Envoy says Donetsk Republic won’t agree to leave DebaltsevoWorld October 20, 21:42
IIHF chief Fasel: Appointing ex-Olympian as Russia’s sports minister an 'excellent choice'Sport October 20, 21:37
Militants in Aleppo are disrupting ceasefire and hindering evacuation, Lavrov tells KerryRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 20, 21:25
Three Russian officers injured in gunmen's precision fire in SyriaWorld October 20, 21:09
Hungary’s foreign minister: Agreement between US, Russia only way to solve Syrian crisisWorld October 20, 20:38
Federal Guard Service refuses to comment on GPS problems near KremlinSociety & Culture October 20, 20:22
Lavrov: West lets Islamic State 'genie' out of bottle in Middle EastRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 20, 19:45
Five years since Colonel Gaddafi’s death, Libya still floundering in turmoilWorld October 20, 19:03
Senior Russian MP outraged by Charlie Hebdo’s cartoon over Orthodox center in ParisRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 20, 18:59
MOSCOW, February 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Investigators were firm over the Bolotnaya Square disorders case though there received threats, Russian Investigative Committee Chief Alexander Bastrykin said. Mass disorders took place on Moscow's Bolotnaya Square on May 6, 2012.
"We were firm and adhered to principles, though we received written threats," he told an Investigative Committee meeting.
There were also recommendations not so harsh, he added.
However, the IC chief did not say from whom threats and recommendations came.
Bastrykin assured investigators would remain firm. "We will continue to act so, and we state it clearly," he added.