Breaking News From Russia: Feb. 26, 2009!

Russia News: The U.S. senate is planning to consider the creation Windows to Russia!of a special committee to investigate the activities of retired President George W. Bush, AFP news agency reports.

Russia News: Russia’s coach, Guus Hiddink, has earned his first victory with Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League. The blues beat the Italian team, Juventus, 1-0 at Stamford bridge in the last 32 of the competition.

Russia News: Barack Obama can only serve eight years, though all missile defense shield technology problems won’t be worked out by that time, according to Lawrence Korb, a defense expert from the Center for American Progress.

Russia News: A 35-old man has committed a ritual suicide in one of the Orthodox monasteries in Odessa, Ukraine. Some believers call it an omen of future tragedies, believing such incidents happen prior to major tragedies.

Russia News: The court of Avezzano, Italy, has sentenced a citizen of Ukraine to two years and three months in prison for having sold her little daughter for €1000, according to ANSA news agency.

Russia News: Russian Muslims should boycott all Dutch-made goods, including the world-famous tulips and roses grown in the Netherlands, representatives of the Muslim spiritual authority of Russia’s Nizhny Novgorod Region said.

Russia News: Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni warned that the Jewish state may launch another military operation, unless Iran stops smuggling weapons into the Gaza Strip.

Russia News: Whenever Barack Obama’s term is over, people will still like him as he represents the achievement of the American spirit, says Dan Gainor, vice president of the Business and Media Institute.

Russia News: Former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky is awaiting legal proceedings in the block for VIP-prisoners in Moscow’s Matrosskaya Tishina detention centre. The ex-Yukos CEO’s cell mates are economists of the same age.

Russia News: At least nine people died and over 80 others were injured when a Turkish Airlines plane crashed at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport on Wednesday, Dutch authorities said.

Russia News: A group of Russian Navy officials are suspected of attempting to smuggle 30 anti-submarine missiles and 200 airplane bombs worth a total of $18 million to Tajikistan for sale to China.

Russia News: Iran’s nuclear chief said on Wednesday the Islamic Republic had 6,000 operating centrifuges at a uranium enrichment facility at Natanz and was planning to install a total of 50,000 over the next five years.

Russia News: A Belarusian scientist has advised the country’s businessmen to begin breeding edible frogs for export during the current economic crisis, Russia’s Vesti TV channel said on Wednesday.

Russia News: Israel’s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday that the completion of Iran’s first nuclear power plant is “bad news” for the whole world, the Israeli daily Haaretz reported.

Wow that was exciting! 🙂