Latest Belarus News

Further Sanctions Against Russia
‘We do not want to be like Russia’: a first-hand account of Georgia’s fight for democracy
CDU Vice-Chancellor elected for key role in international university Alliance
Paying a price to speak out, dissident writers help preserve freedoms
NPR’s David Folkenflik ’91 to host ‘Dissident Writers’ event
AI can help predict whether a patient will respond to specific tuberculosis treatments, paving way for personalized care
A year after conviction of Viasna Chair and members concerns about the fairness of trial remain: Belarus
Discriminatory detention conditions and abusive treatment violated women inmates’ rights, UN committee finds: Belarus
Prosecuting entrepreneur for alleged sanctions violations is against international law and human rights, UN expert warns: Germany
Rising trend of violating freedom of expression and political rights, UN Human Rights Committee finds
New sanctions package against Russia
Poland has opened its arms to nearly 1 million Ukrainian refugees, but will they be able to stay for the long term?
UN experts call for release from prison of veteran politician suffering from cancer: Belarus
Two Years On, Australia Stands With Ukraine
UN experts concerned about new law on freedom of conscience and religious organisations: Belarus
$50 million in Australian support for International Fund for Ukraine
Russian Federation’s War Having ‘Appalling Impact’ on Ukraine’s Children, Under-Secretary-General Tells Security Council
Trusted eyes into European skies
Despite notable progress, road safety remains urgent global issue
What is LockBit, the cybercrime gang hacking some of the world’s largest organisations?
Continuing support for Ukraine
Australian Capabilities to continue Supporting Ukraine
Government finally moves on Russia, Belarus sanctions
Extension of punitive tariffs on Russia
Security Council: Ukraine 21 September
Festival set to celebrate city’s cultural diversity
Deportation, Treatment of Ukraine’s Children by Russian Federations Takes Centre Stage by Many Delegates at Security Council Briefing
Security Council Speakers Argue Over Western Countries Supplying Arms That Support Ukraine’s Right to Self-Defence Against Russian Federation’s Aggression
Delegates Criticize Russian Federation for Consuming Resources of Security Council
Further sanctions on Russian military support and Belarusian financial sector
Further sanctions in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
‘For the Sake of Ukraine’s People, Global Community’ Russian Federation’s Unjustified War Must Stop, Under-Secretary-General Tells Security Council
Human Rights Council Concludes Fifty-Third Regular Session After Adopting 30 Resolutions and Holding an Urgent Debate on Religious Hatred
New Zealand to provide further support for Ukraine
Australia to help protect vital gateway of assistance to Ukraine
Human rights situation still catastrophic, UN expert says: Belarus
General Assembly Adopts Resolution¬†Establishing Independent Institution on Missing Persons in Syria, as Speakers Debate Text’s Merit
UN expert: States must broaden pathways to regularisation for migrants
Security Council: Ukraine 24 June
Briefing Security Council, International Atomic Energy Agency Director Outlines Five Principles to Prevent Nuclear Accident at Zaporizhzhia Power Plant in Ukraine
UN experts: Belarus must release all detainees held on political grounds and protect their rights
Every Additional Day of Moscow’s War Prolongs Human Suffering in Ukraine, Intergovernmental Organization Chair Tells Security Council
Increase in NZ support for Ukraine
Risk of Nuclear Weapons Use Higher Than at Any Time Since Cold War, Disarmament Affairs Chief Warns Security Council
Further sanctions on Russian and Belarusian political and military figures
Human Rights Committee Concludes One Hundred and Thirty-Seventh Session, Adopts Annual Report and Concluding Observations on Reports of Egypt, Panama, Peru, Sri…
Belarus report finds systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations
Belarus must end systematic repression, release detainees, UN Human Rights Chief says