Police and KGB officers across Belarus have questioned opposition activists and raided their apartments...
Writer Branislaw Sprynchan died after being hit by a car driven by a drunk man in Minsk on the evening of July 8.
A human rights defender has sounded an alarm over the arrest of two opposition activists in connection with last week’s bomb explosion in Minsk.
You are guilty in the first instance, because you, by order of the president, have been organizing such events for 10 years, not one year...
Another homemade explosive device was found at the scene of Friday’s explosion in Minsk that injured some 50 people, Interior Minister Uladzimir Navumaw said at a police conference on July 4.
The explosion happened at the intersection between Masheraw and Victors’ Avenues, the venue of the concert attended by Alyaksandr Lukashenka and a crowd of thousands people, at around 1 a.m.
The Minsk authorities have denied permission for rallies that the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” (BSDP) planned to hold in the city in support of Chairman Alyaksandr Kazulin.
Hundreds troops held the final drill for an Independence Day military parade in Minsk on June 30. The parade is scheduled to take place on Masheraw Avenue on July 3.
Days of Business Cooperation with the Kaliningrad Province of Russia opened in Minsk on Tuesday.
A five-star Crowne Plaza hotel has officially opened in Minsk.
A judge in Minsk on June 30 sentenced Mikhail Pashkevich, a leader of the opposition United Civic Party’s youth wing, to seven days in jail on a disorderly conduct charge under Article 17.1 of the Administrative Offense Code.
An American doctor was examining Emanuel Zeltser, an arrested US lawyer who is said to be seriously ill, in Minsk on Thursday morning.
Alyaksandr Lukashenka has invited Pope Benedict XVI to visit Belarus at his convenience, BelaPAN reports.
The trial of two traffic police officers accused of office abuse over their move to use civilian cars to capture a speeding driver will continue in the Minsk District and City of Zaslawye Court on June 23.
Wall paintings have been discovered during the «renovation» of an early-19th-century building on Kamsamolskaya Street in Minsk. The work is carried out in the city's historic center without a prior expert examination required by regulations.
Belarusians to rally in front of UN headquarters in support of opposition youth expelled from school
A group of Belarusians will hold a rally in front of the UN headquarters in New York on June 29 in support of opposition youth Ivan Shyla, BelaPAN reports.
The third branch of the Minsk subway will be constructed by 2017, Vasil Zhybul, head of Minsk's subway development company, said at a news conference on Friday.
Alyaksandr Lukashenka, together with his two sons, Viktar and Dzmitry, led a procession of some 6,000 people who walked half a mile from Kastrychnitskaya Square to Victory Square in Minsk on May 9, celebrating the 63rd anniversary of the Soviet Union’s victory in the 1941-45 Great Patriot
An official May Day rally was held in front of the National Library in Minsk on May 1.
Alyaksandr Valchanin, chairman of an association of former Chernobyl cleanup workers who was arrested in Zhodzina, Minsk region, on Saturday morning, was released without charges later that day, Belapan reports.
Minsk and Slutsk Metropolitan Filaret called to be “inspired by the unusual uplift that Christian toilers felt” in the 1980s, referring to the revival of religion...
Some 1,500 people took part in an opposition demonstration staged on the occasion of the 22nd Chernobyl accident anniversary in Minsk on April 26.