Stories about Belarus from October, 2006
TOL's Belarus Blog writes about yet another arrest; prize for Milinkevich, and the Belarusian language museum.
A rather amusing video from a Belarusian wedding party causes a rather serious discussion about the country's present and future, reports TOL's Belarus Blog.
Former presidential candidate is in jail and on hunger strike; 60-year-old woman is sentenced to two years for requesting a psychiatric exam for the country's president – and this isn't all of it, writes TOL's Belarus Blog.
TOL's Belarus Blog writes about an underreported church protest rally that took place in Minsk last Saturday.
TOL's Belarus Blog writes about a pro-Iranian documentary recently broadcast on national TV.
The latest TOL's Belarus Blog posts cover these topics: population divided over mere symbols; the release of a young political activist; a hunger strike by members of a Minsk protestant church “New Life.”
TOL's Belarus Blog continues to cover the case of youth activist Paval Krasouski.
TOL's Belarus Blog writes about the country's Czech, Slovak and Polish “brothers in arms.”
TOL's Belarus Blog posts a Belarusian blogosphere digest.
TOL's Belarus Blog reports on the detention of a young activist on murder charges. Also, there's an entry on demolition of old buildings in Minsk.
TOL's Belarus Blog writes about the Accordion Party at Minsk YoYo Club; privileges installed for certain government officials; and the temporary closure of a literary journal that was publishing “some political analysis as well.”