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12 march, 2018 10.33
Sergei Skripal, an officer of GRU (Main Intelligence Directorate – military intelligence agency in Russia), who was convicted of high treason, was possibly poisoned by the nerve gas in the British town of Salisbury. American historian Yuri Felshtinsky in exclusive article for GORDON explained the possible meaning of these new atrocities by the Russian secret service.
10 march, 2015 01.03
Despite the fact that many people think that wrong people were detained on the charge of Boris Nemtsov’s murder, it is likely that the arrested Chechens were involved in the crime, the Russian historian and publicist Mark Solonin believes.