Saturday, 21 January 2017
Archive by 2012-02-06
The Romanian government has resigned in a body 2012-02-06 17:56 Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc stated that the government he headed had resigned after several weeks of mass public protests against the austerity policies, he introduced.
Turkish poisoners may be condemned to life imprisonment 2012-02-06 16:44 The accused of the death of five Russians in the result of poisoning with poor-quality alcohol in Bodrum may be sentenced to life imprisonment. They were charged with premeditated murder. The first hearing is scheduled for March 5
Due to problems with the undercarriage Boeing made emergency landing in Krasnodar 2012-02-06 15:38 A passenger aircraft Boeing-737-800 made an emergency landing at the airport in the capital of the Kuban.
Ukrainian cheese will be banned 2012-02-06 14:38 This week, Rospotrebnadzor will introduce a ban on the importation of certain cheese products of Ukrainian producers, which does not comply with Russian requirements, into Russia.
State of emergency imposed in Serbia due to the severe frosts 2012-02-06 13:54 The night before, the authorities of Serbia imposed the state of emergency in the country due to the inability to solve the problems caused by bad weather, the government said in a statement.
Powerful earthquake shook Philippines 2012-02-06 13:20 The 6.8-magnitude quake registered in Philippines, resulting at least one person dead. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the epicenter of the earthquake is located 72 kilometers north of Dumaguete City on the island of Negros.
U.S. military will arrive to Georgia 2012-02-06 12:30 In the near future, the working groups from the United States will arrive to Georgia for the development of a new phase of military cooperation between the two countries, Minister of Defence of Georgia Bacho Akhalaia said.
No one can be safe from Georgia or prison
Emilhan Sadaev, one of the companions of Aslan Maskhadov, has asked for political asylum in Georgia. Since 2004, the former militant is in hiding. Having changed the name, he got refugee status in Azerbaijan and then fled to Sweden. But Sweden's haven appeared not as quiet as it was several years ago. Now Sadaev is in jail, waiting for deportation to Russia.
Azerbaijan's territorial atomism
Debates on changing the constitution took place in the Milli Mejlis of Azerbaijan. Opposition MP Gudrat Hasanguliyev proposed to rename the country into the Republic of Northern Azerbaijan. Hasanguliyev was supported by his colleagues from other factions. According to the MPs, their country is only a fragment of a large Azeri state, split by Russia and Iran in the XIX century. Azerbaijani political scientist Rovshan Ibragimov told GTimes what the MPs have achieved so far.
NATO retreats. To Russia
Looks like NATO peacekeeprs will be coming back home via Ulyanovsk. As rumored by diplomatic sources, this decision should be made in Moscow very soon. It is expected that the military equipment will be brought to a new transit center by air and reloaded into trains going to Europe. GTimes correspondent discusses prospects of transit and possible threats for Russian security with Igor Korotchenko, a member of the Public Council at the Ministry of Defense.2012-02-06 20:51
Kosovo goes to freedom
Kosovo's parliament has adopted a resolution providing the complete independence of the partially recognized state by the end of this year. This revolutionary change has not been really noticed in the world. Until now, much of the functions of government were in the hands of foreign authorities. But in Pristina believe that it is time to determine the true owner of the territory. GTimes has been looking for an answer to the question, what is the solution of the Kosovo authorities to get rid of custody - a demarche or an action agreed with Europe.2012-02-06 14:14
Mikhail Saakashvili: leave not stay
USA worry lest Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili should claim primiership as soon as he resigns presidential office. This was stated in the special services’ annual report submitted to the U.S. Senate. The report says that if Saakashvili remains leader of the country it may entail risks of regional scale. The United States are evidently ready to get rid of the Georgian president.
Liberation of Caucasus with Chechnya as the venue
Journalist Lecha Saligov is a hereditary Chechen white-collar worker who became one of the first political prisoners in Dudayev’s times. His first “acquaintance” with Dudyev’s zindan was in October 1994. Saligov ventured to come out against the ruling regime and was sentenced to death and cast into underground prison. Lecha Daraevich speaks little of himself, mostly telling about what he knows and what he has seen in Chechnya.
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