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Belarus arrests two in wake of teddy bear airdrop

A handout photo provided by Swedish firm Studio Total shows teddy bears falling to the ground over a residential area in Minsk, Belarus, on July 4, 2012 in the name of Pro-Democracy. Once described as Europe's last dictator, President Lukashenko is known as an authoritarian leader opposed to freedom.

“Straddling the border of Poland and Belarus, there is a reminder of what Europe used to look like before the arrival of man.  Białowieża Forest is the largest remaining part of a vast primeval forest that stretched for thousands of miles from corner to corner of the European plain.”