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Belarus leader says Putin offers help...

Belarus leader says Putin offers help...

Europe

Sun, Aug 16 2020

Many gathered at the spot where Alexander Taraikovsky, 34, died on Monday during protests against an...

Unicef troubled by Belarus police ‘excessive...

Unicef troubled by Belarus police ‘excessive...

World

Sat, Aug 15 2020

Serious concerns remain over reports of excessive force used by police against protestors, in many cases...

9 EU states back sanctions against...

9 EU states back sanctions against...

Europe

Fri, Aug 14 2020

Germany, Austria and Sweden have already called for sanctions straight away

Police, protesters clash in Belarus...

Police, protesters clash in Belarus...

World

Mon, Aug 10 2020

Video footage showed helmeted police detaining and clashing with protesters

Belarus holds election as street protests...

Belarus holds election as street protests...

Europe

Sun, Aug 9 2020

A former Soviet collective farm manager, Lukashenko has ruled since 1994

Robben gives up on World Cup...

Robben gives up on World Cup...

Football

Sun, Oct 8 2017

Netherlands still have a mathematical chance of reaching Russia if they beat Sweden but Arjen Robben...

Bangladesh invites Belarus...

Bangladesh invites Belarus...

Foreign Affairs

Thu, Apr 20 2017

Belarus identifies Bangladesh as 'promising priority country with sustained high economic growth'

Nato, Russia to hold parallel drills...

Nato, Russia to hold parallel drills...

Middle East

Tue, Nov 1 2016

It will involve 680 unarmed personnel from seven Nato countries and 10 partner states

Tannery shift faces treatment plant...

Tannery shift faces treatment plant...

Bangladesh

Sat, Oct 1 2016

Tanneries in Dhaka are stalling on their relocation to Savar claiming that the state funded Central Effluent...

Belarus authorities push pubs to stock...

Belarus authorities push pubs to stock...

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Tue, Sep 20 2016

Sweetened hematogen bars, containing a sterilised cow-blood extract, had been standard with youngsters...