A Russian motorcycle rider ditched his bike mid-city street to chase after and retrieve a lady’s stolen bag after it was snatched by a pedestrian. Naturally everyone on the Internet is viewing this with suspicion and some people are regarding it as possible fake, but we like to believe that this is only what every, right-minded biker would do in this situation. And if you can do it whilst all along blasting out some classic AC/DC then… Well… More power to you!
In Astrakhan, on the rally-raid "Gold Kagan" hit the audience. The young man, according to the source, the journalist brought on dune Big Brother. Along with all the tracks he photographed passing trucks. The victim is still in the intensive care unit of the Alexander and Mary Regional Hospital with rupture of the lungs and other internal organs, broken chest and traumatic shock of 2 degrees. His condition is stable. The doctors are doing everything possible.
Explosives found in an illegal Muslim prayer hall near the Russian city of Samara was eliminated right inside the building. Bomb disposal team deemed it too dangerous to take the explosives out.
The video of the controlled explosion shows a considerable part of the building being destroyed in the blast.
A police dog helped to find a cache with more than a kilogram of explosives of unknown origin. A bomb-disposal expert said extracting the explosives would be definitely unsafe and bomb technicians rolled in a water cannon, a source within Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) told RT.
The federal highway M5 passing right in front of the house was blocked in both directions and people were evacuated from all nearby buildings.
The house was used for gatherings of Salafis, followers of an ultra-conservative movement within Sunni Islam, and it was not registered with the regional Muslim community as an official house of worship.
Inside the house, the FSB’s special forces detained 53 young men, at least one of whom was promoting the Islamic State terror group online.
Muhammad Ibrahim had just pleaded not guilty in Burwood Local Court to destroying the graves in the Christian Orthodox section at Rookwood cemetery on November 27 last year. Several members of the Zabaikal Cossacks Australia surrounded Ibrahim and a couple of his supporters as they left the courthouse around 11.30am. After several seconds of pushing and shouting, the group let Ibrahim and his supporters leave but followed them down the street shouting at the hooded 25-year-old to “show his face”.
Ibrahim is charged with destroying property greater than $150,000 and supply of a prohibited drug. Police allege he and another man illegally entered the cemetery at night and damaged lights, flowers and headstones.
He and a 23-year-old were arrested near the south-west Sydney cemetery but were released without charge.
He was rearrested a few days later and charged with destroying the graves. A spokesman for Zabaikal Cossacks Australia said the historical enthusiasts had repaired “whole rows” of Russian Orthodox graves.
“We are Russians we are very strong in traditions, we are not a community that is weak,” he said.
“We are here to express support for Russia and we want to support the Australian police in apprehending this man.”
The matter will return to Burwood Local Court at a later date.
A teenage model was allegedly stabbed to death 140 times by her jealous older sister who gouged her eyes out and cut off her ears. Stefania Dubrovina's corpse was found mutilated after her sister Elizaveta allegedly attacked her while high on drugs .
The 17-year-old model, who is well known in her native of St Petersburg, Russia, was killed in the flat of an unnamed man. Police said her eyes had been gouged out, her ears cut off and her body had been badly cut.
Elizaveta, 19, is in police custody on suspicion of murdering and mutilating her younger sister.
"[Kasyanov] described the men as having 'a non-Slavic appearance,' a phrase that's often used to describe people from the Caucasus region. "The leader of the Caucasus republic of Chechnya [Ramzan Kadyrov] recently released a video showing Kasyanov through the scope of a rifle. "Kasyanov, a former prime minister of Russia, says he thinks the latest attack is directly linked to that video. "A Kremlin spokesman told reporters that the incident must not be associated with the leadership of Chechnya, but should merely be seen as an act of hooliganism."
Russian doping was so out of control athletes could have died according to athletics world governing body. Documents uncovered by the Associated Press this week suggest doping was rampant in Russia six years before the country was banned from international competition. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) warned Russia in 2009 that performance enhancing drugs being prescribed to the country's athletes were "putting their health and even their own lives in very serious danger".
A bread bakery established by the Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief (IHH), Turkey's largest humanitarian aid organization, has been hit by Russian airstrikes in Syria's Idlib.
Two RT correspondents have sustained injuries after a press convoy was shelled on the Turkish-Syrian border. One of the reporters sustained serious injuries after a missile exploded near a car carrying RT crew members