Blitz review of events and those in Belarus, a world history.
…rain, a little cloudy. Temperature: 14-22 plus.
Do not pass:
Continuation of the three trials of protesters December 19, 2010: in the courts Partyzanski, Moscow, and the Frunze district of Minsk.
The opening of two new trials of participants in the protest December 19, 2010: in the courts Condo and Leninsky districts of Minsk.
THERE WHERE HAVE NO:
The women's movement FEMEN protest against ships in Belarus at the Independence Square in Kiev. From the press release movement: "As a sign of protest against the vusataga Vandal women's movement FEMEN takes it under the scope of their slingshots with slim legs activist on the Independence Square. The action will appeal to international institutions to use military force to overthrow the regime of Lukashenko as all peaceful means of enforcing democracy exhausted themselves, and Lukashenka's actions become increasingly paranoid and are a threat to freedom, life and health of the people of Belarus. "
In Cannes, the annual International Festival begins (until May 22).
In Athens, the expected general strike.
ALSO THIS DAY
In 1883 was born Belarusian writer Yanka Moor (d. 1971).
In 1904, Salvador Dali was born, Spanish surrealist painter (d. 1989).
In 1927 he founded the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts. Became the first president of the Academy of actor Douglas Fairbanks, who proposed establishment of an award, known as the "Oscar". The first celebration of the award "Oscar" was held in 1929.
In 1981 Bob Marley died, a Jamaican musician and composer (b. 1945).
In 1990 died Russian writer Benedict Erofeev (b. 1938).
There is a reason:
The Festival of Flowers in Azerbaijan.
Eastern Partnership: Who threw?
Quote to remember:
The man should give himself to the people, and even if it does not want to take.