Russia’s Ambassador For Turkey Shot Dead

Russia’s Ambassador For Turkey Shot Dead: A 22-year-old man reportedly shot the Ambassador of Russia to Turkey, Andrey g. Karlov, in a photo exhibition entitled “Russia as Seen by Turks” in Ankara, Turkey, Monday afternoon, December 19, 2016, local time. Karlov, who won the opening exhibit, reported killed. While at least three others were injured. Information from the Aljazeera news agency said Karlov shot in the back when he was a few minutes of taking the stage. The perpetrator had invited guests to leave the exhibition grounds after he shot…

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Gorbachev: Do Not Replied Sanctions for People’s Aspirations

The former Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, said that the referendum Crimea correcting mistakes by the Soviet. Therefore, the Crimea people’s desire should not be repaid with sanctions for Russia. “First the Crimea combined with Ukraine under Soviet law, rather the ruling party (the Communists), without seeking the approval of the people. Today the people decided to correct that mistake. This should be welcomed, not subject to sanctions,” said Gorbachev as quoted the Interfax news agency. Gorbachev asserted, Crimea referendum region is a reflection of the aspirations of the people, and…

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The Crimea Officially Merged With Russia

Russia on Tuesday March 18, 2014, finally signed the Treaty to receive the Crimea becomes area following the results of the referendum showed a majority of residents want the Crimea returned to the territory of Russia. The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin signs a draft treaty with Prime Minister of Crimea and Russia’s Parliament Speaker, after earlier giving a speech the state tinged standing ovation the member of Russia Parliament. In his speech, Putin emphasized that the results of the referendum of Crimea which shows 96 percent of citizens of…

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Viktor Yanukovych Gave A Statement

Deposed Ukraine president who is now a fugitive, Viktor Yanukovych, is reportedly to provide a statement from the city of Rostov-on-Don. This was stated by a source close to Ukraine’s former President to the RIA Novosti news agency on Monday (10/03/2014). Rostov-on-Don is a port city in the southern Russian region bordering Ukraine. If the news is true, then this will be the second appearance of Yanukovych publicly in the city, since he left Ukraine after being ousted in the last month. Earlier, Yanukovych said that he was forced to…

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Russia’s Parliament To Support The Arrival Of Crimea

The Russian veteran politicians are welcomed the possibility of joining the Crimean into The Federation of Russia, despite the threat of sanctions for Russia strengthened amid worsening relations the West and Russia. “If the people of Crimea through the referendum wanted to join with Russia, we would support that choice,” said the Chairman of the upper House of Parliament Russia, Valentina Matviyenko. “We will respect the choice of the historical people of Crimea,” the Chairman of the lower House of Parliament to connect Russia, Sergei Naryshin. Increasing the possibility of…

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