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We are still the same people who bravely revolted against Lukashenka’s brutal regime in August 2020. From Al Jazeera.
The appalling human cost of WWII, a quarter of Ukraine’s population, is felt in every Ukrainian village. From Geneva Solutions.
Poland’s pavilion at the Venice Biennale features important female figures in Romani culture depicted in fabric. From Romea.cz.
Reports of Russian “filtration camps” for Ukrainian civilians evoke chilling memories of World War II.
How neighbors helped each other to survive in unbearable conditions. From Zaborona.
A Czech nonprofit creates lesson plans to help instructors improve the state of sex education. From Denik Referendum.
The director of a film about the slaying of a journalist says the case resonates all the more loudly as more European democracies come under threat.
A new book describes how strongarm leaders took advantage of polarized electorates and unfettered rhetoric amid the ravages of the pandemic.
Earlier this week, the European Commission brought the hammer down on Hungary for rule-of-law violations – a perilous move amid a raging war, but the correct one.
Survivors of state brutality in Belarus share their stories. From Al Jazeera.
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