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Belarus

Law on “extremism” criminalizes independent journalism

Reporters Without Borders is concerned about recent legislation’s impact on freedom of information in Belarus. A law on “combatting extremism” that (...)

Published on 14 November 2013 Read

Belarus

Authorities jail two independent journalists again

Reporters Without Borders calls for the immediate and unconditional release of independent journalists Dzmitry Halko (Дмитрий Галко) and Alyaksandr (...)

Published on 10 May 2013 Read

Belarus

Authorities try to suppress coverage of anti-nuke demos

Update: Henadz Barbarych and Alyaksandr Yarashevich were sentenced today to three days in prison. As the time they had spent in pre-trial (...)

Published on 29 April 2013 Read

Belarus

"Belarus Press Photo 2011" ruled "extremist": Triumph of censorship... and absurdity

The district court of Oshmyany in the Hrodna region of western Belarus has ordered the destruction of copies of a book ruled “extremist” – a (...)

Published on 18 April 2013 Read

Belarus

Monthly hopes to resume publishing after investigators unfreeze account

Reporters Without Borders hails the Financial Investigation Department’s 25 March decision to unblock the independent monthly Arche-Pachatak’s (...)

Published on 27 March 2013 Read

Belarus

Charge dropped, but jail still possible under earlier conviction

Reporters Without Borders welcomes last week’s decision to drop the charge of defaming President Lukashenko that was brought in June 2012 against (...)

Published on 19 March 2013 Read

Belarus

Belarusian media under pressure over election coverage

As the Belarusian elections approaches, Reporters Without Borders deplores the efforts of the authorities to censor media coverage of the (...)

Published on 21 September 2012 Read

Belarus

Australian journalist held and equipment confiscated at Minsk airport

Reporters Without Borders strongly deplores the arrest of the Australian journalist Amos Roberts today at Minsk airport as he was about to leave (...)

Published on 21 September 2012 Read

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