Opposition activists staged a traditional "Charnobylski Shlyakh" (Path of Chernobyl) demonstration in Minsk on Tuesday to mark the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear accident.
Firefighters climbed the stairs of one of Minsk’s tallest buildings in a race on April 8.
Svyatlana Aleksiyevich (Svetlana Alexievich), the winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize for Literature, on Thursday attended a launch event for a collection of her interviews and speeches given to the Belarusian Service of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.
An amateur sports festival where all participants were encouraged to speak Belarusian was held for the first time ever in Minsk on September 28.
Children laid flowers at the monument to Yanka Kupala in central Minsk on July 7 to mark 132 years since the birth of Belarus' literary great.
A Belarusian translation of The History of Lithuania was launched at the Lithuanian embassy in Minsk on June 5.