Voronenkov's assassin dies amid surgery
The assassin who killed Russian Duma's former deputy Denis Voronenkov in the center of Kyiv on Thursday has died amid surgery in hospital, according to the Ukrainian Interior Ministry.
Belarus drops allegation that frontier intruders came from Ukrainian territory
Belarus dropped an allegation that a car with armed men, that broke through the Belarus border on the night of March 20, entered from the territory of Ukraine. Oleh Slobodyan, the Border Guard Service officer Oleh Slobodyan reported that on his Facebook page.
U.S. Concerned By Detentions In Belarus, Urges Respect For Freedoms
The United States and the United Nations have voiced concern about what human rights groups say is the Belarusian government's biggest crackdown on protesters in years.
Belarusian President Suspends Collection Of 'Parasite' Tax On Jobless People
MINSK -- Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has announced that collection of a tax on unemployed people will be suspended for one year, stepping back from a policy that has prompted widespread protests in the tightly controlled former Soviet republic.
Thousands in Belarus protest against the tax on parasitism
More than a thousand of people protesting against the “tax on parasitism” walked along the central streets of Belarusian city of Brest and blocked traffic flow on the city’s main motorway.
Lukashenko provides a possibility for Europeans to travel without visa for five days
Citizens of 39 European countries, including the entire European Union, as well as Brazil, Indonesia, the US, Japan and other countries will be able to enter the county without a visa for a maximum of 5 days
Alexandr Lukashenko: Minsk ready to organize local election in Donbas and to bring order in the 400-km long border
‘We’re ready to play any role to bring peace there,’ Belarusian president noted.
EU said that parliamentary elections in Belarus show the need for 'comprehensive electoral reform'
The European Union has said that parliamentary elections in Belarus on September 11 show the need for 'comprehensive electoral reform.'