News on 2.07.2014
19:45, — Politics
The dictator slammed the policy of the West towards Russia.
18:03, — Politics
On Wednesday most private entrepreneurs who went on strike on July 1, didn’t show up at their working places again.
16:50, — Society
Food prices continue to go up.
16:12, — Politics
As informed by the press-service of “Tell the Truth” campaign, 950,000 “children of war” (persons born in time of war) aged 70+ live in Belarus.
15:46, — Economics
The secret of prosperous countries lies in discipline, Vice Premiere of Belarus believes.
15:13, — Economics
The restrictions have been imposed in the wake of Russia.
15:00, — Politics
The dictator wore a tie featuring the colours of St George Ribbon (colloquially called a potato beetle ribbon) as he was making a speech at the Palace of the Republic.
14:40, — Europa
The members of the European Council agreed to have a meeting to discuss further sanctions.
14:14, — Politics
The head of Viasna human rights centre and Vice President of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) arrived to Brussels on July 1.
14:14, — Hi-Tech
Belarusian Internet service providers (ISP) can become hostages of “forgetfulness” of their Russian colleagues.
13:03, — Army
Belarusian Armed Forces will come into possession of unmanned aviation complexes of two types.
Mother of Ihar Ptichkin: Why did experts fail to determine cause of my son's death after 6 months? 11
11:37, — Politics
Ihar Ptichkin, an inmate of a temporary detention facility in Minsk, died of a cardiac arrest, but causes of it have not been found out.
10:43, — Politics
The president of Russia arrives in Minsk today.
9:23, — Politics
Court proceeding took place yesterday that ruled not to prolong the regime of preventive supervision over Aliaksandr Malchanau.
9:09, — Politics
Participants of the strike of sole traders call for solidarity.
8:58, — Politics
Lukashenka has given the China-Belarus industrial park the name of the Great Stone.