Tagged With Belarus

A leaked recording exposed how Belarus' KGB plans its assassinations in Europe


I've seen what happens when a president refuses to give up power, as Trump has repeatedly hinted he might


Women in Belarus are helping activists build a database of security officers' identities by ripping off their balaclavas and riot helmets at protests



Lukashenko's love of being photographed with guns suggests he might be worried about the loyalty of his inner circle


Putin is using RT to double down in Belarus: 'If you arrest the right 500 people, the other 100,000 won't show up'


Dramatic video shows flower-waving Belarusian women bursting through a police cordon as Minsk protests intensify



How Ukraine's audacious secret service successfully scammed Putin and his mercenaries


Trump must tell Putin to stay out of Belarus, says his former national security adviser John Bolton


Putin has no clear options in Belarus


Vladimir Putin has offered to send military assistance to support Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko as up to 200,000 protesters gather to demand his removal


Video shows Belarus riot police lowering their shields and being hugged by protesters, as 'Europe's last dictator' clings to power


Belarus said it will release detained protesters after reports of torture and police brutality at demonstrations over its contentious election result



Belarus state TV broadcast chilling footage of bruised protesters promising to give up after the election was widely condemned as rigged


The Belarus opposition leader reappeared in neighbouring Lithuania after challenging its election result. Reports say she left as a deal to get her chief of staff out of jail.


The arrest of 33 Russian mercenaries amid election chaos in Belarus is testing Putin's patience


Belarus erupts in protest after opposition alleges rigged election



Europe's last dictator got COVID-19 after telling people they could avoid it by drinking vodka and going to the sauna


Plastic partitions, temperature checks, and socially distanced classrooms: How countries are reopening schools following coronavirus closures


Eastern Europe is recording lower coronavirus infections and lifting lockdowns earlier than their richer, more developed Western European counterparts. Here's why.


Photos show what daily life is really like inside Chernobyl's exclusion zone, one of the most polluted areas in the world