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KGB accuses Pavlo Sharoyko of spying for Ukrainian military intelligence.
The infestation is but one symptom of a pestilence spreading across the northern hemisphere.
Thanks to its lax regulations and friendly tax conditions, Belarus could become a blockchain leader.
Belarus relies on Russian energy, but economic factors argue against shipping its oil products via Russian ports.
Minsk mulls restrictions on drink sales and raising the drinking age to curb the drastic effects of high alcohol consumption.
FBI, Microsoft, ESET also took part in operation to cripple a major financial crime network.
The operation was led by a Ukrainian journalist and involved an embassy adviser, according to the Belarusian KGB.
Private entrepreneurs are the driving force behind the country’s rising IT sector – but could they do it without the state at their back?
The former Soviet state sets its sights on expanding trade and economic relations, and developing new sources of foreign capital.