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Alyaksandr Lukashenka's hybrid aggression is just the beginning. Is Russia preparing for a big war?
Can Lukashenka start an armed conflict?
Over 1,850 people in Polish refugee camps, Polish Border Guard Captain says
Polish Border Guard cannot establish contact with the Belarusian side
Merkel's likely successor supports new sanctions against Lukashenka
It is about a bad dictator in Belarus
We explain why migrants go to Germany through Belarus and what authorities say
The migration crisis has been going on since May
Migrants stopped on border will be given humanitarian aid, Lithuanian Interior Ministry says
The package will include dry rations, water, and necessities
Gas explosion on Polish-Belarusian border leaves person injured
The accident was caused by a discharge from a sewage well
Lithuania reports new wave of migrants coming from Belarus
October 23, Lithuanian border guards refused to let 183 foreigners from Belarus, Delfi reports
Polish and Lithuanian prime ministers comment on border crisis
According to them, there are more than 10 thousand migrants in Belarus
Belarusian government eases border restrictions
It can only be done once every three months
President of Poland issues decree on state of emergency on border with Belarus
It will cover a three-kilometer strip from the border with Belarus
Two convicts in 'roundhouse case' brutally detained while trying to escape to Ukraine
They beat people lying down, “interrogated” them on camera with their hands broken, and it was shown on state television
Night in neutral zone. Reportage about migrants on Lithuanian-Belarusian border
Since the beginning of 2021, over 2,000 migrants have been detained at the Lithuanian-Belarusian border. These are citizens of, among others, Iraq, Congo, Cameroon, Guinea, Iran, who are brought to the neutral zone on the direct instructions of Alyaksandr Lukashenka.
Lithuanian border guards detain 47 more people on border with Belarus
Those detained in the last two days identified themselves as nationals of Iraq, India, Gambia, Guinea and Morocco. They had no documents. Their identities have not yet been established, according to the Lithuanian State Security Bureau.