29 March 2002 MINSK, 25 March (BelaPAN)–Belarusian opposition leader and businessman Andrei Klimov was released from a Minsk prison on 25 March following a district court ruling commuting his six-year prison sentence to “corrective labor.” Corrective labor implies that Klimov will live and work outside prison but will have part of his income deducted for […]

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