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Archive for May 5th, 2010

Гражданку Литвы Подозревают В Подготовке Взрывов В России

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20-летняя Эгле Кусайте была задержана 24 октября 2009 и с тех пор находится под арестом: ее подозревают в действиях, подпадающих под статью уголовного кодекса Литвы “попытка теракта в группе сообщников”. Ей грозит тюремное заключение сроком от 4 до 10 лет.
До последнего момента власти Литвы держали в тайне информацию об аресте женщины.

По информации литовских СМИ, она получила въездной документ в рамках совместной операции литовских и российских спецслужб.При задержании в вильнюсском аэропорту в ее багаже были обнаружены данные о взрывных механизмах и их использовании, а также схема московского метро.
“Она сделала все, что, по ее мнению, нужно было сделать для выезда в Россию и подрыва военных объектов”, – заявил на заседании суда прокурор.

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Again Same Info Is Different In English And Russian Version! WHERE Is True?

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Was Lithuanian Woman Planning Bomb Attack In Russia ?

Posted by Info on 05/05/2010

Lithuanian woman, Egle Kusaite, 21, was arrested on March 28 in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius as she was boarding a flight to Russia. Some media reports have linked her with the terror attacks in the Moscow Metro, which happened a day later, after police found a bomb-making manual and a map of the Metro in her bags.
Kusaite has been under surveillance for several months. Police were monitoring her due to the anti-Russian messages she posted on the Internet. She also applied several times for a Russian visa, but was repeatedly denied.

Lithuanian investigators suspected that Kusaite had some sort of crime on her mind and launched a joint operation with their Russian counterparts. She was allowed to enter Russia, but was arrested en route.

Lithuanian media story : at the age of 18, the girl became engaged to a young man from Chechnya, who later left the country to an unknown destination. A year later, she fled her home and disappeared, to be discovered three months later in Germany living in a family of Chechen immigrants.
Her Lithuanian family said she went through a drastic change of character, becoming a highly religious and radical Muslim. Later she returned to her home country. Kusaite now remains in custody.

She, arrested in March after her links with extremist organization were discovered, was allegedly planning a suicide bombing attack at a Russian military site.

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Two Neighboring Countries – Going Opposite Directions In Its Constitutions

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Kazakhstan: A group of parliamentarians have proposed amending the constitution to give President Nursultan Nazarbayev the title, “Leader of the Nation,” and offering blanket immunity for “acts committed during the execution of presidential powers.”

Kyrgyzstan: The immunity of the recent dethroning of President Kurmanbek Bakiyev was formally abolished yesterday.
Bakiyev, who fled the ex-Soviet state last month amid anti-government riots which toppled his government, stands accused by the new authorities of organizing the deaths of more than 80 protestors killed during the unrest. Interim Kyrgyz leader Roza Otunbayeva signed the decree, which means that Bakiyev can legally stand trial if Belarus, where he was granted asylum by Belarussian President Aleksander Lukashenko, agrees to extradite him.

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