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Belarusian opposition activists are trying to destabilize the situation in Belarus with the help of the West, president Alyaksandr Lukashenka said on Monday when receiving the report on the preparations for the Belarus-Russia joint strategic army Read more
Belarusian Prosecutor-General Alyaksandr Kanyuk says Minsk is ready to provide Russia with all the materials needed for the extradition of a senior editor of the Russian news agency Regnum Read more
On March 11-12, residents of a number of Belarusian towns, including Orsha, Babruysk and Rahachou, took to the streets to protest the so-called ‘parasite’ law. Read more
Police have detained a group of opposition leaders and at least three journalists during the latest in a series of charged protests over a controversial government-backed unemployment tax. Read more
The Lithuanian authorities plan to build a network of sirens in and around Vilnius to alert residents to possible accidents at the Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant, Juris Targonskas, deputy head of the fire safety and rescue department at the Read more
The Belarusian authorities are planning to introduce amendments to the ‘freeloaders’ tax’ (President's Decree No 3 "On preventing social parasitism") but they will not abolish it, vice speaker of the House of Representatives Balyaslau Pirshtuk told. Read more