Even today, September 7

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

Cloud …

…and windy, but no rain. Temperature: 9-15 C.
 

Do not pass:

An extraordinary session of the House of Representatives.

In the Economic Court of the CIS in Minsk will be presented by a decision on the claim of the Belarusian side to the Russian duties on oil products.

Belarus delegation arrives in the Danish Parliament.

In Belarus arrives Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Bordyuzha.

In Minsk "Dynamo" stadium football match Romania-Belarus within the framework of qualification for the 2012 European Championship. Beginning at 20.30.
 

THERE WHERE TO NO:

In Kiev Yulia Tymoshenko organized street protests against the policies of President Viktor Yanukovych.

Serbian President Boris Tadic met in Brussels with Catherine Ashton, EU High Representative for Foreign Policy.
 

ALSO THIS DAY:

In 1533 was born the Queen of England Elizabeth I (d. 1603).

In 1812 there was a bloody Battle of Borodino in the war between Russia and France. Army won the battle of the French Emperor Napoleon I, but it was a "Pyrrhic victory", after which the initiative in the war moved to the Russian side.

In 1919 was born Belarusian writer Ales Osipenko.

In 1940, Hitler's Luftwaffe began heavy bombing of London in an attempt to force Britain to surrender. Bombardment performed daily for 57 consecutive days.

In 1959 was born Belarusian politician Viktor Gonchar (missing since 1999).
 

There is a reason:

Independence Day of Brazil (in 1822 Brazil declared independence from Portugal).
 

MINUS 365:

A year ago on the site of Liberty: "The rich can best be seen from outer space."
 

Quote to remember:

"I have the heart of men, not women, and I'm not afraid of anything."

"One man with a head on his shoulders is worth a dozen without a head."

"I do not want a husband who will respect me as a queen, but will not love me as a woman."

"I would rather choose the fate of the poor and the old maids than queen and married."

Elizabeth I, Queen of England (1558-1603).

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