Svetlana Alexievich / Radio Liberty
"We saw that we were becoming a nation, and of course, this frightened the authorities."
Svetlana Alexievich at Taobuk press conference
The Nobel Prize-winning writer fears that she will not be allowed to enter Belarus when she travels back from the EU.
Events in Belarus have shocked many people in the world / Reuters
Belarusian writer and Nobel Prize winner emotionally challenges Lukashenka in an open letter.
Svetlana Alexievich / Euroradio
The Nobel laureate reckons that both the authorities and opposition do not like their own people.
Svetlana Alexievich / Euroradio archive photo
The Belarusian 2016 Nobel Prize laureate is one of the five vice-presidents of the international freedom of expression group.
Svetlana Alexievich / Reuters
“I am not going to discuss my personal life,” the Belarusian writer and Nobel Prize laureate said.
Svetlana Alexievich. Photo: Zmitser Lukashuk
People will not revolt but will remember what has bene done to Kurapaty crosses for a long time, Svetlana Alexievich believes.
Svetlana Alexievich at a 'Intellectual Club' session in Minsk / Zmicier Lukashuk, Euroradio
Belarusian writer and Nobel Prize laureate Svetlana Alexievich has commented on the recent events - Freedom Day and detentions.
Photo: Aleh Latushka, Fartunata Latushka
Authorities tell the artists to remove the street art featuring Svetlana Alexievich on a wall because no permission was granted.
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