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Georgia says it knows names of pilots involved in bombings

Georgia says it knows, from which airfields the airplanes that bombedGeorgia on August 23, 2002, had taken off, head of the GeorgianReconnaissance Department Avtandil Ioseliani told reporters. The officialwas quoted as saying those were Russian airfields in Mozdok and Armavir.Ioseliani pointed out the names of the pilots of these airplanes, whichexecuted bombings in Georgia, would be disclosed soon. The head of theGeorgian Reconnaissance Department said Russia was pilling in "additionaltroops" to the Georgian frontier without prior notification of the Georgianparty thereof. "This is a violation of international law", the officialsaid. .

The US is going to ban exports of Iranian oil to the world market from November 5 of this year. In turn, Iran threatens to block the passage of oil tankers of the Gulf countries through the Strait of Hormuz

Will Iran close the Strait of Hormuz to trigger global oil crisis?

The US is going to ban exports of Iranian oil to the world market from November 5 of this year. In turn, Iran threatens to block the passage of oil tankers of the Gulf countries through the Strait of Hormuz

Will Iran close the Strait of Hormuz to trigger global oil crisis?

The World Cup that is about to finish in Russia has shown that the Western propaganda machine has failed to create the image of Russia as a monster with "many tentacles." By and large, the Russians and the Ukrainians are close to each other

Putin-Trump meeting to decide the future of Ukraine