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02 March 2016

At first glance, the statements made by western representatives urging to bring to justice all those guilty of Nemtsov’s killing seem just a little bit strange

01 March 2016

Deputy Governor of Vologda Region to spent 3 years and 10 months in prison

Yesterday the former first deputy governor of Vologda Region, the Head of the Finance Department Sergei Tugarin was convicted in Vologda. In the nearest past the high-ranking official got prison term. 

01 March 2016

An incredibly cruel and inexplicable crime was committed in Moscow yesterday. A baby sitter, a woman who came from Uzbekistan, killed a 4-year-old girl. The name of the child is not revealed according to the law. 

29 February 2016

At the moment five people have been detained over the case of Boris Nemtsov murder. They are the alleged killer Zaur Dadayev, Khamzat Bakhayev who had been providing the accomplices with information and was supposed to have them hidden after the murder as the investigators said, Tamerlan Eskerkhanov accused of chasing Nemtsov’s routes, also the brothers Anzor and Sharid Gubashev. The investigators don’t reveal their part in the crime. Moreover, the alleged organizer of the murder, an officer of the Sever battalion Ruslan Mukhutdinov was charged in absentia and put on the international wanted list.

25 February 2016

The Petushki District Court (Vladimir Region) has sentenced the ex-Mayor of the town of Pokrov Yevgeny Sas to 11 years in a maximum-security penal colony and a penalty of 290 million rubles for bribes, the regional directorate of the Investigative Committee says. “A Moscow businessman legally received a patch of land on lease in October 2013 and went to the local administration to get a permission to construct a trading and catering facility in Pokrov. He faced there red tape and complaints”, the directorate informs.  

18 February 2016

At the moment the Russia’s Investigative Committee is dealing with nearly 60 criminal cases over war crimes committed in conflict areas in Ukraine, the Head of the Moscow Directorate of the Investigative Committee Alexander Drymanov said today.

He says these are the cases over numerous killings of civil population, use of prohibited means and methods of warfare, genocide and kidnapping. Mr. Drymanov also noted that the investigators are looking into mercenary activity, killings of journalists and impeding professional activity of journalists

18 February 2016

Organizer of businessman's kidnapping is convicted of Yakov Khanin's death

The doom has been pronounced in Novosibirsk over the case of a well-known 69-year-old businessman and the leader of the Jewish community Yakov Khanin’s kidnapping. As the investigation materials state, somebody took the businessman to a garage and forced him to drink vodka to make discreditable pictures with a minor girl to be used for blackmail. However, the perpetrators gave him too much alcohol and the businessman died of intoxication. The court gave the alleged organizer of the kidnapping, Mr. Khanin’s former business partner Yuri Zabirov 15 years of jail. 

15 February 2016

Alexander Bastrykin has accused international courts of violating the international law

15 February 2016

The Chairman of the Russia’s Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin has called allied countries for the formation of a coalition against the USA in order to gradually exclude the US dollar from the gold and foreign currency reserves of our countries. According to him it is necessary to build the international system of checks and balances which would allow for the balance of interests of all states on the political and economic arena.

15 February 2016

The Russian Federation Investigative Committee says there could be more suspects in the criminal case over violations that led to the terrorist attack at Domodedovo Airport in 2011. 

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