THREE MURDERERS SENTENCED TO DEATH ESCAPED FROM ďBUTYRKAĒ PRISON
From the well known Butyrskaya prison in Moscow three dangerous criminals have escaped sentenced to the death penalty.
This morning at 7:00 a.m. while checking prison cells the worker of Main Execution Office of Justice Ministry of Russia did not find the three of prisoners. Later it became clear the criminals made a hole in the cellís bottom and escaped.
ROMAN FOMIN: DANISH JUSTICE FAILED TO REACH ISRAELI AMBASSADOR
The scandal around Israeli ambassador Carmi Gillon is not going to settle down soon in Denmark. The police of Copenhagen refused to arrest the former chief of the Israeli security service. This attempt to arrest the head of the foreign diplomatic mission is a unique incident in the history of the Danish kingdom
SRDJA TRIFKOVIC: NATO EXPANSION THREATENS EUROPEAN PEACE
When Presidents George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin finished their second meeting, at the end of the G8 summit in Genoa last month, American proponents of the missile defense plan and of NATOís further expansion claimed a victory for their policies.
ROMAN FOMIN: ANCARA DISSATISFIED WITH SWITZERLAND. TURKISH AUTHORITIES NEVER ADMITTED ARMENIAN GENOCIDE
The Swiss court continues hearing the case caused by old events. It is not excluded, that after pronouncing the verdict Swiss text books of history will be reedited. The question is about genocide against Armenian nation that was committing by Ottoman Empireís authorities in 1915-1923, as a result from 1 to 1,5 million people died in Armenian lands included in the Turkish state.
ARTUR DAN: ONLY SPECIALLY SELECTED PEOPLE MAY SHOW UP AT IRKUTSK GOVERNORíS INAUGURATION
Irkutsk governorís inauguration is to take place on September 7. Two previous ceremonies took place in the hall of the Regional House of Councils which could take 300 people in. However the governor elect Boris Govorin did not like the hall Ė he believed it was not good for the ceremony of his own inauguration
CHRIS DELISO: NATO'S MACEDONIAN PHRASE-BOOK
Since its beginnings in February, the crisis in Macedonia has presented the pro-interventionist Western media with a significant challenge: that is, how to justify acting against a democratic and peaceful country, one that had neither a malevolent dictator nor any serious oppression to recommend it for opprobrium.
ANTON PONOMAREV: MOSCOW PREFERS BEEF TO BULLFIGHT
There will be no Portuguese corrida extravaganza in Moscow. The organizers of the arrangement did not take this issue into account Ė there is a lot to see in Moscow besides. However there is a lack of meat in the capital, beef that is
ONE MORE HUMAN BEING KILLED BY NIKOLAI SOLTYS
This fact became known yesterday. Now Prosecutor Generalís Office of Sacramento accuses the 27-year-old Ukrainian emigrant of committing not six but seven murders.
U.S. AND GREAT BRITAIN START NEW CAMPAIGN AGAINST IRAQ
Last night Air Forces of the USA and of Great Britain started to bomb Iraqís territory again. According to Pentagonís report, military objects were attacked in zone forbidden for Iraqi aviation. The action was an answer to threatening activities of Iraqi air-raid defence.
SHARKS CELEBRATE LABOUR DAY WITH EATING TWO RUSSIANS
This Monday, two Russians were attacked by sharks in Outer Banks health resort area in North Carolina, the American press reports. 28-year-old Sergei Zalukaev and 23-year-old Natalya Slobonskaya came there from Virginia State together with their friends from to spend holidays (Labour Day).
LUKASHENKO: ďYUGOSLAV SCENARIO WONíT MATERIALIZEĒ
A pre-term voting started yesterday in Belarus to elect the republic of Belarus's president (the voting is due to last for 5 days, September 4th-8th). Voting stations have opened all over Belarus and also in foreign countries.
COLOMBIAíS REVOLUTIONARY ARMED FORCES DISPLEASED WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTíS ARTICLE
ďWe have read your article ďColombian military fight with armed forcesĒ very attentively. Maybe, due to our poor knowledge of the condition of the leftwing press in Russia, we thought your newspaper was the successor of that Soviet Pravda (are we mistaken?). But if it is so, we were surprised to see that your report of the latest developments in Colombia was based exclusively on official sources
NATO IN COURT AS DEL PONTE IS HUMILIATED IN BELGRADE
The representatives of Yugoslavs killed by the illegal NATO bombing of the Serbian Television station have been given legal aid to take the case to the European Court of Human Rights, while the chief prosecutor of the Hague Tribunal receives a diplomatic slap in the face in Belgrade.
US TERRORISM IN BELARUS
Amazing revelations have been made by the British daily ďThe TimesĒ, which claims in an article on 2001.09.03 that the USA is following a policy in Belarus along the same lines as the support given to the ďContrasĒ in Nicaragua in the 1980s.
