Three years ago, on August 9, 2020, yet another presidential election was rigged in Belarus. Malanka Media talks about three years of unprecedented repression using numerical data.
The legendary Nina Bahinskaya does not consider herself a heroine or a star, despite the fact that almost every time she goes out into the street in Belarus becomes a media event. Nina spoke about her life and struggle in the documentary project Malanka.Doc.
On July 29, Belarusian media are holding an online solidarity marathon under the motto "We Care!" to raise funds for political prisoners and their families. Bloggers, politicians, artists, athletes, and civil activists will join the live broadcast.
According to the Kremlin, Yevgeny Prigozhin, the head of the Wagner military group, has agreed to leave Russia for Belarus. This deal put an end to the armed uprising in Russia. But what will Prigozhin do in Belarus?
22 years old, election observer. "The riot police officer threw me back and said, "It's no fun to beat him, he doesn't scream"
There has been an increase in serious sex crimes in Belarus over the past decade. The upswing in the number of such crimes as pedophilia, whose victims are young children, is of particular concern
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, the president-elect and head of the United Transitional Cabinet of Belarus, recorded a video address on the so-called Day of Unity of the Peoples of Belarus and Russia, celebrated by the two countries' dictators on April 2.
Commemorated for over a century, Freedom Day (Дзень Волі – Dzien Voli in Belarusian) is virtually banned in Belarus. Why does this symbolic date bother the Lukashenko regime so much and why is it so celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora? Dr. Paterson Franco Costa, a researcher of Belarusian language and culture, explains a bit of the troubled history behind this date, hard to grasp even for Belarusians themselves.