Even today, November 24

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



Cloudy afternoon, evening and night — rain and snow, the temperature
0 — 3 C

Do not pass:

Minsk, at the Government House will be a meeting of the organizing committee Belarusian People's Assembly. Starts at 10:00

Minsk, the opposition organized on October Square in action "Get out!".

Some opposition leaders have already confirmed their willingness to take to the streets to meet with voters. It is expected that this event will be a rehearsal for the event, which may be held on December 19. Starting at 18 hours.

Minsk, on November 26, in the office of the BPF film screening will take place on the 80 th anniversary of Vladimir Karatkevich. For five nights will be showing five paintings: "Wild Hunt of King Stach", "ferry", "Leaves of chestnuts", "Mother Hurricane" and "Christ landed in Grodno." Started showing up at 18.30.


Belgrade, the EU Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Programmes Stefan Fule will visit Serbia.

Dushanbe, the meeting of prime ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

Kiev, Israeli President Shimon Peres will visit Ukraine.


1793 — La Marseillaise became the anthem of France.

1934 — President of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal pasture given the title "Atatürk" ("Father of the Turks").

1963 — the alleged killer of President John F. Kennedy Lee Harvey Oswald was killed by Jack Ruby in Dallas police building.

1996 — Constitutional referendum in Belarus, the results of which have led to the concentration of power in the hands of the president.

1997 — Belarus liquidated newspaper "Svoboda".


1632 — Benedict Spinoza, Dutch philosopher.

1729 — Alexander Suvorov, Russian general who in 1794 crushed the uprising in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

1888 — Dale Carnegie, American psychologist.

1954 — Emir Kusturica, the Bosnian director.


2006 — died in London from polonium poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko, a former lieutenant colonel of the Russian FSB, the opponent of the Russian regime.

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Quote to remember:

"If the stone that falls freely, could talk, he would have thought that falls on their own free will"- Benedict Spinoza.

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