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German Federal Prosecutor's Office launches investigation into Russian war crimes in Ukraine
German Prosecutor’s Office also fears that the number of war crimes by Russia will increase
Pratasevich’s companion Sofia Sapega charged under 7 criminal aricles, case sent to prosecutors
The Belarusian Investigative Committee has completed the investigation into the criminal case against Russian citizen Sofia Sapega. Its materials have been handed over to the prosecutor’s office; then they will be submitted to court.
Criminal case opened against people who chanted ‘Shame’ during sentencing Vitold Ashurak
Hrodna region prosecutor’s office has initiated a criminal case under Part 2 of Art. 339 of the Criminal Code (‘hooliganism committed by a group of persons’), according to Telegram channel Detentions and Trials in Lida.
Brestskaya Hazeta produces extremist materials, authorities claim
But not everyone agrees
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.
To Go and Not Come back… Summary...
Who could imagine how the Belarusian authorities would react to people who were dissatisfied with the regime? Today everyone who does not agree with Lukashenka’s policy is put behind bars. The representatives of law enforcement were given permission to brutally handle people. There are already missing persons. In the first three parts of the documentary, we tried to familiarize the viewers with the victims, now we want to show the results of the investigations. Who will be responsible for the killings, how were investigations and court hearings conducted?
Lukashenka says thanks to prosecutor Alina Kasyanchyk who had hand in convicting Belsat journos
23-year-old Alina Kasyanchyk is notorious for her being involved in political trials in Belarus.
Play which 'condemns fascism' canceled in Hrodna
This was announced by the prosecutor’s office
Belarusian authorities report 400 criminal cases linked to protests
In Belarus, hundreds of criminal cases have been initiated in connection with the post-election protests, the Prosecutor General’s Office of Belarus said on October, 22.
Prosecutor of Minsk: Authorities set to toughen penalty for participating in protests
There might be harsher punishments for taking part in ‘unauthorised rallies’, Aleh Laurukhin, Head of Minsk Prosecutor’s Office, said in a recent interview with state-run TV station CTV.
Minsk prosecutors refuse to report on probe into torture cases in Akrestsin prison
The prosecutor’s office of Minsk is holding back information about their work regarding torture cases in the detention centre in Akrestsin Street in Minsk, the Legal Initiative press service reports.
Hundreds of cases: Interior Ministry vs 'protesting' minors
Administrative proceedings have been recently initiated over 240 minors’ taking to the streets, the presidential administration’s newspaper Belarus Segodnya reports.