Thursday 24 October 2019
10 April 2019
Belarus: Europe's Last Executioner
Belarus is the last country in Europe to have the death penalty. Since 1991, about 300 death sentences have been carried out in the country. The condemned prisoners are shot in the head. The body is not given to the family and the place of burial remains a state secret.
01 April 2019
Over 1,000 Jews Murdered By Nazis Unearthed In Belarus
Construction workers in the Belarusian city of Brest have unearthed a World War II-era mass grave thought to contain the remains of over a thousand murdered Jews from the city's ghetto. The building works have now stopped and the remains are being exhumed.
29 March 2019
Blind Belarusian Athletes Find Inspiration On Soccer Field
In blind soccer, players compete in a fast-paced game guided by the sounds of a rattling ball, shouts, and taps on the goalposts. In Belarus, where the sport is known as intuitive football, a national team is gradually gaining strength. Olga Abramchik of Current Time directed "The Coach," a document
22 January 2019
A Hero In Ukraine, Hated In Belarus
Mikhail Zhyzneuski, who was shot dead five years ago, on January 22, 2014, during the Euromaidan protests, is considered a hero in Ukraine. But in his home city of Homel in Belarus, his grave has been vandalized and his family say they have been treated as pariahs.