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Ukraine: Clashes in capital over use of Russian | Houston Chronicle

'Opposition protesters spray tear gas against riot police in front of the Ukrainian House in central Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, July 4, 2012.'

Via @catvincent.

Ukraine: Clashes in capital over use of Russian | Houston Chronicle

'Opposition protesters spray tear gas against riot police in front of the Ukrainian House in central Kiev, Ukraine, Wednesday, July 4, 2012.'

Via @catvincent.

Dissidents airdrop hundreds of free-speech teddybears over Belarus | Boing Boing

‘“Belarus is usually referred to as the last dictatorship in Europe. The opposition is jailed and tortured. The freedom of speech is non-present. Yesterday morning a small airplane entered the restricted Belarusian airspace, heading for Minsk. Flying on low altitude to avoid radar, the plane reached Minsk early morning releasing it’s cargo of 800 plush teddybears with protest signs demanding free speech. The plane was able to return to Lithuania without being detected. Later the same day day the Belarusian minister of defense denied anything or anyone entered Belarusian airspace.” And if not for the small detail that we filmed everything our guess is that no one would have believed this ever took place. The only thing a dictator can’t really survive is when the people are laughing at him, and this is what we people will do when a plane was able to circle over Minsk airdropping teddybears and get away with it.” ‘

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