October 2

Kremlin Criminals



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Posted 19.01.2020 by Yorr in category "Rock

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  1. By Tular on
    The Georgian mafia (Georgian: ქართული მაფია) is regarded as one of the biggest, powerful and influential criminal networks in Europe, which has produced the biggest number of "thieves in law" in all former USSR countries and controls and regulates most of the Russian-speaking mafia groups. [citation needed] They are very active in Russia and Europe.
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  2. By Maulmaran on
    Jul 31,  · The Kremlin, which first reacted cautiously to Belarus' move, toughened its stance Friday. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia expects Belarus to quickly free the detainees.
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  3. By Faujora on
    1 day ago · On July 30, Belarus’ Investigative Committee said the men will face criminal charges including “preparing mass disorder,” an offense punishable by up to eight years in prison. The Wagner Group is suspected of promoting the Kremlin’s interests in Ukraine, Syria, and Libya, among other nations, though Russia officially denies using.
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  4. By Magrel on
    Apr 26,  · Russian-based organized crime groups in Europe have been used for a variety of purposes, including as sources of ‘black cash’, to launch cyber attacks, to wield political influence, to traffic people and goods, and even to carry out targeted assassinations on behalf of the Kremlin. The penetration of the criminal world in Russia.
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  5. By Nekazahn on
    Jul 31,  · The Kremlin, which first reacted cautiously to Belarus' move, toughened its stance Friday. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia expects Belarus to quickly free the detainees. “The unwarranted detention of the 33 Russian citizens doesn't fit into the framework of the allied relations,” Peskov said during a conference call with reporters.
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  6. By Vinris on
    Mar 23,  · The Kremlin does not control organised crime in Russia, nor is it controlled by it. Rather, organised crime prospers under Putin, because it can go with the grain of his system.
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  7. By Katilar on
    Russia opens criminal case against Kremlin critic after planned anti-Putin protest MOSCOW, July 31 (Reuters) - Russian authorities said on Friday they had opened a criminal case against an.
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  8. By Kagataur on
    Dec 01,  · Kremlin relies on criminals and rewards them with political patronage, while top officials collect bribes 'like a personal taxation system' Wed 1 Dec EST EST US .
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