Police in Belarus

Ivan Kolas / vk.com
Ivan Kolas is mastering the profession of motion-designer and wants to return to Belarus “when the situation changes”.
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Mikalai Karpenkau with a rubber truncheon / TUT.by​
Startup entrepreneur Kanstantsin Kanopka recorded the video seconds before his detention in a Minsk coffee-shop.
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Police disperse a protest in Minsk on August 9, 2020 / Reuters
Human rights defenders reported earlier that one person died during clashes in Minsk.
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Siarhey Yankouski / BelTA​
The Interior Ministry reckons better communication between teachers and students can help in their drug abuse prevention programs.
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Loyev / Euroradio
This Euroradio's story is shortlisted for the European Press Prize 2020...
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Freedom Day 2019 / Raman Pratasevich, Euroradio
A contract with the police is a must even before an application for a permit to stage a mass rally is submitted with authorities.
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OSCE ODIHR observers at the Ministry of Internal Affairs/ mvd.gov.by
The polling stations will be put under non-stop police surveillance after ballot papers are in.
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Photo: Alyaksei Kuzmich’s Facebook
The National Center for Modern Art says the artist who protested against censorship has damaged its business reputation.
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Manifestation of Korzh’s fans in Hrodna / hrodna.life
The police say there will be no administrative proceeding as there is no corpus delicti.
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