Stories and reportages about life in Belarus
Collage by Euroradio
Belarusians increasingly face discrimination in Poland since the war in Ukraine began. Is the situation really bad?
Month (without) pride / sample photo by Euroradio
The stories of three queer people. How has their sense of security changed lately?
"My kitty stayed at home because he's a boy" / Euroradio/Hromadske
"Girls, I want to go home so bad."
Do the 30-year-olds feel nostalgic about the USSR? / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio
Some want to go back to the Soviet times. Others want eradication of the USSR legacy as quickly as possible.
Viktar Hanchar and Anatoly Krasouski
President Lukashenka's first term was coming to an end. The opposition insisted on new elections. Lukashenka resisted them.
Hajnowka is just over 20 kilometers away from the border with Belarus / Euroradio
While locals remain indifferent to politics, they fear migrants from across the border with Belarus for various reasons.
Sisters Yulia and Hanna Mikhailau / TUT.by / home archive
The girl talks about her seven brothers and sisters and discusses the situation in Belarus.
Belarus has a complicated relationship with the digital world / Euroradio
Belarusians have matured as a nation, but big digital corporations still treat them without respect.
People detained at the protests walk out of the detention center on Akrestsina street on August 14, 2020 / Vasily Fedosenko / Reuters
The story of Nadzeya who went through hell at the Akrestsina detention center in Minsk after the Aug. 9 elections.
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