Critics of Lukashenko protest policies span Belarus political spectrum

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U.S. stands with EU to push for new election in Belarus

The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights issued a statement this week citing at least 450 documented cases
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Ziankovich is a lawyer with U.S. citizenship

For more than a decade, Ziankovich had lived in the United States, where he gained political asylum and then citizenship, and ran a law practice from Texas.
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Country Summary

Belarusian authorities have detained tens of thousands of individuals, including U.S. citizens, for alleged affiliations with opposition parties and alleged participation in political demonstrations.
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The latest news in entertainment from Belarus, including folk culture, celebrities, movies, music, books and TV reviews.


Belarusian Live Music Concert

NEW! Solidarity Concert 'Live Long Belarus'. Greatest live performances of all time. Mix concert YouTube

By: Belarusians Abroad Premiered Feb 6, 2021


Live stream concert of the medieval music band

LIVE STREAM | Stary Olsa – Early Music Day 2020
By: Stary Olsa Streamed live on Mar 21, 2020


Friday Night Live Music in no lockdown Minsk, Belarus

I joined fellow vlogger Andrei Burdenkov for a night of food, beer, cocktails and live music
By: Irish Partizan Feb 28, 2021
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Business News from MegaBelarus

The EU and US have both imposed harsh sanctions on Belarus in protest over the brutal crackdown and Stalinesque repression that followed the elections as Lukashenko attempts to cling to power. After all, it’s not just about Belarus. The regime has become a security problem for all of Europe.


Advertising Scandal

Now advertising has come into focus as yet another example of western companies ignoring the plight of the Belarusian population for the sake of their bottom line.


The Washington Post

Biden promised to support democracy. He now has an opportunity with Belarus to show he means business.


Kremlin Would be Happy

Nobody knows exactly how any new wave of Russian economic expansion in Belarus would be organized.
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And the world has united around us.

The regime, to be sure, could try to buy time for itself - by imitating reform and trying to trade the release of political prisoners for a softening of sanctions, as some state diplomats have suggested. The world should not be fooled. Instead, through strong and united support, the democratic nations across the globe can help Belarus step out of dictatorship and into freedom.

UEFA Could Have Picked any Neutral Venue

UEFA had to move the qualifier on September 5 to a neutral venue as teams from the UK and the European Union are unable to enter Belarus by air due to sanctions against the Minsk government.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF)

IMF Awards $1Bln Reserves to Belarus Despite Fierce Opposition. Minsk was included in the IMF’s historic reserve allocation despite strong pushback from the U.S. and others.

The Washington Post

Belarus once cultivated high-tech talent. Now those people are fleeing political crackdowns.
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Branding News with MegaBelarus

Tsikhanouskaya, who supporters contend would have won the election if the ballot count had been honest, now resides in Lithuania as she meets with senior officials in Europe and, late last month, with U.S. President Joe Biden at the White House, to ratchet up pressure on Lukashenka.
Branding Belarus

Crisis In Belarus

Belarus is on the front line of the struggle between autocracy and democracy. In an opinion piece published in The New York Times on August 23, Tsikhanouskaya wrote that "for the good of the continent," Lukashenka must be stopped amid a sometimes violent crackdown on dissent following a disputed August 2020 election that has left 10 people dead. Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya has called for increased support against authoritarian ruler Alyaksandr Lukashenka, saying his autocratic regime threatens to spread chaos across Europe.
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Lifestyle News with MegaBelarus

Zerkalo.io has covered the mass protests against Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko’s government, which began last August, and has reported on trials of individuals arrested during the demonstrations. “Belarus authorities’ insistence on banning Tut.by, one of the country’s most popular news sources, and its successor Zerkalo.io is emblematic of the government’s brutal drive to obliterate the independent press,” said CPJ Program Director Carlos Martínez de la Serna, in New York. “Authorities should walk back the unjust designations of the sites as ‘extremist,’ and allow them to work freely.”
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Al Jazeera

"I’m in prison and they are mentally torturing me."

In Lithuania, a refugee crisis blamed on Belarus is brewing. A record number of refugees and migrants have crossed into Lithuania, but few are expected to be granted asylum.


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