News on 31.07.2012
17:37, — Politics
Lukashenka finally came down on officials for a Swedish plane over Belarus.
17:31, — Politics
Such conclusion can be made from the answer to the enquiry sent by Mikhalevich to this international organization.
17:00, — Politics
Any cooperation with the dictator strengthens his positions.
16:31, — society
As much as 53.7% of Belarusians want to go abroad to work or study and 41.4% would like to leave Belarus forever.
15:55, — society
A 26-year-old Belarusian communist had to return home.
14:43, — Politics
"Sovetskaya Belorussia" have accused Swedish politicians of "imperialism" and "excessive interest" to our country.
14:30, — Politics
American presidential candidate Romney made a statement during his visit to Warsaw.
14:14, — Politics
OSCE/ODIHR to deploy 40 long-term observers, 270 short-term observers for Belarus’ parliamentary elections.
13:51, — Politics
Aliaxandar Barankau asks not to extradite him to Belarus.
13:42, — Economics
Russian bankers have a skeptical view of the state of the Belarusian economy.
12:50, — Politics
The local state media have already launched a campaign to promote the chief doctor of Brest City Emergency Hospital Valyantin Milasheuski, though an agitation campaign has not started officially.
12:19, — Politics
The governor asked to respond to Uzbekistan’s stance.
11:21, — Politics
Matthias Seeger has called "a complete disgrace" the charges of having links with the official Minsk.
11:16, — Politics
Matthias Seeger might have been involved in organizing a training course for the Belarusian police to disperse street rallies in 2010.
11:12, — Economics
The chief of the National Bank of Belarus forecasts that the US will have a default and the EU will face a second wave of crisis.
10:55, — Politics
Former presidential candidate Mikalai Statkevich insisted that the administration of Mogilev prison gave him a promise to not offer him to write a petition for clemency anymore.
10:49, — Politics
With the nomination of observers to district election commissions showing the highest activity is shown by pro-government associations.
0:07, — Politics
About fifty British teddy bears came to the embassy of Belarus in London.