Funeral in Belarus

Relatives mourn over the graves of Galina Pikulik, left, and Anatoly Narkevich, both victims of Monday's bomb attack at a metro station in Minsk, Belarus, during their funeral in the village of Kolodishichi. Belarussian President <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007973" title="Alexander Lukashenko" href="/topic/politics/government/alexander-lukashenko-PEPLT007973.topic">Alexander Lukashenko</a> ordered law enforcers on Wednesday to question local "political actors," a reference to the opposition, over the metro station bomb attack, which killed 12 people.
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( Vasily Fedosenko/Reuters / April 13, 2011 )

Relatives mourn over the graves of Galina Pikulik, left, and Anatoly Narkevich, both victims of Monday's bomb attack at a metro station in Minsk, Belarus, during their funeral in the village of Kolodishichi. Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko ordered law enforcers on Wednesday to question local "political actors," a reference to the opposition, over the metro station bomb attack, which killed 12 people.

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