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A troupe of exiled Belarus dissidents are bringing their brand of underground theatre to London.
Three Swedes behind the so-called "teddy bear" stunt in Belarus have been called to appear before the Belarus KGB.
Belarus has asked the International Monetary Fund to bail it out of a growing economic crisis that has seen a currency devaluation and consumer panic.
Dirk Prinsloo was sentenced to 13 years in prison in the Belarus on charges of theft, assault and attempted bank robbery, a report said on Tuesday.
Belarusian authorities are investigating claims of sexual crimes against Dirk Prinsloo, wanted in SA on 15 charges related to child pornography.
A Belarus referee was helped off the field with apparent back pain while officiating a league match on the weekend, but was later found to be drunk.
About 50 people were wounded early on Friday by a home-made bomb that sprayed nuts and bolts into a crowd at an open-air concert in Belarus’s capital.
Belarus issued an implicit threat that it could stop Russian gas deliveries through its pipelines to Western Europe unless Gazprom relented on demands that Kiev pay steep price increases in 2007. ”We are inter-dependent. If I don’t have a domestic gas-supply contract, Gazprom won’t have a transit deal,” Belarus’s Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Semashko said.
Depleted by a wave of arrests, Belarus’ opposition movement is seeking ways to regroup after week-long protests were broken up by a state apparatus determined to defend President Alexander Lukashenko. Authorities at a detention centre outside Minsk finally confirmed that they had in detention Alexander Kozulin, an opposition candidate at the March 19 presidential election.
How to spend the night in a protest rally and not freeze, or bring food to protestors and not be molested by the police? Ask those Belarussian websites not yet shut down by the authorities.
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko clinched a third term in office on Monday but opponents blasted the vote as an "unconstitutional seizure of power" and the European Union said stronger sanctions against the Belarussian leadership were likely.
PYOTR Annishenko and his wife Evdokia refused to leave their village in eastern Belarus even though the authorities tried to make them abandon the area polluted by the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. ”Those were lies. Of my neighbours who left, my peers and even those younger than me are all dead now, while I stayed to […]