On the night of 29-30 October 1937, Stalin's executioners shot 108 Belarusian poets, novelists, translators, critics, state figures, and scientists. This ruthless purge, aimed at eliminating Belarusian who were declared “enemies of the people”, lasted from 1929 to 1938.
A regime's spy infiltrated the Black Book of Belarus Telegram channel almost from the very beginning. The authorities sent at least 32 people to prison through his help. Malanka Media tells what happened to the defendants in the "Black Book of Belarus case".
On July 29, independent Belarusian media came together for a 12-hour online solidarity marathon, aimed at raising funds for political prisoners and their families. After deducting the transaction fee, the organizers of the marathon successfully collected well over 500,000 euros.
In total, at least 1,630 Belarusian men and women were arrested for manifesting their anti-war position. The human rights center Viasna reports on the persecution of Belarusians for their anti-war position.
Former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson recorded an appeal on X in support of the campaign organized by Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya in an attempt to obtain information from the authorities regarding her husband, Siarhei Tsikhanouski, and over 1,500 political prisoners in Belarus.
"If a nation feels united, loves its country and knows what they love it for, that nation is invincible". This is what Aliaksandr Milinkevich, a public figure and presidential candidate in 2006 elections, says in Malanka Media broadcast. "Rushed comment".
According to the Human Rights Center “Viasna”, the Right Livelihood organization made a statement during the 54th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. The statement addressed instances of intimidation and repression against human rights defenders collaborating with the UN.
Iranian human rights activist Narges Mohammadi has won the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize. The parallels between the biographies of Narges Mohammadi and Ales Bialiatski, who won the Nobel Peace Prize last year, are hard to overlook.