In the battle between Islamist terror and the French principle of secularism there is only one winner: the far-right.
Besides public intimidation, the authoritarian regime has also arrested at least 39 people for spreading “fake news” about the coronavirus.
“These guys know how to do it,” said Scott Phimister, who spent a happy few days in March snowboarding and partying in crowded, sweaty mountain bars.
“It's a glorious feeling,” said a Vienna shop owner.
“It’s better to live standing up than die on your knees,” President Lukashenko declared last week, fresh off the ice rink.
Since the lockdown began last week, images of police and army brutality have been circulating on social media.
Using its unique population data, a small genetics company is planning to screen 15,000 asymptomatic people to learn about the virus.
Even the coffee shops that sell weed are still open, although only for to-go orders.