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Over 100 Activists Detained at Russia’s Labor Day Marches
At least 68 were detained at the authorized, peaceful march in St. Petersburg.
Russian Cops Jailed for Torturing Suspects With Cigarettes, Boiling Water
The officers were sentenced for behavior such as inserting a lit cigarette into a suspect's nostrils.
Russian Riot Police Complain of Evictions in Video to Putin
More than 20 retired officers, some of whom had career-ending injuries, are reportedly at risk of becoming homeless.
Russia Asks Interpol to Arrest Kremlin Critic Bill Browder Again
Browder has become one of the most vociferous Western critics of Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin.
Police Fired, Unit Disbanded for Siding With Protesters in Russia’s Ingushetia
The officers "failed to carry out orders to disperse the protesters" rallying against a land swap deal with Chechnya.
Russian Police Question Activist for ‘Pornographic’ Body-Positivity Project
The images are aimed at promoting body positivity among young women.
Russian Police Turn Up Painting Stolen From Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery
A 31-year-old man reportedly told police where he had hidden the painting.
Armed Men Attack Police in Russia’s North Caucasus, at Least 3 Suspects Killed
Four knife-wielding assailants attacked traffic police officers on duty in Nalchik, the capital of the republic of Kabardino-Balkaria.
Russian Police Order 8,000 Long-Range Taser Guns for Crowd Control, Media Reports
The guns come in the form of a baton and can shock targets from a distance of up to 4.5 meters.
Interpol Wasn’t at Risk of Becoming Putin’s Plaything
But the West should still be relieved.
'Brazen Interference': Russian Officials React to Election of Interpol's President
Officials in Moscow cited unfair Western pressure and interference in reacting to the news that a Russian major-general had lost his presidential bid.
Russian Candidate Loses Interpol Elections After International Outcry
Critics said Russia would be able to exploit Interpol's power if Prokopchuk took the presidency.
Criticism Mounts as Interpol Set to Elect Russian as President
U.S. senators this week accused Russia of exploiting the global body to settle scores and harass dissidents.
Over 900 Children Killed in Russia From Crimes in 2018, Investigators Say
Emergency officials also estimated that more than 300 children died in fires in the past year.
Russian Cops Put Out Fire With Snowballs
“The guardians of law and order continued to hurl snow at the burning fence and garage gates before firefighters arrived,” police said.
Russian Police Show off Dance Moves to Rival PSY in Siberia
The stone-faced uniformed officers are seen wiggling and forming the letter P for “Police” with their fingers.
Israeli Injured, Robbed of $350K in Moscow — Reports Say
A police source said that the 62-year-old victim was hospitalized after he was hit in the head with a blunt object.
Russian Policewoman Accuses Boss of Sexual Harassment
The officer said she was forced out of the service for refusing her boss’s advances.
Russia Thwarted Hooligans' Plot Against Foreign Fans at World Cup, Officials Say
The citizens of Senegal, Argentina, the United Kingdom and Poland were the potential targets of the nationalist attacks, Russian police said.
Murders in Russia Down by 27% in 5 Years, Police Chief Says
Aggravated assaults and robberies were down by nearly a half over the same period, Kolokoltsev said.
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