Even today, 17 November

Society
Blitz review of events and those in Belarus, a world history.
 

Rain …

…unfortunately. Temperature: 2 — 6 C.
 

Do not pass:

The National Library of Belarus, the UN Children's Fund presents the book "Folk tales for children." Beginning at 13:45.
 

THERE WHERE HAVE NO:

Testing shipment of Venezuelan oil to Belarus from Odessa Odessa-Brody pipeline.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington presents an annual report on religious freedom in the world.

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan in Moscow.
 

ALSO THIS DAY:

In 1800, at the first meeting of the U.S. Congress met.

In 1942 born American film director Martin Scorsese.

In 1970, the Soviet spacecraft landed Lunahod 1 on the moon.

In 1989 took place in Prague student demonstrations, which have given rise to a "velvet revolution."
 

There is a reason:

International Students' Day.

Day struggle for freedom and democracy in the Czech Republic.
 

MINUS 365:

A year ago on the site of Liberty: "As 15,000 showered regime."
 

Quote to remember:

"Freedom is worth nothing if it does not involve the freedom to make mistakes"- Mahatma Gandhi.

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