Conspiracy theories from Europe quickly became popular among Russians
From far and near
Moscow claims that chemical warfare agent Novichok has never been produced in Russia. But here is a photo report and stories from the village of Shikhany, where it was developed
In conversation with Macron, Putin said Navalny may have poisoned himself with Novichok
In an atmosphere of absolute secrecy, the inauguration of Alexander Lukashenka took place in Minsk on March 23. The opposition responded by calling for an indefinite protest of defiance
Natural gas in the Mediterranean Sea, Syrian refugees and sanctions against Lukashenko. How Cyprus is taking the EU hostage
The European Union has drafted a list of sanctions against the regime in Belarus, but is unable to introduce them due to a conflict between Turkey, Greece and Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea.
Political scientists and economists predict the weakening of President Alexander Lukashenko, the growth of his dependence on Russia and the collapse of the country's economy
Protests continue in Belarus against the recent falsified presidential elections
One of the leaders of the opposition refused to leave the country and was instead imprisoned. The rest have either been arrested or exiled
This is the same poisonous substance with which a former Russian agent in the UK was poisoned several years back. Berlin demands a response from Moscow
The disorganized nature of the protest in Belarus has started to work against its participants. Europe will support a democratic Belarus - but will also help it maintain ties with Russia
Fact checkers from different countries share their experience on how to counter false information and expose the lies of politicians
The opposition has created a coordination council, the European Union is convening a special summit on Belarus
The Nexta Live Telegram channel actually led the protests in Belarus. Who works there, how do they get information, who finances them? Answers on questions
President of Belarus Lukashenko gathered a rally in his support and said that Russia would help him against the alleged aggression of the West Attachments area
A week after the presidential elections in Belarus, many thousands are protesting the rigged elections and unprecedented violence of the security forces. What can be expected to follow?
"They were stripped naked, everything was covered in blood, they didn't give them food and water, they didn't let them go to the toilet." Officially, two protesters in Belarus were killed, but 34 people are said to have died
Belarus: journalists quit state news channels, security forces publicly destroy their uniforms. Video
The European Union is threatening the Belarusian authorities with sanctions, thousands of people in the streets demand that Lukashenko resign from the presidency. But Lukashenko calls the protesters "unemployed people with criminal records"
How the events in Belarus differ from other post-soviet revolutions