The leader of Belarus's opposition For Liberty movement, Alyaksandr Milinkevich, today called for a day of mourning for the victims of a deadly factory explosion.
The death toll from an explosion at a plywood plant in the southwestern Belarusian town of Pinsk has risen to five.
Four people have been reported killed from an explosion at a plywood plant in the southwestern Belarusian town of Pinsk.
Swedish and Norwegian experts have arrived in Minsk to examine documents related to the disputed death of independent Belarusian journalist Aleh Byabenin.
An explosion today at a plywood plant in the southwestern Belarusian town of Pinsk resulted in one reported death and several injuries.
Two Belarusian citizens were found guilty of violating Georgia's law on occupied territories and given a one-year suspended prison sentence.
Belarusian opposition youth activist Maksim Dashuk has been released after serving two years and five months of "restricted freedom" for participating in an unsanctioned street demonstration.
Michael Douglas may be a big-name Hollywood actor, but apparently, his roots are in Belarus.
Mikhas Bashura, 35, an active member of the Tell the Truth campaign, says he will file an appeal after being convicted for fraud and fined the equivalent of $6,000 on October 19.
A fraud case against Belarusian rights activist Mikhas Bashura resumed today with a modified charge.
A deal has been agreed under which Venezuela will supply Belarus with 30 million tons of crude oil over three years, beginning in 2011.
A fraud case against Belarusian rights activist Mikhas Bashura has been suspended due to possible new charges against him.