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06.12.2021

Belarusian Journalist's Family Says He's Still Waiting For His Release From Jail

MINSK -- Authorities in Belarus have failed to release a freelance journalist who has worked for RFE/RL’s Belarus Service even though the 10-day jail term he was handed on a controversial hooliganism charge ended on December 6.

02.12.2021

MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER № 3 (65) 2021. Restriction of freedom of media on the web

  MASS MEDIA IN BELARUS. E-NEWSLETTER No.2 (64) 2021. Special Issue PERSECUTION OF MASS MEDIA AND JOURNALISTS IN 2021. Part І

01.12.2021

Winter in Belarus starts with massive searches

Early in the morning of December 1, law enforcers searched human rights activists and journalists.

01.12.2021

Belarusian Journalist Jailed For 10 Days Amid Ongoing Media Crackdown

A freelance journalist who has worked for RFE/RL's Belarus Service has been sentenced to 10 days in jail on hooliganism charges as authoritarian leader Alyaksandr Lukashenka continues his crackdown on independent media.

29.11.2021

BAJ wins National Prize of Ukraine for Protection of Freedom of Speech

The Belarusian Association of Journalists has won the Ihor Lubchenko National Prize for the Protection of Freedom of Speech. This decision was made by the Secretariat of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine.

26.11.2021

Belarusian Journalist Detained As Media Crackdown Continues

A journalist who has worked for RFE/RL as a freelancer has been detained in Minsk, his wife said, amid an intensifying crackdown on independent media by the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka.

22.11.2021

Belarusian Media Under Threat: What to do and What Support is Needed? Discussion. November 25, registration

Belarusian Media Under Threat: What to do and What Support is Needed?

18.11.2021

BelaPAN editor-in-chief Iryna Leushyna and ex-director Dzmitry Navazhylau charged with “creating an extremist formation”

BelaPAN was recognized as an “extremist formation” by the authorities on November 1.

12.11.2021

BelaPAN news agency recognized as extremist group

The decision to assign BelaPAN the status of “extremist formation” was made by the State Security Committee on November 1. The website of the agency or the state media never reported about it.