There are currently 102 political prisoners in Belarus. Human rights activists added 9 more people to the list. All of them were charged for 'mass riots' and 'acts that grossly violate public order'. https://t.co/khBYWqWDte
Since Aug 9th, more than 13K Belarusians left the country for Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania and Latvia.
Belarusian Ministry of Internal Affairs don't think it has any connection with the current situation in the country. https://t.co/dtaQvk7ZBd
An administrative process was launched against the woman, who in the middle of September in Zhodzina was punched in the face so hard for no reason at all that she fell to the asphalt.
She will be tried for participating in an illegal mass action.
Lukashenka's bloody regime https://t.co/gl57fziKlH
Belarusian blogger and political activist Eduard Palchys @1863x has gone missing. He is the only popular independent blogger who remained in Belarus after the election and wasn't arrested. His wife says he tried to change his hideout on Sunday but hasn't got in touch since. https://t.co/yMOuPIuPaq
Thank you @UNWatch for giving me the opportunity to testify before the UN Human Rights Council. On anti-Semitism in Malmö:
"Malmö was once a safe haven for Jews. ... How long will the Swedish government accept that certain schools, and certain neighborhoods, are no-go for Jews?"