There were often hundreds of comments under the ‘Onliner’ news
Authorities release several journos, activists detained in recent ‘operation’. Nasha Niva employees still in jail
On July 11, detained Belsat TV journalist Zmitser Lupach and activist Alyaksandr Sharabayka were released from prison. The three-day term, during which the detainees were to be informed whether a criminal case was instituted against them, expired.