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Belarus expels Swedish ambassador for promoting rights President Lukashenko (R) is said to be furious over a pro-democracy stunt by a Swedish PR firm last month Belarus has expelled the Swedish ambassador for meeting opposition groups and "destroying"
Lukashenko regime has expelled Swedish Ambassador to Belarus for being too supportive of human rights...Carl Bildt has furthermore added that Sweden has responded by blocking the arrival of the new Belarus ambassador and by expelling two diplomats.
Sweden's foreign minister says Belarus has expelled its ambassador 'for being too supportive of human rights.' Carl Bildt says Sweden in turn has decided that the incoming Belarusian ambassador to Sweden won't be welcome. He also
Tsikhan, who took silver in Athens, had been pulled by the Belarusian team before Friday's competition because of the retesting relating to the 2004 Games. He also spoke on condition of anonymity because there was no public announcement.
Friday August 03 2012 Stewart Downing goals have been rare during his Liverpool career, but the England winger gave Brendan Rodgers the ideal start to his Anfield reign yesterday. The winger notoriously tallied no goals and no assists in the Premier
Belarus (AP) — It's probably the first time in history that teddy bears have defeated generals. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko's office says two generals have been sacked after a Swedish light plane intruded on the
Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko pardoned two opposition figures imprisoned for organizing a riot' in 2010 as the EU considers a fresh range of sanctions against his regime...Swedish advertising agency Studio Total claimed responsibility for
Earlier this year two men were executed for planting a bomb on the metro in the Belarus capital Minsk, but some believe they were forced to confess and the bomb was the work of the state security services...But thanks to an extraordinarily brave
Belarus admits air invasion by teddy bears Updated After weeks of denial, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko admitted that a small Swedish plane entered his country's airspace July 4, dropping hundreds of teddy bears on tiny black parachutes,
40 CET Double click on a word to get a translation Online: http://www.thelocal.se/42126/20120719/ In an unedited open letter to Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko , founder of Swedish PR firm Studio Total Per Cromwell protests the arrest of a