Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Sunday, December 21, 2008
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Here are some of todays actions:
Barazenka, 20, who was charged in early 2008 over his participation in an unauthorized peaceful demonstration this past January and placed on the police wanted list after he fled prosecution, was arrested following his voluntary appearance at the Minsk city police department on October 27 for questioning.
Thursday, December 4, 2008
On video: the fresh copies of the newspaper are delivered to the headquarters of Nasha Niva in Minsk. Despite of being allowed to go on sale in newsstands, the newspaper is not going to give up on the system of subscription it has developed in the course of the last 3 years, when it was banned from the official distribution system. Who knows what happens in the future...
On photo - volunteers pack "Nasha Niva" into the envelopes, which will be later sent to subscribers via regular mail - until today, it was impossible to subscribe to the newspaper in a usual way, that is why "Nasha Niva" had to come up with such a system of self-distribution.
You can see the AFP's report by clicking here (unfortunately, AFP have do not allow to embed their videos on other websites)
To see the video, click here.
In the second part of the Al-Jazeera report the Belarusian music scene is being scrutinized: