Neither Russia, nor Turkey has exact information about Chechen terrorist Movladi Udugov's present whereabouts. This information was disclosed on Thursday by Sergei Fridinski, the Deputy Russian Prosecutor General. According to him, the Southern Federal District Department of the Russian Prosecutor General's office is ready and will submit to the Turkish side all materials collected during the investigation into Udugov's case. The documents will be passed to the Turks as international legal assistance. The Russian official also said he believed that Ankara had offered its help to find the international criminal as a part of international combat against terrorism.
Forest fires in Siberia have been raging for three months already. They have become a disaster not only of Russian, but of global scale. The fires have already scorched 12 million hectares of land