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Lithuania to Fence Stretch of Belarus Border By April

OWP 21 Sep 2021
Since 2020, the Belarusian people have protested against the ongoing rule of Lukashenko, who has been in power since 1994 and been dubbed “Europe’s last dictator.” In 2020, Belarus held a presidential election in which Lukashenko won his 6th term in office ...
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300,000 Unvaccinated Caregivers: Macron Has Lost the War of Compulsion

Tap News 20 Sep 2021
THE STALINGRAD OF POWER ... Eric Menat clearly explains in an interview on the evening of this Berezina of power (ER ... This campaign, driven by very powerful industrial interests, is being listened to very carefully by the European Commission ... For Eric Verhaeghe, the idea of the power ...
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Lithuanian President Discusses Illegal Migration, Defense Issues With Merkel

Urdu Point 16 Sep 2021
"The President of Lithuania and the Chancellor of Germany also dedicated some time to discuss energy matters, paying particular attention to the issues of energy independence from third countries, the unsafe Ostrovets nuclear power plant (in Belarus), and the prevention of its electricity accessing the internal market of the EU," the message added.
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Nuclear power riles Kazakhs once again

EurasiaNet 16 Sep 2021
Nuclear power has critics everywhere, but in few places is it as controversial as Kazakhstan, where the Soviet nuclear weapons program left a legacy of contamination and illness. Since 1999, when the country’s only nuclear power plant, in Aktau, was closed, the government has occasionally discussed building a new one.
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EU Parliament touts Russia oil, gas import phase-out

Petroleum World 16 Sep 2021
By Dafydd ab Iago / Argus. BRUSSELS. Petroleumworld 09 16 2021 ... Parliament by a large majority adopted a specific amendment calling for full synchronisation of member states' power grids, notably in the Baltics and preventing sales on EU power markets of electricity produced in the Rosatom-built Astravets nuclear power station in Belarus ... .
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Excess Energy for Cryptocurrency; How Governments Utilize Energy Surplus for Mining

Coin Idol 15 Sep 2021
Until recently, the surplus power was wasted ... Belarus is the latest country to jump on this bandwagon, as President Alexander Lukashenko has proposed to explore this industry. Although the country relies mostly on Russia for energy, it is set to launch two nuclear power plants to supplement energy imports.
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Russia uses new hardware at big military drills

Gulf Daily News 12 Sep 2021
... large military drills with its ex-Soviet ally Belarus, the defence ministry said on Saturday ... Russia sees Belarus as a strategically important buffer to its west, and helped to keep Lukashenko in power with loans and political backing while he crushed a popular uprising last year.
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Russia, Belarus start joint military drills

Urdu Point 10 Sep 2021
Russia and Belarus kickstarted massive joint military drills on the EU's border on Friday, closely monitored by NATO as tensions between Belarus and its western neighbours rise ... The exercises are also closely watched by Belarus's western neighbours ... borders of Russia and Belarus.
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Russia, Belarus start joint drills, worrying neighbours

Urdu Point 10 Sep 2021
Moscow, Sept 10 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 10th Sep, 2021 ) .Russia and Belarus kickstarted joint military drills on Friday, with NATO-member Poland warning of possible "provocations" as tensions rise on the EU's eastern border ... "You can blame anything on Belarus, but at least take in the Afghans," the Russian leader said.
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2014 Nizhny Novgorod Victory Day Parade,Russia
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Russia and Belarus begin active phase of huge war games

Egypt Independent 10 Sep 2021
Russia sees Belarus as a strategically important buffer to its west, and helped to keep President Alexander Lukashenko in power with loans and political backing as he cracked down on huge protests last year and arrested or drove out opposition figures ... and five sites in Belarus.
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Russia begins major military drills with Belarus after moves toward closer integration

Stars and Stripes 10 Sep 2021
The twinning of Zapad 2021 with new moves toward a “Union State” suggests an increasing Russian military posture in Belarus in future, with Lukashenko dependent on Putin after growing internal opposition threatens his 27-year grip on power ... Lukashenko responded with fiery rhetoric against Western threats and declined to guard Belarus’s E.U.
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Russia, Belarus kick off massive joint drills, worrying NATO

Press TV 10 Sep 2021
The army forces of Russia and Belarus have started joint military drills in the Baltic Sea and across the territory of their countries, causing alarm in some European Union states and NATO countries ... Russia says ultimate goal of external powers in Belarus is regime change.
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Canada's Leylah Fernandez, 19, storms into U.S. Open final by toppling yet another top seed

The Keene Sentinel 10 Sep 2021
Open. But her victory celebration — thrusting her right arm to the sky — has become a defining image of the tournament ... In No. 2 seed Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus, Fernandez faced an opponent with a more powerful game, more experience, and a more imposing physique, nearly a half-foot taller ... Open ... Trailing 1-4, Fernandez couldn’t match Sabalenka’s power ... .
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Belarus president Lukashenko sending protest leaders to prison

Beijing News 09 Sep 2021
MINSK, Belarus ... Lukashenko, who denied electoral fraud after winning the presidential election in August 2020, has led Belarus since 1994 ... Belarus denied committing human rights abuses, stressing the protesters, backed by foreign powers, aimed to instigate violent revolution.
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Lithuania expels Afghanistan migrants despite European Court stand

Reuters 09 Sep 2021
VILNIUS, Sept 9 (Reuters) - Lithuania on Thursday sent five Afghan migrants back to Belarus shortly after they had crossed the border despite the European Court of Human Rights earlier saying they should be allowed to stay ... the Taliban's takeover of power in Kabul on Aug.
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