Belarusian philosopher handed five-year prison term as journalist, blogger go on trial

MINSK -- Well-known Belarusian philosopher Uladzimer Matskevich has been sentenced to five years in prison over his active participation in public events questioning the official results of the August 2020 presidential poll that handed victory to authoritarian ruler Alyaksandr Lukashenka.


Criminal cases initiated against ABW.BY journalists

The criminal investigation was launched against editor-in-chief Yulia Mudreuskaya and the special projects editor Yury Gladchuk, reports


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Aksana Kolb sentenced to 2.5 years of freedom restriction and released from courtroom

On 15 June, the Tsentralny District Court of Minsk pronounced a verdict for Aksana Kolb, Novy Chas editor-in-chief. She got 2.5 years of imprisonment in an open correctional facility.


TUT.BY freelance photographer Yauhen Yerchak detained in Minsk on unknown grounds

Photographer Yauhen Yerchak was detained in Minsk on June 13. A “penitential video” and photos of the search were circulated by pro-government Telegram channels.

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Belarus sentences several activists as crackdown over dissent continues

MINSK -- A court in Minsk has sentenced sociologist Tatsyana Vadalaskaya to a lengthy prison sentence while prosecutors in another case have recommended a harsh sentence for journalist Aksana Kolb on charges related to protests against the disputed results of a presidential election in August 2020 that handed authoritarian ruler Alyaksandr Lukashenka a sixth term in power.