A man told Mr. Dashkevich that he had learned that the opposition activist would “have problems” in the Hlybokaye prison and would, perhaps, be killed...
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) plans to increase its investment in Belarus, Max Yacoub, head of the organization's office in Minsk, said at a meeting with Prime Minister Mikhail Myasnikovich on July 14.
The pathologist who did the autopsy on Aleh Byabenin found that the journalist had been in a state of high alcohol intoxication, Tatsyana Kalinina, senior aide to the Minsk region prosecutor, told BelaPAN on Thurs
Belsayuzdruk, a state monopolist that runs a network of newsstands and stores across Belarus, has not released for distribution a new issue of the Belarusian-language private weekly Nasha Niva, BelaPAN reports.
Despite the establishment of the Customs Union, Russia has refused to scrap its export duty on crude oil and petroleum products supplied to Belarus.
The athlete, 23, will head for Belarus from the Wimbledon tournament to meet with young people affected by the Chernobyl nuclear accident.
Lithuanian businesspeople ask Lukashenka to ensure that draft agreement on local border traffic is signed as soon as possible
The agreement allowing people who reside in the 50-kilometer border area to travel without a visa was expected to have been signed as far back as September 2009.
As many as 29.3 percent cast their ballots during the early voting stage between April 20 and 24, up by 4.4 percentage points compared with the 2007 elections.
Opposition politician Alyaksandr Kazulin attended the funeral service for his father-in-law Ivan Sabalewski in Dzyarzhynsk, a small town some 40 kilometers southwest of Minsk, on August 17.