pressure on journalists

Radio Liberty journalist Hruzdzilovich detained
Radio Liberty in Belarus has been labeled an “extremist formation”
Belarusian political prisoner Andrzej Poczobut recognised Journalist of Year 2021 by Polish magazine Press
Andrzej Poczobut, a Hrodna-based reporter for the newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza and Belarusian political prisoner of Polish descent, was awarded the title of Journalist of the Year 2021 at the Polish journalistic contest Grand Press. For the first time, he got the title of the Journalist of the Year in 2011. Then he was a prisoner of conscience too.
Radio Liberty freelancer detained in Minsk, his apartment searched and equipment seized
The same day the telegram channel of the media was hacked
‘Preventive talk’: Brest police in search of Belsat TV journo who had to leave Belarus two months ago
An officer of Maskouski police department of Brest is looking for Belsat Tv Ales Lyauchuk in order to conduct a so called preventive conversation with him.
Former Tribuna journalist Maslouski sentenced to jail for 'extremist materials'
Tribuna was previously added to the list of “extremist” media outlets
Court upholds liquidation of Hrodna Life Media Ltd
According to court decision, the founders will be obliged to liquidate Hrodna Life Media by November 30, reports
Blogger Pavel Vinahradau ‘re-detained’ after spending 45 days in custody
On August 19, Pavel Vinahradau, an author of one of Belsat TV satirical shows and former political prisoner, was detained for 72 hours, his wife Svyatlana said on Facebook.
Detained BelaPAN employees recognized as political prisoners
They are detained on criminal charges for “organizing or preparing actions that grossly violate public order”.
From satellite dishes dismantling to ‘extremism’: 13 years of Lukashenka regime's attempts to bring down Belsat
Belsat TV channel started broadcasting on December 10, 2007. Even before the broadcast, in April 2007, Alyaksandr Lukashenka voiced his attitude to Belsat, calling it a “stupid and hostile” project. Therefore, from the very beginning, the authorities saw the journalists of the TV channel as enemies. recollects the history of the TV channel persecution.
Belsat officially declared extremist in Belarus
Interior Ministry spokeswoman Volha Chamadanava reported on the decision to declare Belsat extremist in Telegram.
Nasha Niva: Editor-in-chief Yahor Martsinovich was beaten during detention, deprived of food
The popular Belarusian media outlet Nasha Niva revealed new details about Thursday’s detention of its contributors.