Blitz review of events and those in Belarus, a world history.
…zadazhzhyts the evening. Temperature: 20 — 33 C.
Do not pass:
Evening with the magazine "The verb" gallery "B". Presentation of the new rooms. Involved, among other things, the authors of the journal Leonid Dayneko, Nyaklyayeu, Olga Gapeeva, Sergey Prilutsky. Beginning at 19.00.
THERE WHERE HAVE NO:
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert Gates met with his South Korean counterpart in Seoul.
The International Court of Justice in The Hague will announce an advisory decision on the legitimacy of Kosovo's declaration of independence in 2008.
ALSO THIS DAY:
In 1822 was born Johann Gregor Mendel, the founder of genetics and the discoverer of the basic laws of heredity (1884).
In 1944, the Polish Committee of National Liberation announced its manifesto thus From the period of Communist rule in Poland (1944-1989). In communist Poland July 22 was the main state holiday.
In 1946 born French singer Mireille Mathieu, was named successor to Edith Piaf.
In 1883 Poland was abolished martial law imposed by the communists December 13, 1981 to take control of the social movement led by the trade union "Solidarity".
In 1990 died Argentine writer Manuel Puig (b. 1932).
In 1997, for violation of the Belarusian-Lithuanian border Belarusian authorities arrested a Russian television journalists Pavel Sheremet and Zavadsky.
A year ago on the site of Liberty: "They are us — milk and meat, and we have them — a pipe."
Quote to remember:
"I write novels, because in our society there is something I do not understand" — Manuel Puig.