by Anne Nival Belarus Crackdown on the Press Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has taken to replacing editors who disagree with him and using similar tactics to silence media criticism. In October, the independent newspapers Beloruskaya delovaya gazeta, Imya, and Narodnaya volya were ordered closed by the president’s office, and the main publishing house was forbidden […]

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