Several hundred residents of the Uzbek enclave Soh have attacked a Kyrgyz border post, on the territory of Batken region of Kyrgyzstan.
The incident occurred Sunday afternoon. The reason for the attack was the intention of the Kyrgyz side to electricize the outpost on the border with the enclave, which the local residents rose up against. The villagers attempted to seize the firearms from the military, wounding some of the latter.
While suspicions about money and sponsorship plague all Russian politics, the RuNet is a particularly contentious battleground. The rift between the oppositionist and pro-government camps is a hotbed of accusations about illicit funding, with each side desperately professing its own honesty and insisting on the other's deception. When it comes to news developments about cash in the RuNet, the stories usually spring from illegal hacks.
On Friday a New York court sentenced Russian Vladimir Zdorovenin to three years in prison after being found guilty of cyber fraud, identity theft and illegal operations with securities.
In January 2012 Zdorovenin, 55, was extradited to New York from Switzerland, where he was detained in March 2011. Zdorovenin has thus already been imprisoned for almost two years.
According to U.S. prosecutors, Zdorovenin and his son Kirill were engaged in criminal activities since 2004.
Russian Railways (RZhD) and the Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency (Rosatom) intend to create a nuclear-powered train, reports Interfax.
According to RZhD vice-president Valentin Gapanovich, the train, consisting of 11 carriages, will house scientific exhibits.
The estimated cost of construction is as yet unknown, as well as the safety measures for such transport.
In the middle of the 20th Century the transport industry almost fell in love with the idea of nuclear-powered vehicles.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country will back Egyptian efforts to put an end to the Israeli aggression in the besieged Gaza Strip.
In a telephone conversation with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on Friday, Putin said Russia planned to support Cairo's efforts directed at normalizing the situation in the Palestinian territory, the Kremlin said in a statement.
The remarks come after Egypt’s Prime Minister Hisham Qandil visited the Gaza Strip on Friday, where he urged the world leaders to stop Tel Aviv’s attacks.
This video will show several Systema techniques that are being shown by four different high class trainers in Russia.
Systema (Система, literally meaning The System) is a Russian martial art.Training includes but not limited to: hand to hand combat, grappling, knife fighting and fire arms training as well.
During the following month, NATO will hold military exercises to train joint actions of the members of the Alliance under conditions of a cyberwar. Reporters managed to find out that an "African country" will act as a conditional aggressor. In fact, U.S. military officials admit that it is Russia that will play the role of the cyber aggressor. Not to disappoint the United States and, to be more precise, to ensure combat readiness at this point, Russia began to develop cyber weapons too.