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A Canadian man suspected of being a Nazi war criminal who participated in a 1943 massacre of villagers in Belarus has died, his lawyer says.
A Belarusian rights activist who stripped off at his trial to show a message to the country's president -- a tattoo across his chest saying "Lukashenka, Get Out!"-- has been jailed for two years.
Russia says the two-day EU Eastern Partnership summit in Riga has lost "another opportunity to make a step toward bridging a widening gap on the continent."
The EU Eastern Partnership summit in Riga has revealed a new split in Europe that divides the European Union's six "eastern partners" themselves.
Participants at the EU's Eastern Partnership summit have agreed on a final document affirming the bloc's relations with six neighboring countries in spite of sharp differences on key issues.
The European Union on May 21 reassured its six Eastern European partners that the 28-nation bloc "is as committed as ever" to building closer reations with them.
European Union leaders are gathering in the Latvian capital, Riga, on May 21 for a summit with their counterparts from six eastern countries.
European Union leaders are set to meet with their counterparts from six eastern countries in Riga on May 21 and 22, amid concern that the meeting could further inflame tensions with Russia.
European Council President Donald Tusk says Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine have the right to aspire to EU membership but he will not deliver an “empty promise” about the prospects of such integration.
Police investigating reports of illegal drug cultivation at a Daghestani farm have freed a Belarusian man who had been kidnapped and ended up toiling there as a slave laborer.
The Belarusian interior minister surprised many when he recently appeared decked out in the uniform of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's secret police, or NKVD. What's he trying to tell us?