Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says that even though he really dislikes members of the female punk band Pussy Riot for their action in Moscow’s Christ the Savior Cathedral, he still would not send them to prison.
Russia’s Prime Minister replied to a wave of comments that appeared after his harsh statement about Stalin, saying that the supporters of tyranny are only holding this position because they know they are now safe from repressions.
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, commenting on a shooting incident during a wedding party in the Russian capital, said firing gunshots in a fit of joy - whether in Moscow, Makhachkala, or New York - is unacceptable everywhere in the world.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has spoken out against the verdict handed to controversial punk band Pussy Riot, saying he believed the time they spent behind bars before and during the trial was punishment enough.
As the US presidential campaign heads into the final muddy lap, GOP challenger Mitt Romney is busy painting Barack Obama as a weak and gutless leader who is letting Moscow push Washington around on the global stage.
A Smolensk court has sentenced political activist Taisiya Osipova – a member of the unregistered Other Russia Party – to eight years in prison for drug dealing. The party and defense lawyers insist the case was trumped-up.