Ryzskaja Street in Capajeuka / Euroradio
Euroradio interviews a Roma baron's son about big houses, jealousy of the locals and treatment from the police.
Georgia President Salome Zurabishvili on her first official visit to Poland in May 2019. Photo: www.facebook.com/zourabichvilisalome
Georgian President plays down objections to a US base as Poland pledges support to Georgia's NATO and EU membership aspirations.
Liavon Tarasevich / wyborcza.pl
The artist tells Euroradio about the traditions, religion, nationalist marches in Hajnowka and his old hobby – pigeons and doves.
The Belarusian man involved in the shooting incident at the Thompson Reuters office in Gdynia is yet to be indicted - prosecutors.
The Belarusian Analytical Workshop think-tank presents the latest study results titled "Belarus. Reality. Essence."
Euroradio talks to Netherlands' Human Rights Ambassador Kees van Baar about human rights and dignity for all people.
Belarusian human rights defender Ales Bialiatski visited Warsaw on July 10.
Netherlands' Human RIghts Ambassador Lionel Veer talks to Euroradio about death penalty, sports and politics, and double standards.
Political commentator Yury Shevtsov spots new developments in relations between Brussels and Minsk ahead of EU Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius
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