Nasha Niva chief editor Yahor Martsinovich detained as suspect in criminal case

Editor-in-chief of Nasha Niva Yahor Martsinovich is suspected under Article 188 of the Criminal Code (libel). He will spend the next three days in an isolation ward.


Nasha Niva to be fined for the situation around injury of their journalist

Nasha Niva journalist  Natalia Lubneuskaya was wounded on August 10 -- an unknown riot policeman shot her in the leg at close range. The criminal case has still not been started, and the Investigative Committee is still conducting a "chekup".


On Sunday Dzianis Borshch, Siarhei Kazlovich and Mikalai Maminau were detained in Minsk

While covering the March of Justice on Sunday in Minsk,  journalist Dzianis Borshch and blogger of "Not on TV" channel Siarhei Kazlovich were detained in Minsk.


Photogphers get 11 days of jail. They covered the protests, while the court ruled they were protesters

TUT.BY's Uladz Hrydzin and Novy Chas' Alexander Vasukovich were detained on September 13. They spent three days at Akrestsina detention center before the end of the trial.


EFJ welcomes OSCE mission to Belarus

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) welcomes the agreement reached on Thursday at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) to send an international expert mission to Belarus.


Join us in supporting media freedom in Belarus: #BAJ25RAZAM

The EFJ affiliate in Belarus, the Belarusian Association of Journalists (BAJ), celebrates today its 25th anniversary in a particularly hostile context. The EFJ is proud of Belarusian colleagues in their struggle for media freedom and against repression and censorship. We call on all journalists’ organisations and all journalists to show solidarity with colleagues in Belarus. Use the hashtag #BAJ25RAZAM on social networks.

Беларускай асацыяцыі журналістаў — 25 гадоў

Belarusian Association of Journalists celebrates its 25th anniversary!

For 25 years, BAJ has been keeping guard over the rights and interests of our colleagues.


Homiel: Two Belsat TV contributors detained

Larysa Shchyrakova, a Homiel-based Belsat journalist, is currently in the police department.


Investigative Committee: BAJ appeal concerning detention of 47 journalists is “abstract”. Case will not be examined

On August 28, after many journalists were detainedin Minsk and Brest, the Belarusian Association of Journalists addressed the Chairman of the Investigative Committee with a statement asking for initiation of a criminal case on the obstruction of the legitimate professional activity of journalists.