In August 2020, Aleks saw hundreds of strangers outside Zhodzina prison. This year, only those closest to him were there.
Story of the person jailed for anti-war protest
Belarusians expect apocalypse during information blockade
Pundits tell Euroradio how the crackdown on independent media affects moods of Belarusians during Russia-Ukraine war.
Russian Duma seeks to consider Belarusians as Russian 'compatriots'
The Russian parliament is to review a bill, which considers all Russian-language speakers as Russian compatriots.
Belarusian man get refugees to Azores and sends humanitarian aid to Kharkiv
He hopes the war is over soon
IAEA stepped back from issue, Zaporizhzhya NPP employee says
Until the war is over, the Zaporizhzhya NPP will remain a threat to Europe.
Stories of Ukrainian women and children who escaped the war
"Girls, I want to go home so bad."
Eleven employees of Belarusian embassy leave Ukraine
Belarus watchers express alarm that Lukashenka may be preparing to order the army to enter Ukraine.
Belarus to pay for BelAZ export contract from budget
Here's what exports in Lukashenka's economy will look like in 2022-2024