News on 4.02.2013
15:49, — Politics
A human rights activist finds funny the report on human rights violations in Western countries released by the Belarusian MFA.
15:21, — Politics
A Russian businessman Dzmitry Mazepin may be appointed Belarus’ vice-Prime Minister in the coming days.
13:53, — Politics
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, known as the last Europe’s dictatorship, prepared a report about “human rights violations in certain countries of the world in 2010”.
13:45, — society
Belarusian animal rights activists appeal to housing and utility organisations not to lock basements in blocks of flats, so that cats living there were not trapped inside.
12:49, — Events
A demining team was called to Brest State University this morning.
11:51, — Economics
The Belarusian delegation has started the roadshow in Europe for the third Eurobonds issue.
11:33, — Politics
On the anniversary of Kalinouski’s rebellion the political prisoner speaks of the danger of the integration with Russia.
11:05, — Politics
The head of the Central Election Committee of Belarus, who is banned from entering the EU, says about the possible liquidation of rural councils.
10:28, — Politics
Belarusian imprisoned human rights defender Ales Byalyatski has been nominated for the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize.
10:21, — society
Pavel Podkorytov has bought the Padarosk Estate in Vaukavysk district for $120,000.
10:07, — Politics
The officials celebrates 75-anniversary of Gomel region by dressing up as pioneers and magicians.
9:38, — society
Former workers of Petkavichy agricultural firm filed 105 claims to a court to recover wage arrears.
8:48, — society
Varlamov's case will be heard in Minsk's Leninski district court.
8:36, — Politics
Rogue states want to know who hides behind each account on the Internet.