Belarusianpolice continue to search for a "criminal" who on Belarusianindependence day July 27 had displayed the Belarusian flag thatwas declared illegal by a referendum earlier this year and writtenunder it "Warning: Explosives!" Moscow’s Echo radioreported August 26. The local authorities said that they had beensearching for the man for more than two months.
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