Even today, April 6,

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


Cloudy with occasional sunshine, rain in the evening, the temperature at +2 — +4 C at night, 11 — 13 C.

Do not pass:

Minsk. In the Constitutional Court will continue its consideration of the Polish Law "On the Pole's Card" for compliance with the principles of international law.

Minsk. In the national press center — preskanferentsyya "On the level of living of the population of Belarus in 2010."
Beginning at 11.00.

Minsk. Club "Alekss" (Chernyshevsky Street, 10A) — a party ROCKMIX.
Beginning at 19.00.


Berlin / Prague. Start the visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyagu in Germany and the Czech Republic.

Milan. Beginning of the trial against Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who is accused of using child prostitutes and abuse of power.


1453: Beginning of the last siege of Constantinople troops Mehmeda II.

1814: Napoleon I's abdication from the throne, the restoration of the Bourbon dynasty.

1896 in Athens started 1st modern Olympic Games.

1909: Start of the first scientific expedition to the geographic North Pole by Robert Peary.

1917: Introduction of the United States in the first world war.

1941: German troops invaded Yugoslavia.


1812: Alexander Herzen, the Russian public figure, writer and philosopher.

1893: Joseph Gavrylik, leader of the Belarusian movement in Western Belarus.

1904 Nicholas Hvedarovich, Belarusian poet.

1910 Boris Kit, a scientist, an active leader of the Belarusian emigration.

1945: Bob Marley, Jamaican musician.


885: Methods, brother Cyril, founder of the Slavic alphabet.

1199: Richard the Lionheart, King of England.

1520: Raphael, Italian painter.

1528: Albrecht Durer, a German artist, art theorist.

1656: Staravolski Schiemann, historian and author of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.

1829: Niels Henrik Abel, the famous Norwegian mathematician.

1948: Nicholas Shiloh, the Belarusian national figure and journalist.

1992: Isaac Asimov, an American science fiction writer.

1999: Gennady Karpenko, Belarusian scientist and politician.

There is a reason:

Greek Independence Day (1821).

MINUS 365:

Will Belarus new loans from the IMF?

Quote to remember:

If a doctor says that I have left 5 minutes, I will not tear your hair out. I'm just typing a little faster.

Isaac Asimov

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