MOSCOW (Reuters) - Workers on Friday cut out part of a new monument to Mikhail Kalashnikov, inventor of the Soviet Union's legendary AK-47 assault rifle, after eagle-eyed Russians noticed that it.. Reuters
We start with the Russian targets in the latest EU sanctions which have now come to light. The latest restrictions tighten the screws on 5 Russian state-owned banks already under sanctions. The length.. Source: RT News Channel -
An engraved German StG44 rifle mistakenly put on a newly-unveiled monument to Mikhail Kalashnikov in Moscow, the inventor of the AK-47 assault rifle, is sanded off.
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The main suspect in a deadly 2014 shooting at Brussels’ Jewish Museum may not be able to attend his trial due to a medical condition, his lawyers said on Thursday. French national Mehdi Nemmouche,.. Source: Euronews English -
The main suspect in a deadly 2014 shooting at Brussels’ Jewish Museum may not be able to attend his trial due to a medical condition, his lawyers said on Thursday.
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The chief suspect in the 2014 shooting at Brussels’ Jewish museum is to appear in court today. The lawyer for French national Mehdi Nemmouche says his client wants to make what he called “a.. Source: Euronews English -
Michel-Jack Chasseuil, 75, had his fingers broken during a raid on his wine cellar in La Chapelle-Bâton in 2014. Five men from the Lille area of France have been jailed for the botched operation. MailOnline
The Kalashnikov Group famous for the AK-47 will officially reveal what it is describing as a noiseless unmanned surveillance aircraft at next month's MAKS international air show near Moscow. MailOnline
Bath Rugby fans travelling to Paris for the club's European Challenge Cup semi-final are urged to remain vigilant following the suspected terrorist attack last night.A policeman was shot dead by a.. Bath Chronicle