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Belarus' export of tourism services 13-14% up in 2018
15 January, 14:07
The official said: “The official data we have indicates that roughly $217-218 million worth of tourism services was exported over the year. The growth was approximately as high as 13-14%.”
Belarus, Hungary to bolster ties in tourism
15 January, 13:06
The cooperation between the two countries in tourism holds great potential which is yet to be fully realized, Belarus Sport and Tourism Minister Sergei Kovalchuck said as he met with Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto.
Moon sees first cotton-seed sprout
15 January, 09:39
A cotton seed, carried to the moon by China's Chang'e-4 probe, is the first ever to sprout on the moon, according to scientists of a mini biosphere experiment on Tuesday.
Photo: Internet
New study delves into human brain's memory retrieval process
15 January, 09:17
Researchers have found that when our brain tries to remember a past event, it reconstructs that experience in reverse order, according to a study released on Monday by the University of Birmingham.
Belarus, Russia intend to sign intergovernmental agreement on spent nuclear fuel processing
14 January, 18:59
The official said: “I can tell you even more than that: our Russian colleagues have already sent us the draft agreement in a routine manner. They are also interested in it. The Russian Federation is our strategic partner in implementing the Belarusian nuclear power plant project.”
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Slogan of Minsk International Book Fair announced
14 January, 18:44
The book forum will be themed around the Year of Native Land, the 2nd European Games, the Belarusian literature classics' anniversaries and memorable historical dates of Belarus.
Skaryna's Little Travel Book, 16th century printing press to be featured at Minsk book fair
14 January, 18:25
The main events of the book forum will be traditionally held at the central stand of the Belarusian Information Ministry.
Alexander Parfenov
Belarusian nuclear power plant representative talks about spent fuel management options
14 January, 17:44
Alexander Parfenov said: “The choice of handling spent nuclear fuel is unique for every country. The choice is affected by multiple factors. Apart from that, the final decision depends both on the country's capabilities and commitments as well as the services foreign partners offer."
Belarus sets up organizing committee to celebrate Zubrenok's 50th anniversary in 2019
14 January, 17:43
Belarus Prime Minister Sergei Rumas issued resolution No.7p on 11 January to set up the national organizing committee on planning and running events dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the national children's educational and recuperation center Zubrenok in 2019, BelTA has learned from the website of the government.
The sky over Seoul, seen from the Jamsil Grand Bridge on the Han River, is thick with fine dust on Jan. 14, 2019. Photo: Yonhap
Seoul hit by worst level of ultrafine dust
14 January, 14:44
Seoul was hit by a record-high level of ultrafine dust, known as a class one carcinogen, on Monday, as most of South Korea was blanketed by extraordinarily heavy levels of choking dust particles for the fourth consecutive day.
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