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Foreigners in Russia commit 130 times more crimes than 15 years ago
30.11.2005 00:00
Foreigners in Russia commit 130 times more crimes than 15 years ago

In recent years there has been marked the growth of criminal activity amongst foreigners in Russia: they now commit 130 times more crimes than 15 years ago. This data was provided by the Head of the Ministry of Home Affairs at the meeting held at the State Duma November 15. He reported that foreigners have committed 46 thousand crimes in 2006. At the same time, the growth of crimes committed by Russians against foreigners can hardly be called significant – only 13.3%, which is nearly four times less than the criminal activity of foreign citizens. Source: Photo:


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