As reported on Wednesday July 12th by Deutsche Welle with reference to the local police, six Russian citizens were detained by the German police during the riots during the G20 summit in Hamburg.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has expanded the powers of Rosguard (Russian National Guard – RRT).
The internal computer network of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia was struck by ransomware WannaCry (a.k.a. WannaCrypt0r, or WCry), reports Varlamov.ru referring to several sources familiar with the situation.
According to a source in the law authorities of the Astrakhan region, an armed attack on Rosguard took place in Astrakhan on the night of April 6th.
According to website OVD-Info, the number of people detained at the anti-corruption protest rally in Moscow that was held on March 26th exceeded 1000 people. Earlier the police told about 500 people detained.
6 servicemen of Rosguard were killed in Chechnya during an attack of a group of militants on a National Guard base.
The bill was discussed in the government on Monday, March 13th. The participants of the meeting did not have any “conceptual remarks” regarding this bill.
Russian president Vladimir Putin dismissed 10 generals from the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Investigative Committee (IC), and the Federal Penitentiary Service (FPS). The corresponding decree was published on the internet portal of legal information.
School principal in the village of Krasnokamenka near Feodosiya in the Crimea ousted teenagers from the school stadium, accusing them of holding an illegal rally.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on dismissal of 16 generals of Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Emergency, and the Investigative Committee of Russia from their posts.