Tikhanovskaya refused the presidency in Belarus: Russia has its own legend
Former presidential candidate in Belarus Svetlana Tikhanovskaya said that she was not going to be the leader of the country. She noted that one of the points of her election campaign was to hold fair elections and then elect a new leader. "I am sure that this will be a very strong leader, with whom Mr Putin would find something to agree on," Tikhanovskaya stressed.
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The European Parliament demanded "broad sanctions" on Belarus
Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko should no longer be recognized as president from November when his term expires, the European Parliament said on Thursday, calling for European Union economic sanctions to be imposed on him.
Belarusian media came out without photos on their websites. So they protest against the arrest of two photojournalists - Meduza
Independent Belarusian newspapers on September 17 removed the photos from the main pages of their websites in protest against the arrest of photojournalists Vladimir Gridin (Tut.by) and Alexander Vasyukovich (Novy Hour).
Yoshihide Suga elected as Japan's first new prime minister in 8 years
71-year-old Suga will replace long-time ally Shinzo Abe who is stepping down because of his health.
Worker "Belaruskali": The strike is already hitting the regime of Lukashenka
Economic demands will soon be added to the political demands of the miners.
Poland is ready to offer Germany an alternative to the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline - Patriot of Donbass
The Polish government has stated its readiness to offer Germany its infrastructure for gas transportation if Berlin refuses to use the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline.
Lukashenko: Belarus showed only a "piece" of the conversation between Warsaw and Berlin about Navalny. There are also "berries" - News on TJ
The President of Belarus said that the conversation was intercepted by an electronic intelligence station.
WEF aims to make vaccine for Covid-19 a global public good
It is leading network to raise production capacity and ensure equitable access. The world has faced no other crisis in recent times that has so highlighted the need for global cooperation.
Several thousand women hold a protest in the center of Minsk
The participants are carrying flowers and white-red-white flags.
US Sanctions Chechen Leader Kadyrov for Alleged Human Rights Violations, Pompeo Says
Washington has sanctioned a number of Russian citizens and entities under the so-called Magnitsky Act, which allows it to impose restrictions on individuals and entities whom it considers to be human rights abusers.
Hagia Sophia: Turkish court ruling paves way to turn museum back into mosque
A Turkish court has revoked the Byzantine-era Hagia Sophia's status as a museum, paving the way for it to be converted into a mosque as desired by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The building was once a cathedral.