Russia moves to...

Russia moves to...

Moscow : Russia | Oct 17, 2012 at 11:12 PM PDT
Source: Arab News
Views: Pending
Russian investigators opened criminal proceedings against a prominent leader of protests against President Vladimir Putin yesterday, saying a documentary on a pro-Kremlin TV channel showed evidence Sergei Udaltsov had plotted mass disorder. Law enforcement officials raided Udaltsov's... FULL ARTICLE AT Arab News
1 of 2
Russia's President Vladimir Putin gives a toast in September 2012
Russia's President Vladimir Putin gives a toast in September 2012
  • Clear
  • Share:
  • Share
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Credibility
  • Wait... Flag

News Stories

  • Left Front activist arrested over plotting mass riots

      Russia Today
    Two more suspects have been detained over the May 6 Moscow clashes case. Meanwhile, the opposition is planning to stage a rally on Thursday in support of all the arrested following the so-called March of Millions...Lebedev will remain in custody...
  • Putin opposes wearing headscarves at schools

      Fox News
    President Vladimir Putin has spoken out against the wearing of headscarves in Russian schools in his first public comment on a potentially explosive issue. Putin's statement Thursday follows a recent incident in southern Russia where a school...
  • Putin against hijab in schools

      Russia Today
    Russian Orthodox Church head Patriarch Kirill recently pushed back against accusations that the Church opposed freedom of speech over its role in the recent trial of the infamous punk band Pussy Riot...We should see how our neighbors, European states...
  • Russia files charges in TV riot-plotting case

      SF Gate
    Russia's top investigative agency filed criminal charges Thursday against an opposition leader's assistant, continuing a widespread crackdown on the movement against President Vladimir Putin . The Investigative Committee said in a statement that Left...
  • Putin defends Russia`s right to sell arms

      Zee News
    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday Moscow will continue selling arms to legitimate partners on the global market. Speaking at a meeting of governmental commission for military, Putin said Moscow thoroughly estimated situation in the...



More From Allvoices

Related People

Most Commented Reports

Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.