Armed robbers attacked a bookmaker's office in Moscow. On Monday, March 20, according to TV channel REN TV.
The incident occurred on Sunday evening. Two men broke into the premises of a bookmaker, located in Krasnoselsky street. The robbers threatened him with a knife to the administrator, then picked up a money bag and mobile phone of the victim.
The result of a robbery, the establishment was damaged to the amount of 135 thousand rubles. Criminal case is brought. Law enforcement agencies are currently conducting a search for offenders.
The goalkeeper of Juventus and Italy Gianluigi Buffon has spent 1,000 th match in his career. Anniversary for him was meeting the qualifying tournament of the 2018 FIFA world Cup between Italy and Albania. He spent 168 games for the national team, also he has 612 games in the "Juve", 220 — "Parma".
Coach Stanislav Cherchesov has summed up the results of the friendly match of the national team of côte d'ivoire. He noted that he prefers to analyze everything calmly, and after the game nothing the team did not. Cherchesov took responsibility for the defeat in the match against the Ivorians.
The fans in the stadium in Krasnodar to obstruct the players of the Russian team, losing team côte d'ivoire in a friendly match. When the players came to the podium to thank the fans for their support, the fans booed the players and shouted to them the word "Shame."
The Pentagon began reviewing reports of the deaths of about 200 civilians in the Iraqi city of Mosul in the result of the U.S. airstrikes on positions of the international terrorist organization "Islamic state" (banned in Russia). The investigation concerns air strikes, which could be applied in the period from 17 to 23 March.
A former assistant to the President for homeland security Michael Flynn discussed with the Turkish authorities for the extradition of preacher Fethullah Gulen, whom Ankara accuses of attempting a coup. The meeting discussed the idea of "in the dead of night to sweep this guy away" without extradition process, writes The Wall Street Journal.
The German state Bank Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau transferred 5.4 billion euros to the accounts of four banks due to a technical failure. KfW staff quickly noticed incorrect work of the system and interrupted operations. All funds sent was returned.