Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Tuesday a "fifth column" was plotting to overthrow him with the help of foreign-backed fighters, days before a planned street protest in Minsk against a new tax. DNA, 6 days ago
Dozens arrested in Belarus crackdown - Business Standard, 4 days ago
Belarus tries 50 protestors in anti-Lukashenko rallies - DNA, 1 week ago
Police in Belarus' capital have arrested demonstrators who were demanding to know the whereabouts of friends and relatives detained in the breakup of a mass protest. The human rights organisation Vesna said about 30 people were arrested today. They were among ...Business Standard, 2 days ago Belarus police arrest over 400 protesters; many are beaten Business Standard, 2 days ago Several thousand in rare march against Belarus leader Business Standard, 1 week ago
A Belarusian human rights group said three top figures from country's beleaguered political opposition have been sentenced to 15 days in jail following an unauthorised protest. The Vesna group said today that 10 other protesters were given sentences of three ...Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
By Pawel Sobczak, Lidia Kelly and Justyna Pawlak | WARSAW WARSAW Poland is trying to improve relations with its eastern neighbour Belarus in the hope of also reviving the European Union's dormant Eastern Partnership initiative that targets six former ...First Post.com, 1 month ago
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