Bereza

Bereza

 

a city (since 1940), administrative center of Bereza Raion, in Brest Oblast, Byelorussian SSR, on the Iasel’da River (Dnieper Basin). On the Moscow-Warsaw highway, 6 km from the Bereza-Kartuz railroad station. Population, 7,500 (1968). There are enterprises for reinforced concrete parts, engine repair, and metal structurals and a lime industry. There are butter and cheese plants and a building materials combine. There is a museum of revolutionary history. The Bereza District Power Plant is 26 km southeast of the city.

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It is understood the young mechanic shielded girlfriend Amber Bereza once they realised a shooter was firing on the crowd at the Route 91 festival.
Dad-of-two Robin Bereza, 67, who was left for dead after she stabbed him as he walked his dogs, said: "I was hoping and praying that she didn't win her case so I'm over the moon.
Eugene Bereza from the Canadian Medical Association called the criminal law a "blunt instrument and very difficult to change" (175) and in 2004 suggested that all prohibited activities be moved to the category of controlled activities in the name of "flexibility.
That Bereza is a proudly outspoken and synagogue-going Jew is often pointed out by those who do not agree with the mounting equivalence of Right Sector with neo-fascism.
Bereza now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for her under a royalty agreement.
So, on April 2, Stretch took her for a drive and she spotted Robin Bereza, 64, walking his dog.
Retired firefighter Robin Bereza, who also attended the hearing, was one of the men who survived the Hereford attacks.
Accomplices Gary Stretch, 47, of Riseholme, Orton Goldhay, Peterborough, thought to be Britain's tallest prisoner at 7ft 3ins, was found guilty of the attempted murder of Robin Bereza.
Police launched a nationwide hunt to find her after the bodies were discovered in remote ditches in Cambridgeshire but she went on to drive 140 miles to Hereford where she repeatedly stabbed and badly injured two dog walkers, Robin Bereza and John Rogers.
Stretch, 47, was found guilty at Cambridge Crown Court of the attempted murder of dog walker Robin Bereza, while Layton, 36, was convicted of preventing the lawful burial of two murder victims.
Dennehy, 31, had previously pleaded guilty to the killings as well as admitting the attempted murders of two dog walkers, John Rogers and Mr Bereza, and preventing the lawful and decent burial of her murder victims.