Anna Liminowicz - photographer and reportage author based in Warsaw, Poland. A regular contributor to The New York Times. She cooperates with Welt Am Sonntag, The Globe and Mail, Les Echos Week- End, NRC and many others. Social issues are...
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Press conference in The Belarusian Solidarity Centre in Warsaw, Poland.
from left: Sergey Kurochkin, a police officer from the Belarusian city of Grodno who resigned after his brother was arrested for protesting against Alexander Lukashenko; Andrei Ostapovich, a police Belarusian inspector who had to flee to Russia, and then Poland, after announcing his resignation after the election. Warsaw, Poland.
Stepan Svetlov, the 22-year-old behind the popular Nexta social media channel, which has helped mobilize protests in Belarus. He stands in front of the entrance of the Belarusian community center that hosts the Nexta office. Warsaw, Poland.