Even today, 26 August

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


…and colder. Temperature: 13-18 C.

Do not pass:

In the club "Graffiti" act "StepHall" and "Zyuzka and Brunnhilde." Beginning at 19.00.


Kazakh Foreign Minister Ruslan Kazakbaev in China.

In Astana, the international conference on the subject of nuclear disarmament.

In Moscow International Motor Show.


In 1880 was born Guillaume Apollinaire, French poet of Belarusian origin (d. 1918).

In 1910 was born Mother Teresa, a Catholic nun of Albanian origin, known for his work in favor of the poor and infirm in India (d. 1997). In 1979 she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Pope John Paul II, Mother Teresa beatyfikavav.

In 1914, Argentine writer born Hulie Cortazar (d. 1984).

In 1920 was adopted by the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gave women the right to vote.

In 1962 the Belarusian poet born Tatiana Sapach.

In 1992, the Czech and Slovak prime ministers, Vaclav Klaus and Vladimir Mechyar, signed an agreement on the division of Czechoslovakia into two separate states — the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The division, called the "velvet divorce", entered into force January 1, 1993.

In 2008 Russia unilaterally recognized the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

MINUS 365:

A year ago on the site of Liberty: "The fate of Eastern Europe: between a rock and Ribbentrop."

Quote to remember:

"It is only through the absurd life can break out of this infinite absurdity", — Hulie Cortazar.

Hello, my lonely new home!
Be a guest, sister, friend — Fall,
come in, sagreysya … there is a chair and a blanket,
together and waited for the white carved …
While in power December-rudafoba
was not zavakonny world
remember the words of the saddest songs
restore clear the sweetest of dreams.
How sweet to look into the fire
last quivering fragrant candles —
and sees the day past and future,
and know: our law — now here
and the only way! .. And the flame will not move
great mysteries napavzmroku.
The only — at night — will be U.S. and the sky.
The only — pity — we'll become.

Tatiana Sapach

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