KIEV (Sputnik) - Ukrainian prosecutors asked Kiev's Podolsky district court on Friday at a hearing to extend the arrest of RIA Novosti Ukraine portal head Kirill Vyshinsky, who has been held in Ukrainian custody for over a year, a Sputnik correspondent reported.
GENOA, (Sputnik), Anastasia Levchenko - One month ago, Facebook shocked economists and politicians around the world by announcing its plan to launch a digital currency in 2020. Its ambitious goal is to enable people who "remain outside of the traditional financial system" and have no access to a traditional bank to use a "simple global currency".
Sydney Leathers tweeted her call to support former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel, accumulating numerous comments in the thread, with many endorsing the move. There were also a bunch of others who thought such an endorsement is too lewd and incompatible with politics – something the actress has eagerly had her say on.
On Thursday, Russia’s Embassy in Germany reported that two Russian women had gone missing in Munich on 13 July and that the city’s police have opened a criminal case.
A lodger who stabbed a 13-year-old British girl to death after she claimed he had got her pregnant has been found guilty of her murder. The case has highlighted the difficulty UK police sometimes have in accessing evidence held by Facebook.
Tastes differ, but this Malmö-based museum offers the most adventurous of spirits a varied palette of 80 foods from across the globe that gained iconic status as the “most disgusting”. Having unorthodox preferences and a cast-iron stomach wouldn't hurt.
The news comes after the US Department of Defence (DoD) said on Wednesday it was in the process of “unwinding” Turkey from its F35 Joint Strike Fighter programme after the latter chose to buy Russia’s S-400 surface-to-air missile defence systems.
Earlier this month, the government of Gibraltar said that its law enforcement agencies, with support from the UK Royal Marines, detained an Iranian supertanker carrying about 2 million barrels of crude oil.