Georgian family returns from Russia after 27 years
The family of Ilia Japaridze, who was killed on ethnic grounds in Moscow three years ago, returns to Georgia after living there for 27 years. The family says the murder case of their son was improperly investigated; however, they are going to do their best for punishing the killers properly.
Ilia Japaridze was killed in 2009 for his Georgian ethnicity. His parents say he was assaulted and beaten up to death by the members of the anti-fascist organization Antifa. The murder suspect was facing life sentence, but the crime was re-qualified and he was finally sent to prison for ten years.
The family asserts the qualification of the criminal case was intentionally changed in order to prevent the family appeal the court ruling in the European Court of Human Rights for racism and pressure on the ground of ethnicity.
Russian helicopters have violated Georgian airspace - several helicopters flew over the Georgian controlled territory from the occupied Tskhinvali Region yesterday and from the occupied Abkhazia today.
Interpol is considering the request of the Ukraine`s government to issue an arrest warrant for ousted president Viktor Yanukovych. The international organization has received an official letter from the Ukraine`s government and will publish the order warrant on its website soon.
Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia brought another charge against the Former Deputy Head of Gldani-Nadzaladevi Unit of Tbilisi Main Unit of the Internal Affairs Giorgi Oniani on the fact of exceeding official authority, forgery in civil service, falsification of evidences on the utmost grave crime as well as regarding the political persecution and the illegal detention deliberately.
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Rustavi2 TV crew has shot the video how the Russian military vehicles drive in Crimea following Putin`s order on withdrawal. The armored vehicles were seen in Simferopol last night. Situation remained tense at several Ukrainian military bases, where the supporters of Crimea`s independence rallied all night laying siege on some of them.
The officers of Central Criminal Police Department as a result of investigative activities held on the basis of operative information detained Merab I. (DoB 1957) and Davit Ch. (DoB 1961) on the fact of illegal production, purchase and selling of forged official documents.
Ukraine accuses Russia of violating its airspace. The official statement has been made by the Ukraine`s Defence Ministry, which says that more than 10 Russian military helicopters had flown from Russia into Ukrainian airspace over the Crimea region.