News on 14.06.2012
19:15, — Politics
Barack Obama has extended for one year sanctions against Lukashenko supporters, which were introduced on June 16, 2006.
14:55, — Politics
The Ministry of Internal Affairs hopes European banks will take a constructive position on cooperation with the country as trade relations with the EU develop.
14:17, — Politics
The Young Front member tried to sue the military registration and enlistment office for drafting him with law violations.
13:53, — Health
Only in 2011, more than 44 thousand people fell ill with cancer.
13:32, — Politics
A human rights activist says about pressure he faced in prison.
13:03, — Politics
Law-enforcement officers hold preventive talks with democratic activists.
12:50, — Economics
Belarus expects to receive the third tranche to the tune of $440 million of the loan from the EurAsEC Anticrisis Fund soon.
12:44, — Events
The damage from a sudden storm is currently being assessed in Homel.
12:11, — Politics
It took more than three months for the citizenship and migration department at the Ministry of Internal Affairs to admit Valyantin Stefanovich was put on the travel ban list by mistake.
12:02, — Politics
No stupid things when making lists of travel banned persons, the ambassador of Russia to Minsk says.
11:58, — Politics
On 12 June the trial over Volha Pansevich, beaten by police this April, took place at the Slonim District Court.
11:48, — Economics
The State Customs Committee denies the fact that Belarus is involved in re-export of Russian oil products.
11:39, — Economics
Israeli banks have financed the construction of major facilities for the breeding of turkeys in Belarus.
9:45, By Yochi J. Dreazen, National Journal — Politics
The Syrian regime could destroy the insurgents with it with deadly accuracy.
9:30, — Politics
Founder of charter97.org website Aleh Byabenin was born on this day.
9:21, — Politics
The President of Venezuela is expecting the state leaders of Belarus and Iran.
9:09, — Politics
He had not been able to receive the telegram for four days - until his lawyer's visit.