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Russia annexed Crimea, the participant Pussy Riot Mary Alekhine was again taken to the police, reports the correspondent of Radio Liberty Anton NumLock. The activist managed to send a video from the shop where they insult the Cossacks of the so-called "Crimean Self-defence". They also demanded that Alekhine and local activist Alexei Efremov to go with them and took a cap cap. Communication with Alekhine was interrupted after she asked the cafe, which was with Ephraim, to call the police. Later activists reported that they were being taken to the police station. On the eve Alekhina and two other members of Pussy Riot – Olga Borisov and Alexander Sofieva detained in different parts of Simferopol, and was taken for medical examination in the clinic. All three...
In the Crimea annexed by Russia, arrived three activists of the band Pussy Riot, Maria Alekhina, Olga Borisova and Alexander Sofiev. They had intended to hold a rally in support of Ukrainian Director Oleg Sentsov, who is serving a 20-year sentence of the North Caucasus military district court. Share them to hold not given to the Russian police: Borisov and Sofiev day February 27, had to return to Moscow, but did not return, and Maria Alekhina after clashes with the local Cossacks once again took to the police. In addition, the Ukrainian side is the arrival of activists on the Peninsula was perceived as a violation of its state borders. Olga Borisova and Alexander Sofiev arrived in Crimea on February 25. They reached the Port of Caucasus by taxi, and there...
In the suburbs for more than 10 years residents of a hostel of the former cloth factory in the village of Spartak Ramensky district are fighting for their homes. In 2007 year the company was declared bankrupt and the house with the tenants was sold to a private firm. The new owner, through the court demanded the former employees of the factory to evict. To defend their room was only a few families.
The American magazine Time published on 3 February letter to Carter page, who in 2016, was the adviser of the candidate in presidents of the United States Donald trump. In recent days, the name of the page appears in media reports in connection with the investigation of spectracolor Robert Mueller. In a letter dated August 25, 2013, Paige tries to convince the publisher of his book that he was perfectly informed about the events in Russia. “Over the last six months I was lucky enough to be the unofficial adviser of a team of Kremlin analysts, preparing help your President to G-20 summit in St. Petersburg, where a prominent place is given to energy issues“. Carter page is the Central figure in a notorious Memorandum issued recently by the Republicans in...
A Supporter of Alexei Navalny, Nikolai Lyaskin couldn't get in on the action "protest voters" in the centre of Moscow on January 28. He was detained by the police near the house, he pulled out of taxis. In OVD Laskin was accused of organizing an unsanctioned rally with a tweet with a link to a video of Alexei Navalny, calling out to the rally. 29 Jan Perovskiy district court of Moscow upheld the position of law enforcement agencies and arrested Laskin for 15 days.
Police Officers arrested four volunteers of the Moscow headquarters of Alexei Navalny. The activists were leaflets calling to boycott the elections. Supporters of Navalny associate the increased attention of law enforcement agencies scheduled for Sunday action "protest voters". Searches and detentions today were still in the 7 regional headquarters.
Former Governor of Kirov region Nikita Belykh, who is accused of corruption, made on Friday with the last word. He denied all charges, reiterated that all his actions as Governor were for the benefit of the Kirov region, and asked the court to make a fair decision.
Supporters of Alexei Navalny are preparing for a nationwide "Strike voters." The politician has announced to boycott the election after CEC refused to register him as a presidential candidate. Across the country, the police confiscated leaflets calling out to the rally and not participate in the vote, and retains volunteers protest headquarters. In Moscow for handing out leaflets Jan 21, detained Madina Usatovo and Aleksey Mashchenko.
In school in the South West of Kentucky, in the County of Marshall, at least five students received gunshot wounds. Police suspect the attacker zadergala, said channel CBSNews, citing the local emergency management office. The Governor of Kentucky, Matt Bevin said of one killed, several wounded and added that many details of the incident remain unknown.
In Yekaterinburg, the authorities initially banned the rally of supporters of Navalny on 28 January, calling "strike voters" contrary to the Constitution and threatening the security of Russia, but then changed his mind and agreed to the meeting, asking the organizers to move it away from the center. About this Radio Liberty said the head of Navalny's campaign staff in Yekaterinburg Viktor Barmin.
In London at the age of 46 years died, Irish singer, composer and songwriter, singer of the Irish rock group The Cranberries, Dolores O'riordan. The cause of death is not known. In 1990 Dolores O'riordan joined the Irish band The Cranberry Saw Us, and after that musicians changed the name to The Cranberries. The band played alternative rock, dream pop, Celtic rock, soft rock, and gained international fame. The cause of her death is not yet known.
The CEC registered several dozen presidential candidates. But "the box" tells only about how is collecting signatures in favor of Vladimir Putin. Political scientist Alexander Morozov and Dmitry Oreshkin, politician Alexander Gnezdilov about the peculiarities of election campaign in Russia. Leading Elena Rykovtseva
The Festival of Russian civil initiatives "father frost against Putin", organized by anarchists, was completed in the Finnish capital Helsinki. The activists spoke about political repression in Russia, the impact of the law on foreign agents, torture in prisons, about the case of journalist Ali Feruza.
11 Nov during a jump in a wingsuit in the Himalayas killed the legendary Russian base jumper Valery Rozov. His life and death-an occasion to talk about what an extreme sport, why do people risk their lives and as mankind expands the boundaries of experience. Guests: Andrei Volkov, scientific supervisor, Moscow school of management SKOLKOVO and Ivan Dusharin, Vice President of the mountaineering Federation of Russia, three-time conqueror of Everest.
Tver court of Moscow sentenced the head of Hermitage Capital of William Browder to nine years in prison, finding him guilty in deliberate bankruptcy and tax evasion amounting to more than three billion rubles. Protection Browder intends to appeal the verdict. The court ruled that, with Browder and his partner Ivan Cherkasov, who also takes on the case, more than four billion rubles at the expense of the victims. The consequence considers that they do not transfer taxes with several companies and contributed to their bankruptcy. The circumstances of the case date back to 1996. In 2013 Browder was sentenced in absentia in Russia to nine years of imprisonment on the case of tax evasion amounting to more than half a billion rubles. William Browder was one of...