The Belarusian government is again trying to kill off the top-selling independent newspaper by taking direct aim at its financial heart. MINSK, Belarus–A popular folk superstition says that those who are mistakenly declared dead will live exceptionally long lives. If that’s true, then Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta is going to have more lives than a cat. […]
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