Russian News From Russia: April 3rd, 2009!

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Venezuela’s Chavez slams results of G20 summit:Windows to Russia!
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has harshly criticized the plans to overcome the global financial crisis announced by G20 leaders after their summit in London.

Russian diplomat expelled from Riga:
A Russian diplomat previously accused of involvement in a plot to assassinate the Georgian president has been expelled from Latvia, the country’s TV5 television reported.

NATO leaders gather for 60th anniversary summit:
Leaders of NATO member countries are gathering for a two-day summit to mark NATO’s 60th anniversary and discuss new challenges facing the world’s most powerful military alliance.

Moscow hosts new round of talks on Russia-EU deal:
A new round of talks on a comprehensive Russia-EU partnership deal opens in Moscow on Friday. The agreement would replace the 1997 Partnership and Cooperation Agreement, which was extended for a year when it expired in December 2007.

Russian police officer, brothers shot dead near Chechnya:

The bodies of a police officer and two of his brothers were found shot dead in a wood near what looked like a militant hideout in the southern Russian republic of Daghestan, local police said on Friday.

Police arrest over 100 protesters in London during G20 summit:
British police arrested 81 protesters on Thursday during the G20 summit in London, one of whom was seriously injured during one of the riots, a security officer told RIA Novosti.

“How should NATO develop? Immediately disband.”
To mark the 60th NATO Anniversary Summit Noam Chomsky talked to Robert Harneis for RT on Kosovo, Afghanistan, as well as NATO – why it exists and its future. Professor Chomsky is a leading critic of NATO and US policy.

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