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Russia's giant military exercise wasn't a cover for war after all
Sleep Masks Made from Famous Paintings’ Eyes Guard Your Naptime
'Masterpieces Never Sleep' will give you the wide-eyed visage of a painting at all hours.
How This Chef Made Portland Go Crazy for 'Herring Under a Fur Coat'
At her restaurant in Portland, Oregon, Kachka, this Belarusian-American chef is using this dish to prove how delicious the cuisines of the former Soviet Republic can be.
The Fight to Overcome Censorship: Blackout (Full Length)
VICE News explores the role of technology in the global fight for freedom of expression.
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Belarus Make Pro-Russian Protest At Paralympic Opening Ceremony
Belarus’ Paralympic team carried a Russian flag through the Maracana on Wednesday evening, in protest at their neighbours’ doping ban from the Games.
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How a photo of a park pissed off the authorities in Europe's last dictatorship
In Belarus, government forces, including the former Soviet bloc's last remaining KGB, regularly crack down on protesters and independent journalists.
Blackout: Inside Belarus, Europe's Last Dictatorship
VICE News visits Belarus, the last European dictatorship, where President Lukashenko’s government has engaged in a campaign of censorship to intimidate journalists and suppress independent media.
Technology and the Fight for Free Expression: Blackout (Series Trailer)
Coming Soon: VICE News explores the role of technology in the global fight for freedom of expression.
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Ukraine's Foreign Fighters Battle for Citizenship
Foreign fighters who fought on the side of the Ukrainians during the war with Russian-backed separatists are now fighting for citizenship in Ukraine.
Canada Continues Making Nice With the World By Lifting Sanctions on Authoritarian Belarus
Removing Belarus from its most basic sanction list means that Canadian exporters will be able to sell most non-military goods and services to the state, excluding weapons and munitions.
Are You a Budding Tech Innovator? Head to Repressive Belarus
The former Soviet republic has an abysmal human rights record and an autocratic president, but that's not keeping its tech sector from booming.
Europe's Last Dictatorship Is Opposed by the Oldest Exiled Government in the World
The Rada of the Belarusian Democratic Republic has improbably survived two world wars, 70 years of Soviet occupation, and nearly a century in exile.