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Giorgi Zhvania, a Georgian NGO worker who together with 9 other Georgians has traveled to Ukraine to support the Euromaidan protests in Kyiv.
The Minsk regional court has said that a man it sentenced to death last month is a Moscow-born Belarusian national.
"I'd like you to turn your attention to Nesvizh and Nesvizh district. The matter is that more than 200 people will lost work in this small town due to layoffs at such enterprises as the Nesvizh milk factory, the Nesvizh subsidiary of Krinitsa factory and the flax factory in Haradzeya.
Just as Russia is trying to woo other countries into its Customs Union, a free-trade zone, officials in Belarus are complaining that membership has done little for their country, Belarus Digest reports .
Dec 16, Minsk: The Belarus government today announced that it has ratified an agreement with Sri Lanka to avoid double taxation on income.
In her article "Ploshcha and Maydan against losers" the editor-in-chief of the most popular opposition web-site in Belarus charter97.org Natalia Radzina recollects the events of December 2010 in Minsk.
"MPs" voted in favour of the draft law "On Amendments to Some Laws of the Republic of Belarus on Business and Taxes", which imposes a state duty for car owners for letting vehicles using roads from January 1, 2014, Interfax news agency reports.
Many people suspect the situation of 2009 may repeat on the first day of the next year.
Belarus is ready to take any steps to normalize its relations with the European Union, but the ball is in the 28-nation bloc's court, Alyaksandr Lukashenka said while accepting the credentials of new foreign ambassadors in Minsk on December 16, BelaPAN said.
An activist of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party "Hramada", Leanid Haravy, received a response from head of the Mahiliou-based prison.
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Pavel Seviarynets , a former political prisoner and a co-head of the organizing committee to create the Belarusian Christian Democracy party, spoke to charter97.org about the latest events in Ukraine.
"A friend of mine writes that he transferred from a workshop to the security department, because there's no work.