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Australia beats Belarus 3-2 to reach Fed Cup final

BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — Australia advanced to the Fed Cup final for the first time in more than a quarter century after Ashleigh Barty and Samantha Stosur beat Aryna Sabalenka and Victoria Azarenka of Belarus 7-5, 3-6 6-2 in a decisive doubles match Sunday.


Tracey, Hunt & Canada Dominate Belarus

Brayden Tracey, Daemon Hunt and Team Canada locked up first place in Group A coming out of the weekend at the 2019 IIHF Under-18 World Championship in Sweden. Tracey and Hunt both picked up an assist in Canada's 11-1 win over Yegor Buyalski and Belarus on Sunday. The win improved Canada to 3-0, whil


Schoolgirl, 15, killed by a freight train while 'listening to music and reading texts' in Belarus

A schoolgirl died when she was hit by a freight train as she crossed railway tracks while listening to music. The 15-year-old girl was thrown 60ft into the air after being struck by the oncoming train in Belarus, which she did not hear as she was 'listening to music on her headphones'.


Barty prepares for friendly Belarus fire at Fed Cup

Ashleigh Barty expects plenty more from doubles partner Victoria Azarenka than her misleading ranking suggests when the pair play for just the second time in a Fed Cup semi-final in Brisbane.


Belarus' Lukashenko: presidential election will take place in 2020

MINSK (Reuters) - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Friday that the country’s presidential elections would be held in 2020 as planned. Speaking at his state-of-the-nation address, Lukashenko said parliamentary elections would be held later this year.


St. Clair Selected to Team USA Coaching Staff for Europe vs. USA Meet in September

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – North Dakota State University associate head track & field coach Justin St. Clair has been named to the Team USA coaching staff for the Europe vs. USA dual meet this September in Belarus.


Belarus Could Get a Nuclear-Powered Bitcoin Mining Center

Aleksandr Lukashenko, the president of Belarus, met with the country’s IT community to discuss the growth of its native tech industry, according to the state-owned national news agency, the Belarusian Telegraph Agency.


Tennis: Barty beats doubles partner Azarenka to level Fed Cup semi-final

SYDNEY (Reuters) - World number nine Ashleigh Barty kept alive Australia’s hopes of advancing to their first Fed Cup final in 26 years when she beat former world number one Victoria Azarenka in the second singles of the tie against Belarus in Brisbane on Saturday.


Belarus puts pressure back on Australia

Aryna Sabalenka and Sam Stosur spent two hours and 36 minutes on Pat Rafter Arena on a rainy day. “Well, it was unbelievable. Thank-you everyone for supporting, it’s always an amazing atmosphere here in Australia,” Sabalenka said.


Belarus develops air defense missile system to fight small-size drones

MINSK, April 22. /TASS/. Belarus has developed a new air defense missile system dubbed TRIO to fight small-size drones, the republic’s State Military and Industrial Committee said on Monday.


Belarus completes 2019 spring grain sowing

MINSK, April 22 (Reuters) - * Belarusian spring grain sowing 100 percent complete at 884,600 hectares, the Belarus agriculture ministry said. * Belarus had said it planned to sow a total of 878,900 hectares of spring grain for the 2019 grain harvest. * It says the 2019 grain harvest could reach at l


Israeli airstrikes in Syria allegedly killed missile scientists from Belarus, North Korea: Debka

BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:40 A.M) – Missile scientists from Belarus and North Korea were allegedly killed by the Israeli Air Force in Syria over the weekend, the Israel-based Debka File claimed on Sunday.


What Type Of Climate Does Belarus Have?

Belarus is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe. It borders Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Latvia, and Lithuania. The country's capital city is Minsk, which is also its most populous city. Belarus spans an area 80,200 square miles, and forests cover about 40% of the country's land area.


Capital.com Acquires New Regulatory License in Belarus

The National Bank of Belarus granted a new regulatory license to Capital.com. The company, which is operating globally via its Cyprus license is acquiring the new permit at a time when the market in the country is continuously growing with new players.


Putin, Lukashenko discuss bilateral cooperation, says Kremlin

MOSCOW, April 22./TASS/. The Russian and Belarusian presidents, Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko, discussed bilateral ties in a phone call on Monday, the Kremlin press service reports.


Australia break 26-year Fed Cup drought

The duo fought hard throughout the intense, heart pumping and enthralling fifth rubber at Pat Rafter Arena with a 7-5 3-6 6-2 victory over Belarusians Victoria Azarenka and Aryna Sabalenka.


Belarus to Mine Bitcoin Under President Lukashenko Guidance

As Bitcoin continues to trade above $5,000, the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, revealed that his government will support innovation initiatives associated with cryptocurrency (such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple) and blockchain technology. He suggests opening a mining farm for crypto.


Belarus to demand Russia’s Transnef compensate for supplies of low-quality oil

MINSK, April 20. /TASS/. Belarus’ Belneftekhim concern plans to demand Russia’s Transneft oil company pay compensation for supplies of inferior-quality oil, Belneftekhim’s CEO Andrei Rybakov said on Saturday.


State Funded Crypto Mine Planned in “Europe’s Last Dictatorship”

The dictatorial president of Belarus has promised to build a nuclear-powered data center for cryptocurrency mining, reports Miner Update. President Alexander Lukashenko has been pushing the Belarusian technology sector. In December 2017, at the height of the crypto bull market, he signed into effect


Russia’s creeping annexation of Belarus ‘already taking place,’ Juknevičienė says

Most people see annexation as something that occurs once and for all at a particular time; but in fact, it can be a creeping process in which one country gradually takes over another which like the frog in warming water doesn’t recognize what has happened until too late – and that is exactly what is