Belarusians picket Interpol office in Warsaw
On Thursday, representatives of the Belarusian opposition and activists gathered in front of the building in which the Interpol office is located in the Polish capital city.
Belarusians hold 'Dzyady' commemorative action in Kyiv
Instead of the traditional action at the cemetery in Kurapaty near Minsk, Belarusians gathered to commemorate the repressed in Kyiv.
Belarusians in Vilnius demand IKEA stop cooperation with Lukashenka's regime
It is a joint action conducted in other cities as well
Homiel: Women dressed in white-red stage ‘solidarity readings' on train to show support for senior detainees in Minsk
On September 14, women wearing clothes in white and red colours read books by Belarusian and foreign authors (e.g. George Orwell) when travelling on a train in Homiel region, our readers report.
Belarusian diasporas support compatriots and react to events at home
We have collected photos and messages from diasporas sent to our editorial office
Belarusian authorities put singer Anzhalika Ahurbash on wanted list
Ahurbash criticized the authorities and supported the protesters.
Teenager sentenced for protesting using mouthpiece
Matvey Budnitski was found guilty under Article 342 of the Criminal Code.
White-red-white umbrellas in place: Women’s march in Minsk
The Belarusian police might have been monitoring the situation in the Belarusian capital city, but women and girls still hold marches in Minsk from time to time.
Ninety-eight people convicted for protests in April
In April, human rights activists recognized 39 people as political prisoners.
Belarusian Greens leader Dzmitry Kuchuk put under arrest for 15 days
On April 26, the International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day, unknown people tried to get into the office of the Belarusian Green Party, its leader Dzmitry Kuchuk stopped answering his phone. For hours, there was no information on his whereabouts.
Another harsh sentence on protester: Dzmitry Kubarau gets 7 years in jail for ‘mass riots’
On Wednesday, Frunzenski district court ended hearing the case of political prisoner Dzmitry Kubarau. The young designer was arrested on August, 11.
Trial of protester hit by prison truck starts in Minsk
On March 16, Tsentralny district court started hearing the case of a young man who was hit by a prison truck not far from Minsk Hero City Stele during post-election protests, TUT.by reports. The case is being considered by judge Viktoryia Shabunya who has been repeatedly involved in politically motivated trials.
I Was Being Lucky. Stanislau’s story: ‘120 people in cell of 5*5 metres’
In 2020, Belarus became a country with thousands of detained, beaten, tortured people. In its project ‘I Was Being Lucky’, Belsat TV tells the stories of 21 Belarusians who suffered police brutality.