SKIRMISH IN PRISTINA: RUSSIAN PEACEKEEPERS WOUNDED
News agencies report of an incident in Pristina, the capital city of the Kosovo province. As a result, Russian peacekeepers from the KFOR forces have been wounded. KFOR spokesman Tim Zillessen is quoted by the RIA Novosti news agency as saying that one serviceman was injured, and that he has been hospitalized.
...AND CLOSE THE DOOR BEHIND YOU!!
The United States of America, its lap-dog Israel obediently following at its heels, walked out of the World Conference on Racism, in a tamper tantrum more befitting of a three-year-old child than the self-proclaimed world power that this country purports to be
ROMAN FOMIN: MASS RIOTS IN NORTHERN IRELAND. DEBATES ON WHERE 5-YEAR-OLD SCHOOLGIRLS SHOULD WALK TO SCHOOL GROW INTO FIGHT
People in Northern Irelands have marked the beginning of a new academic year in their own way. A group of childrenís walk to school resulted in mass fights on the streets of Belfast which continued throughout the night.
RUSSIAN PRESIDENT AND FOREIGN MINISTER FOUND COMMON LANGUAGE WITH ARIEL SHARON
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Premier Ariel Sharon discussed the questions connected with regulation of the situation in the Middle East. In Putinís words, Russia was ready to participate in the regulation of the conflict to the extent Israel and Palestine were ready to do it
DEMAND ON RUSSIAN SU-27UBM AND SU-30-KM MODERNIZED JETS TO GO HIGH
The specialists of the Irkutsk Aviation Industrial Association forecast a high demand on the modernized 4th generation jets Su-27UBM and Su-30-KM during the forthcoming 10 years. These jets have better characteristics of aircraft performance
INDIA AIMS AT THE MOON. BUT INDIANíS LANDING ON EARTHíS SATELLITE TO BE PUT OFF
It looks like India has seriously decided to become the third world power realizing its own interplanetary flights. First part of the Moonís research which must result in an Indianís landing on this planet starts already in two or three months.
THE 5TH ACT OF TERRORISM IN JERUSALEM:
ABU ALI MUSTAFAíS DEATH CAUSES MORE VICTIMS STILL
The new explosion blasted in the center of Jerusalem this morning. Suicidal terrorist died at once, at least 12 passers-by were wounded, one of them was in a very critical condition
JUSTIN RAIMONDO: WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON IN MACEDONIA?
What is really going on in Macedonia? Any outsider who claims to know, with certainty, is a liar. For the Balkans is a region shrouded in a thick impenetrable mist; dark with the shadows of hidden protagonists and ulterior motives. This is the reason for my upcoming journey to the region: it is necessary to go there and see the reality firsthand -- otherwise the truth can be elusive.
JOSEPH STROMBERG: MYTHS OF AMERICAN MORAL IMPERIALISM
Historian George M. Dennison suggests that already by the coming-of-age of the first post-Revolutionary generation, Americans had begun losing touch with the political doctrines and practices of the Revolution. Chief among these was the notion that political institutions were meant to serve actual people and were subject to modification, as needed, to that end.
ROMAN FOMIN: FOR RAPPROCHEMENT WITH NORTH KOREA SOUTH KOREAíS GOVERNMENT SENDS IN ITS RESIGNATION
On Tuesday, South Korean Cabinet of Ministers sent in its resignation with its fool complement. The only, but really important aim of this action is to continue the process of rapprochement with North Korea.
Though before it the South Korean parliamentarians expressed dissatisfaction with activities of Lim Dong-won, one of main figures in the Cabinet Ė Unification Minister.
KURSK LIFTING OPERATION: TEST CUTTING OF THE SUBMARINEíS HULL CARRIED OUT SUCCESSFULLY
The operation in the area of Kursk nuclear submarineís catastrophe is going on according to the schedule, captain of second rank Igor Dygalo, spokesman for Russian Navy reported on Tuesday.
WORLD CONFERENCE ON RACISM: AFRICA PREFERS AID TO INDEMNITY
African nations have made it clear that they do not wish to receive indemnities for the practice of slavery in the past but instead prefer direct aid programmes as African leaders showed a more positive attitude than Israel and the USA.
UNITA ATTACK AGAIN IN ANGOLA
UNITA, the rebel faction in Angola, increases its activity as pressure mounts on the MPLA government in Luanda to hold democratic elections.
GULF WAR SYNDROME CONFIRMED BY BRITISH HOSPITALS
Experts from three leading London hospitals have confirmed that Gulf War syndrome exists, despite the official denials by NATO.
CHRISTIAAN BARNARD 1922 Ė 2001
The pioneer of heart surgery, the South African Dr. Christiaan Barnard has died at the age of 78 while on holiday in Cyprus.
VALAAM ISLANDíS DWELLERS RECEIVE A 60-FLAT HOUSE
September 13, 2001, at 12.00 a.m. the ceremony of consecration of 60-flat house will be carried out in the city of Sortavala (Republic Karelia). The house was built according to the Patriarchy Programme of Orthodox Nations Unityís International Fund, which is devoted to revival of Valaam Spaso-Preobrazhensk monastery.