Following nationwide protests last Sunday, Russia’s state-controlled media badly fumbles its coverage. People shout anti-government slogans in front of police during a protest downtown Moscow, March 26, 2017. AP Photo / Alexander Zemlianichenko By Alexey Kovalev, for The Moscow Times Last Sunday, protests on a scale not seen since 2012 shook Moscow, St. Petersburg, and about 90 other Russian cities and towns — even in areas traditionally thought of as Putin’s stronghold, where his approval and his party’s ratings are in the high 90s. Several thousand people — no less than 8,000 in Moscow alone — came out to protest government corruption, despite warnings that they could be arrested. For these demonstrators, the personification of government corruption has become Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, the country’s unassuming former president, whom firebrand opposition leader Alexei Navalny targeted earlier this month in a damning investigation. You might say that 60,000 Russians protesting
Venstre får all motvinden, men ingen drahjelp fra regjeringen.
Har publisert liste med reiseråd for en rekke land.
NATO reaffirms its firm support to Ukraine and does not recognize Crimea occupation by Russia.
Kilde: NATO-Ukraine Council meeting: Allies’ commitment to provide support to Ukraine – Crimea, NATO, Russia, Donbas, support of Ukraine, Stoltenberg, Minsk agreements, Russian aggression against Ukraine, Occupation of Crimea, NATO-Ukraine Council meeting, Tillerson (31.03.17 17:34) « Incidents « News | EN.Censor.net
Allerede i fjor høst møtte representanter fra flere store muslimske menigheter i Oslo for å drøfte etableringen av en ny organisasjon: Muslimsk Råd Norge.
BRUSSEL (Aftenposten): De allierte i Europa møter et lunkent USA. Den nye utenriksministeren meldte avbud til sitt aller første møte med resten av NATO.