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In Minsk the riot police opened fire on those standing on the balconies people

In Minsk law enforcement agencies opened fire on people standing on the balconies of apartment houses, according to Sputnik of Belarus. Video of the incident posted on YouTube.

The incident occurred in the vicinity of the metro station "Grushevka" on the prospectus Dzerzhinsky.

"Plotted evil": why NATO builds up forces near the Russian borders

Strengthen the infrastructure, build personnel to conduct more exercises — NATO finally approved defence plans for the Baltic States and Poland in case of "aggression Moscow". The journalists said the Minister of foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius. The details are secret, but the Alliance clearly stepped up the military presence on Russian borders. On the recent unfriendly steps "Western partners" — in the material RIA Novosti.

Plan to protect Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia was developed at the request of those States in 2014, after the reunification of the Crimea with Russia. However, against final approval is made, the Turkey is unhappy that the Alliance partners refused to officially recognize the self-defense forces of Syrian Kurds terrorist groups. In early July, Ankara changed position and the document was accepted.

Kosachev: the agreement on arms must meet the interests of Russia and China

The agreement on nuclear weapons of Russia, China and the United States, if will be concluded only on the basis of sovereign interests of Moscow and Beijing, said RIA Novosti Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Konstantin Kosachev.

Earlier, the special representative of the President of the United States arms control Marshall Billingsley stated that the new agreement should apply to the nuclear arsenals of Russia and China, and fully embrace them. He commented on the proposal of the Minister of foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius, noting that Lithuania is a strong NATO ally and friend of the United States.