Lavrov and Mogherini to meet on July 11 in BrusselsRussian Politics & Diplomacy June 29, 12:16
Newly-designed landing craft to be capable of carrying smaller air-cushioned vehiclesMilitary & Defense June 29, 12:00
Russian diplomat warns US apparently gearing up for new intervention in SyriaRussian Politics & Diplomacy June 29, 11:14
Decision on extending EU sanctions against Russia comes into forceWorld June 29, 10:21
Russia creating advanced amphibious ship for ArcticMilitary & Defense June 29, 9:49
Russia may reduce presence on EU energy markets in next 20 yearsBusiness & Economy June 29, 8:48
Top military brass baffled by UK defense chief’s remarks about Russian warshipRussian Politics & Diplomacy June 29, 8:20
FIFA president lauds Confederations Cup semi-final match as incredibleSport June 29, 7:38
Chile edges Portugal with 3-0 penalty shootout win for 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup finalSport June 29, 1:38
MOSCOW, August 26. /TASS/. Russia’s Investigative Commitee has declared that it has sent to court the criminal case of two members of Ukraine’s nationalist organization UNA-UNSO (outlawed in Russia) who were fighting for Shamil Basayev’s militants in Chechnya in the 1990s.
Investigative Commitee spokesman Vladimir Markin said "the investigation is over of a criminal case opened against members of a gang of the nationalist organization Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian People’s Self-Defense (UNA-UNSO), Ukrainian citizens Nikolay Karpyuk and Stanislav Klykh."
The investigators say Karpyuk together with Dmitry Korchinsky and other UNA-UNSO members arrived in Chechnya from Ukraine in order to join local militants to commit attacks against and murders of civilians, Russian military servicemen and law enforcers." Karpyuk and Alexander Muzychko led a group of militants called Viking.