Belarus Digest and the Centre for Transition Studies are launching a series of analytical papers offering in-depth analysis of various aspects of Belarus often overlooked by Western experts and press.
Most new wives in Belarus are eager to show their abilities in running the home, while also working, which sets a strain for their marriages.
Blogger of the British Finacial Times web site writes about hotel construction frenzy in Belarus.
When driving in Belarus beware of flying car hoods.
Photos of the train car damaged in the bombing in the Minsk metro station Oktyabrskaya on April 11, 2011, were posted by the user of the the Facebook-like Vkontakte social network group “Belarusian Railway”. These pictures were taken in April 2013. The car is currently stays at the Moskovskaya depot were it was taken after the incident. Until now only police investigators cold access it. The future of train car No. 1494 is unknown. Upper part is quite damaged by explosion and corrosion yet undercarriage is in good condition.
Here’s video from that day. Initially this video was published on nn.by website but later deleted on demand of authorities. Since nn.by is officially registered as Mass Media they had to comply.
Major world mass media reported a story about the fisherman, who tried to help trapped beaver but the animal bit him several times. One of the bites hit a major artery in the leg and man died of blood loss.
This accident happened over a month ago. Probably those world media have got it through some alien satellite uplink outside the Solar system.
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Sound was recorded back in 1990s and used in many videos since has became a mem.
Belarus remains one of the most unfriendly countries in Europe for people with disabilities.
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This article (Published on: Sep 10, 2011 ) was put in top for some time since it has been transferred from the old version of our site.
About a thousand people gathered in the drizzling rain in a Minsk park to vote for a resolution which proposes a series of demands to the authorities. Among other things, they demanded to stop the raise of prices, to release political prisoners and to hold free elections. The organizers of the rally called it “People’s Assembly.” To make themselves more visible to the crowd, they mounted a sculpture of a stork stretching its wings.
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