The Russian Investigative Committee has arrested two suspects in yesterday's Moscow metro tragedy. The incident occurred on Tuesday morning when a train derailed between the Park Podedy and Slavyansky Bulvar metro stations. According to the latest information, 22 people died and July 16 has been declared a day of mourning for the victims. Russia's President, Vladimir Putin, has expressed condolences to family and friends of those who died.
A Muslim convert under investigation by police in Australian for supporting terrorism and fighters in Syria and Iraq was arrested in the Philippines on Friday, police said.
Russia will closely track the results of the Ukrainian investigation of the tragedy in Odessa on May 2, Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Commissioner for Human Rights Konstantin Dolgov told OSCE during the presentation of the White Book on human rights violations in Ukraine during the recent conflict.
Kiev hinders the investigation of the tragic events in Odessa and other cases of human rights violations in Ukraine, official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Alexander Lukashevich has said.
Prosecutors in New York have rejected a request by a defense team to review the case of Russian pilot Konsantin Yaroshenko, who is serving a 20-year jail sentence, in view of illegal actions during his detention, lawyer Alexei Tarasov said Thursday.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev acted normal in the days after the deadly attack, his ex-roommate Andrew Dwinells testified Tuesday during the trial of a Tsarnaev friend accused of obstructing the investigation. Tsarnaev did not seem nervous or agitated, but "he slept a little bit more than usual," Dwinells said.
Russia’s Investigative Committee on Saturday launched criminal proceedings into the shelling from Ukraine of a group of Russian investigators in the southern Russian Rostov Region near the "Donetsk" border-crossing point. Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin told Itar-Tass that Russian investigators wearing special jackets with the inscription “Investigative Committee of Russia came under fire on Friday.
The Russian Foreign Ministry’s special representative for human rights, Konstantin Dolgov, believes that the direct hostilities in southeastern Ukraine may end in the coming weeks but its consequences will be felt for years. "I think that the active phase [of the armed standoff in southeastern Ukraine] will end in a matter of weeks," Dolgov told Rossiya-1 Vesti Nedely (News of the Week) host Sergei Brilyov.
US judge Douglas P. Woodlock will allow prosecutors to reveal to the jurors part of a conversation between Boston marathon bomber Chechen-born Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his pal Azamat Tazhayakov, a national of Kazakhstan, in which the two discussed bomb making, the Boston Herald newspaper reports.
France calls for a detailed investigation into Sunday’s murder of Russian TV journalist in the Ukrainian embattled eastern Donetsk region. A representative of the French Foreign Ministry said this on Monday.
Russian ambassador to the Netherlands Roman Kolodkin has voiced hope that Ukraine will file a request to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) for to send OPCW experts to participate in the probing of the recent tragic events in Odessa, the RIA Novosti news agency reports.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has demanded that Kiev conduct objective investigation into the death of Channel One journalist in the Donetsk Region. The ministry also asked to find and punish the culprits behind the death of cameraman Anatoly Klyan. "Cruel and absolutely illegitimate pursuit of Russian reporters continues in Ukraine," the document said.
The Russian Investigative Committee has opened a criminal case in connection with the death of Channel One cameraman Anatoly Klyan in Donetsk, committee spokesman Vladimir Markin reported.
Nearly two week after capture the Libyan militant charged in connection with deadly attacks on American consulate in Benghazi attacks that have become a flashpoint in US politics pleaded not guilty Saturday afternoon during a brief first appearance before a US federal judge.
An Argentine judge has charged Vice President Amado Boudou with bribery and conducting business incompatible with public office in the acquisition of the company that prints the country's currency and of later benefiting from government contracts.
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Ukrainian government forces have disarmed a group of people who broke into the grounds of the Dolinsky oil refinery (Kirovograd region), Interfax reports regional prosecutors as saying.
Japan said Wednesday it would hold another round of talks with North Korea next week to check progress in Pyongyang's promised investigation into the fate of Japanese citizens abducted during the Cold War, AFP reports.
The Italian Foreign Ministry wants to know who is to blame for the death of Italian photo reporter Andrea Rocchelli who was killed by mortar fire near Slavyansk in Eastern Ukraine on May 24. Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini said on Saturday that Kiev had launched an investigation into the Italian journalist's death and that there had been some progress.