Belarus

23 July 2018
Belarusian Media: Between the State and the Nosy Neighbor Premium

Lukashenka’s government is steadily enlarging its sphere of control over domestic media while trying to limit Russian influence.

By Veranika Laputska
 
2 July 2018
Russia, Belarus, and Turkmenistan Among Worst Human Trafficking Offenders in the World Premium

U.S. State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons report can result in penalties limiting access to international assistance.

 
2 July 2018
Belarusian Holocaust Memorial Sheds Light on Neglected History Premium

After decades of keeping silent about the largest World War II-era concentration camp on its territory, Belarus unveils memorial in Maly Trostenets.

 
12 June 2018
Belarusian Leader Mulls Controls on Russian Border Premium

Move would undermine years of free movement between Russia and one of its most compliant neighbors.

 
18 May 2018
Maradona Heads for Belarus

The Argentine football legend’s career takes another startling twist.

 
9 May 2018
Chernobyl Brought Italy and Belarus Closer Together
Their approach could do the same for other nations. From the Conversation.
By Ekatherina Zhukova
 
20 April 2018
Belarus Turns the Screws on Online Media Premium

Journalists push back against proposed amendments that would complicate the work of online reporters and impose restrictions on social media users.

 
4 April 2018
Vloggers With a Cause
Belarusian YouTube vloggers are free to talk about what they want – at their own risk. From Belarus Digest.
By Olga Hryniuk
 
23 March 2018
Belarus Sticks to Death Penalty Over Europe’s Displeasure Premium

More than 400 convicts have been put to death since 1990, rights activists say.

 
13 February 2018
Closed-Door Spy Trial Begins in Belarus Premium

KGB accuses Pavlo Sharoyko of spying for Ukrainian military intelligence.

 

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