News on 8.10.2012
17:42, — Politics
“The house of the representatives” in the second reading adopted the amendments to the legislation on the issues of “fight against terrorism” and “counteraction to extremism”.
17:37, — Politics
Anastasia Loika was detained for several hours at the border crossing point while returning home from Vilnius on October, 6.
17:36, — Culture
Belarusian film critic Maksim Zhbankou was expelled from the film critics jury at Listapad International Film Festival scheduled for November 2—9 in Minsk.
17:11, — Politics
The former political prisoner was called to police on 8 October.
16:56, — Politics
The Lithuanian human rights activist commented for charter97.org on the information about the Lukashenka’s entourage purchasing real estate in Vilnius.
16:26, — Politics
Britain sold to Belarus some £3m worth of arms exports.
16:07, — Politics
The activists of the civic campaign European Belarus held a performance near the National Library in Minsk.
15:44, — Politics
His fairy-tales the head of the Innovation center for law education Ihar Kuzminich posted on his blog.
15:13, — society
Strong winds have damaged over 300 square meters of the iron roof.
14:57, — Politics
A BChD activist from Navapolatsk, who in the morning on 8 October tried to hang out a banner “Freedom for political prisoners”, was fined for triple baseline rate.
14:36, Sigrid Rausing, The Guardian — Politics
Belarus is stuck in the Soviet past, under the grip of a brutal regime. But a few dissidents still cling to the small hope that things will improve.
14:33, — society
They were shown in a news report about … an investment forum.
14:09, — Economics
Ten tonnes of banknotes have recently been delivered from Europe to Minsk by planes.
14:08, — Politics
The question is in how many countries Belarusian officials already bought real estate, a politician thinks.
13:49, — Politics
The human rights activist Aleg Volchak received a notification about that from the Investigation Committee.
13:47, — Politics
The UN’s special reporter on independent judicial system and advocacy expressed her support to the Belarusian human rights activist.
12:40, — Politics
Myasnikovich, Martynau, Shakitin and Chyzh are among buyers of expensive real estate in Vilnius.
12:21, — Politics
The journalist beaten by police on 18 September was rejected to have a suit filed on that matter.
11:35, — Politics
Mir TV showed another portion of sincere remarks of the Belarusian dictator.
11:06, — Economics
Devaluation expectations in Minsk remain high.
9:44, — Politics
As many as 300 people signed the open letter to support Andrei Charnyakevich, a fired associate professor of the University of Hrodna.
9:27, — Events
The bus belonging to HC "Yunatstva-Misnk" has been involved in a road accident near the Academy of Sciences in Minsk.