Kim Jong Un compares Trump’s speech to declaration of war, vows tough responseWorld September 22, 7:20
US move to quit Iran nuclear deal to send wrong signal to North Korea — Russia’s UN envoyWorld September 22, 6:39
Moscow welcomes reform of UN’s anti-terrorism activities — LavrovRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 22, 3:53
NATO seeking to revive cold war-era climate — LavrovRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 22, 3:51
Situation in Syria gives grounds for cautious optimism — LavrovWorld September 22, 1:24
NATO secretary general comments on Russian military drillsWorld September 21, 21:34
NATO secretary general hails idea of deploying UN force in UkraineWorld September 21, 21:29
Russia ready to discuss alternative resolutions on UN mission to DonbassRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 21, 20:18
UN approves probe into Islamic State crimes in IraqWorld September 21, 20:10
GROZNY, May 6 (Itar-Tass) - Chechen head Ramzan Kadyrov said the Tsarnayevs brothers had committed the crime and gotten due.
“Many people write me on the Internet and ask me why we don’t help the Tsarnayevs brothers. I study information on the brothers and I believe that they had gotten due. I name them as shaytans. It is good that they failed to commit anything more,” Kadyrov said on Monday.
He did not rule out that the Tsarnayevs brothers “were trained in Georgia and Turkey”.
“People, who know them well, say they were capable of doing all. It is clear who was behind them and who manipulated them. That is why I don’t intend to stand up for them. The Tsarnayevs brothers are citizens of America and have no relation to the Chechen Republic,” Kadyrov stressed.