11-year-old Mansur Khatuyev has died at a Moscow hospital, having 95% of his skin burnt. The boy and his 30-year-old mother Aminat Dokkhuyeva were hospitalized after a fire at their home in Berkat-Yurt in the Groznensky District on January 21.The mother was taken to the Research Institute of Vishnevsky and the boy was taken to a children’s hospital. The mother’s condition is stable.
Russian Public Television (RPT) will start its work on May 19, 2013,the Deputy Minister of Communications and Mass Communications of theRussian Federation Alexei Volin said today, RIA-Novosti reports.Volin said that the RPT will have its headquarters at the Ostankino broadcasting complex in Moscow.Russian Public Television will become an independent non-profitorganization. Based on the statute, the new structure has the right tocreate other non-profit organizations in the country and abroad. Its
The first Russian-Georgian winter school of journalism organized bythe Russian center for political analysis "North-South" and thenon-commercial partnership "Caucasian cooperation" started its worktoday in Tbilisi. Journalists from the leading Russian news agenciessuch as RIA Novosti, radio "Mayak", the magazine "RussianReporter", "Moscow News" and the information agency "Vestnik Kavkaza"will hold master classes for Georgian colleagues.The school will also feature lectures on the current trends and prospects
Criminal authority Rufat Nasibov, nicknamed Rufo Gyanjansky, was murdered at Moscow’s Otradnoye District on January 28, possibly as revenge for murder of Grandfather Hasan (Aslan Usoyan), Rosbalt reports.Nasibov was the closest promoter of criminal authority Rovshan Janiyev, one of the main suspects of Usoyan’s murder. Janiyev prefers force to eliminate opponents.Nasibov was in Ukraine when the murder happened. He moved to Moscow after.
The police confiscated 1,100 boxes with 22,000 0.5-liter bottles of falsified vodka worth 3 million rubles on the Taltsy Railway Station in Buryatia. The boxes were labeled “Orlov” and “Pshenichka”, shipped from Vladikavkaz.A shipment of about 2,500 falsified bottles of vodka were confiscated in Buryatia in early November 2012. They were reportedly shipped via railway from Kabardino-Balkaria.
Ingush Leader Yunus-Bek Yevkurov has discussed progress of Ingush students in Moscow and the Moscow Region. Names of A-students and those with bad marks were announced, Yevkurov’s press service reports, RIA Novosti reports.The leader demanded special attention to the unified national exam in the republic. He expressed surprise that students with bad marks were getting positive profiles.