News on 23.07.2012
18:12, — Politics
The Association for Modernization in the Czech Republic held an action in Prague to show solidarity with Belarusian journalists and activists detained in connection with the case of the Swedish teddy bears “bombing”.
18:06, — Politics
The number of teddy bears in front of the Embassy of Belarus in London grows every day.
16:17, — Politics
Security forces do not give a rest to the 16-year resident of Ivenets who could one of the first make pictures of teddy bears, dropped by the Swedes.
15:42, By Roy Greenslade, The Guardian — Politics
That absurd but sinister arrest in Belarus of a website editor for publishing pictures of teddy bears is just one example of the way in which the former Soviet satellites have failed to allow freedom of the press.
15:30, — Politics
The International Federation of Human Rights has demanded "immediate and unconditional" release leader of "Young Front".
14:23, — Politics
These are attempts to force the political prisoner Alyaksandr Franckevic to sign a petition for clemency.
14:04, — Politics
A friend of arrested photographer Anton Surapin, who is reported to have been the first person to take a photo of Swedish teddy bears, is not in jail.
13:50, — Politics
Former political prisoner had treatment in Poland.
13:44, — Sport
On the flag-raising ceremony in London Belarusian athletes were dressed in the clothes of red and white colors.
13:39, — Politics
Ivan Amelchanka, who was sentenced to 12 days in custody, appealed against a refusal to register his initiative group in the Central Election Commission.
12:53, — Politics
His complaint about the actions of the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Internal Affairs has not been allowed.
12:48, — Politics
Tatyana Novikava, an activist of the anti-nuclear movement, gave an interview for charter97.org after her release from jail.
12:33, — Politics
European young liberals call to the International Ice Hockey Federation to remove World Championship from Minsk.
12:07, — society
Employees of the factory are outraged by the deterioration of working conditions.
12:00, — hi-tech
A new option appeared on our website several weeks ago.
11:37, — Politics
She has spent 5 days in jail.
11:34, — Space
A Belarusian remote sensing satellite has been put into its intended orbit.
10:56, — Politics
Civil activists launch campaign to declare August 4 International Day of Solidarity with Belarusian civil society and human rights movement.
9:54, — Politics
EU sanctions against Belarusian authorities will not incur loses to the Lithuanian business.
9:36, — Politics
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus leaves for Brussels today.
8:56, — Politics
Uladzimir Vyalichkin from Brest appealed to the Supreme Court of Belarus against the ban on picketing to support political prisoner Ales Byalyatski.
8:14, — Politics
He will be either charged or released today.