Death and life, creation and destruction, is the natural cycle. But in Belarus, the annihilation seems to be repeated and respond faster than elsewhere leaving little time for the country to recover, understand and break its chains. Yesterday’s influence is often imposed; the similarities, irremediable? At the time of the commissioning of the new Astravets nuclear power plant 32 years...
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