27 November 2001 MINSK, 26 November (Radio Racyja)–Belarusian human rights activists suggest that the arrests of Leanid Kaluhin, director of Belarus ‘s largest refrigerator factory, Atlant, and other key industrialists and businessmen, mark the beginning of the “hunting season” in Belarus, when the authorities track down disagreeable figures. Observers believe Kaluhin’s arrest is directly linked […]

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