Customs officials in Belarus don’t need a reason to confiscate shipments passing through the country: it’s their job. MINSK, Belarus–Belarus lies smack between Western Europe and Russia and shares borders with five countries: to the northwest, with Latvia and Lithuania, Russia to the northeast and east, Ukraine to the south, and Poland to the west. […]

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