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«Getting closer to nuclear Apocalypse». Review of the Russian media

The Ministry of civil aviation of Egypt has published the full text of the tentative reasons of the investigation into the crash of the Russian Airbus 321 flight 9268 airline «Kogalymavia», stating: Egyptian investigators have found no evidence that the crash happened as a result of «unlawful acts or terrorist act».

The newspaper «Kommersant», writing about this says that the Egyptians carried out the investigation on the basis of appropriate documentation provided by the Russian side.

Deputy Chairman of the party PARNAS Ilya Yashin wrote an open letter to the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov in connection with the murder of Boris Nemtsov. S this letter the opposition leader expresses readiness to come to Grozny and listen to the answers of Chechen leader in «number of questions». In a press-service of the President of Chechnya «»Kommersant» reported that the letter had not yet read.

The Deputy Chairman of Parnassus prepares an expert report on the political situation in Chechnya, to represent him, he plans for the anniversary of the murder of Boris Nemtsov. «I can come to Ivan, I suggest you to meet with me. I have a number of issues that you just do not like it. In government media you are a man who is not afraid of direct conversation and uncomfortable questions. I hope that you confirm the reputation», – quotes the edition of the text of the letter.

The FSB refutes the information about the incident with the Turkish ship in the Black sea, which, according to foreign media reports, tried to prevent the towing modern drilling rig in the territorial waters of the Russian Federation.

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«Getting closer to nuclear Apocalypse». Review of the Russian media 14.12.2015

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