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Russian authorities lost death certificate of the journalist killed in Central Africa
Russian Federation authorities have lost the death certificate of journalist Orkhan Dzhemal, who was killed while shooting a documentary on Russian mercenaries from the private military company Wagner Group in Africa, write on Facebook his colleague, journalist Maksim Shevchenko.
“The vindictiveness of stupid authorities who did not know what to do with Orkhan when he was alive knows no limits. It is impossible to believe but they told relatives that they “have lost” Orkhan Dzhemal’s death …
Media: Government informant involved in deaths of Russian journalists in Central Africa
A government informant was involved in the deaths of the Russian journalists in the Central African Republic, MBK Media reports, citing the investigation into the murder of Orkhan Dzhemal, Alexander Rastorguev and Kirill Radchenko. The investigation was initiated by Russian oppositionist Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
“The ambush was prepared, it was not a random attack, a local government informant took part in it. It is known that the driver, who could have told a lot, was taken away from the …
Kremlin: Russian military presence in the Central African Republic is legitimate
Russian their military units and specialists in the Central African Republic are there “on a perfectly legal basis at the request of the country’s president”, said the official representative for the Russian Foreign, Ministry Maria Zakharova, as quoted by Interfax news agency.
“The Russians’ main task is to train local military personnel in handling weapons and equipment that was supplied to the Central African Republic by the Russian Ministry of Defense on a no-cost basis in late January- …
Mercenaries from Russian Wagner Private Military Company appear in Central African Republic
This year Russia sent to the Central African Republic (CAR) the detachment of the mercenaries from Wagner Private Military Company (PMC), the Conflict Intelligence Team (CIT) reported.
On March 22, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported that in late January and early February, a small batch of arms and ammunition was delivered to the CAR, and that five military units and 170 Russian civilian instructors were sent to train servicemen of the Republic. The CIS stated however that those personnel …
Russia sends military instructors to Central African Republic
Artyom Kozhin, Deputy Head of the Information and Press Department of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has stated that five military and 170 civilian instructors from Russia have been sent to the Central African Republic (CAR).
"With the consent of the UN Security Council Committee created pursuant to UNSC Resolution 2127, an allocation of small arms and ammunition from the stocks of Russia’s Defense Ministry was made available to the Central African Army in late January - early …