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In the wake of Lukashenko's disputed re-election and the ensuing violence, Belarusians speak up and share their hopes for a fairer and freer Belarus.
When a Swedish ad agency dropped 800 teddy bears armed with pro-democracy messages over Belarus, the state denied the event had ever taken place. This is the exclusive story Lukashenko didn't want you to see.
As Lukashenko is re-elected into his fifth term, we revisit the violent crackdown that followed the 2010 rigged elections, providing a rare glimpse into Europe's most repressive state and its last dictator.
As the European Union's sanctions seal Belarus from the outside, Lukashenko's control of the media close it from the inside. But one oddball band of thespians are determined to fight the censorship.
Is Europe's last dictatorship about to fall? The opposition movement in Belarus has been inspired by events in neighbouring Ukraine. They're preparing for a show down ahead of next month's elections.
Is Russia using Belarus as a proxy agent to sell weapons to regimes like Iran or North Korea? Reports are emerging which paint a disturbing picture.
Almost a quarter of Belarus is still contaminated from the explosion at Chernobyl. We take a look at what is being done to help the region's most vulnerable residents - its children.
The end of the Soviet Union was supposed to end mindless suppression, but in Belarus, some say Stalins’s ghost is rising.