Human rights ombudsperson says 18 cases opened over missing people in ChechnyaRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 20, 12:27
Maduro calls Trump 'new Hitler' after his remarks about Venezuela in UN speechWorld September 20, 12:22
Defense Ministry test-launches RS-24 missile towards Kura proving groundMilitary & Defense September 20, 12:12
Suspects detained after cars set ablaze outside office of Mathilda director’s lawyerSociety & Culture September 20, 11:55
Russian tennis star Sharapova ready to compete at Tokyo 2020 OlympicsSport September 20, 11:33
Lavrov blasts 'fake' claims of Russian meddling in EU elections as ‘waste of time’Russian Politics & Diplomacy September 20, 11:11
Russian emergencies minister offers assistance to Mexico after devastating quakeRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 20, 10:58
Chinese missile frigate to be open for public in VladivostokMilitary & Defense September 20, 10:41
Ukraine’s Naftogaz files lawsuit with The Hague court over Crimea assetsBusiness & Economy September 20, 9:42
MOSCOW, June 14 (Itar-Tass) — Police in the Moscow region shut down six illegal gambling parlors, a spokesman told Itar-Tass on Thursday.
"Agents of the department for combating economic crimes in the Noginsk district, together with personnel of the Federal Security Service department for Moscow and Moscow region, assisted by special task force police, carried out a range of measures to intercept gambling," regional police spokesman Yevgeny Gildeyev said.
The organizers used the Internet to attract clients. "In all, the police shut down six gambling parlors in Noginsk, Fryazevo, Electrougli, Staraya Kupavna and Chernogolovka. They operated for about three months. Police estimate that revenue from one such gambling parlor reached some six million rules. Three suspected owners of the illegal casinos have been detained. They are residents of Noginsk and the Volokolamsk district. The investigation is continuing, according to the spokesman.