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Only 14 Criminal Cases Involving Foreign Adoptions Opened in Russia in 2 Years
Russia opened 14 investigations into crimes against Russian children adopted by foreigners in the past two years, comparing with thousands of crimes have been committed against minors in Russia this year alone.
--29-11-2013--
Moscow Warehouse Closed After Anti-Migrant Riots
A vegetable warehouse in a Moscow Biryulyovo district, which became one of the main targets of anti-migrant rioters during a night of violent clashes in the area, is closed for five days, local officials report.
--15-10-2013--
Biryulevo: Special-purpose Plan "Volcano" Has Been Cancelled
The situation in the Western District of Moscow Biryulevo has normalized. No one left near the shopping center "Biryuza" after midnight. There are no protesters in surrounding streets. According to police, nearly 400 people were detained for unlawful acts under article 213 of the Criminal Code (Hooliganism). Special-purpose plan "Volcano" introduced to fight against disorders in Biryulevo has been cancelled.
--14-10-2013--
Moscow Sees Violent Protests Over Murder of Russian by Migrant
A mass protest in southern Moscow against lawlessness and domination of migrants turned violent on Sunday and ended with clashes with police and mass arrests on disorder offences.
--14-10-2013--
Makhachkala Mayor Detained over Organized Murder Suspicion
A Moscow Court has sanctioned a two-month arrest of the mayor of Dagestan's capital Makhachkala, Said Amirov, who was detained on suspicion of having organized a murder of a Russian investigator.
--04-06-2013--
Belgorod Shooter Found and Arrested
On Tuesday, police in southwest Russia detained the man suspected of shooting six people dead in the city of Belgorod.
--24-04-2013--
Six Killed in West Russia Mass Shooting
An assailant shot dead six people in the Russian city of Belgorod on Monday afternoon, opening "random fire" on innocent people.
--23-04-2013--
A Letter of Support for Suspect in Acid Attack
Over 300 cast and crew members of the Bolshoi Theatre signed a letter in support of Pavel Dmitrichenko - a suspect of masterminding an acid attack on the theatre's artistic director.
--13-03-2013--
Three Suspects Detained Over Bolshoi Acid Attack
Moscow police detained three suspects over the acid attack on the Bolshoi Theaters artistic director Sergei Filin, including the organizer.
--08-03-2013--
Russian Officials Oppose Return of Death Sentences
Several top officials in Parliament and Kremlin have rejected the possibility of a return of the death penalty in Russia after Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev said in an interview that he saw nothing wrong in it.
--13-02-2013--
The Bolshoi Theatre Art Director Injured in Acid Attack
The Bolshoi Ballets Art Director Sergei Filin was attacked by an unknown assailant on Thursday in Moscow, suffered severe acid burns to his face.
--18-01-2013--
Supreme Court Judge Killed in Dagestan
A judge of the Supreme Court of the Russian North Caucasus republic of Dagestan was killed in the city of Makhachkala on Tuesday.
--16-01-2013--
No Charges Against Man Who Killed 3 Robbers
Investigators have not found basis to charge Gegam Sarkissyan, a Russian businessman, who killed three robbers who invaded his home and attacked his family.
--12-04-2012--





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