Global  

Russian security officer dies in shootout at Federal Security Service in Moscow

USATODAY.com Thursday, 19 December 2019
The gunfight erupted around 7 p.m. in the reception room of the FSB, about eight blocks from the Kremlin in Moscow.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video Credit: Rumble - Published
News video: Gunman opens fire near Russian security service HQ

Gunman opens fire near Russian security service HQ 00:52

An unknown person opened fire near the headquarters of Russia's FSB security service in central Moscow on Thursday evening wounding several other people, the Interfax news agency cited the FSB as saying. Lauren Anthony reports.

💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Moscow Moscow Capital of Russia

India yet to confirm participation in proposed SCO meet; Pakistan, China to attend

Russia has proposed Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Foreign Ministers meet in Moscow on September 10, the meet will also see the participation of..
IndiaTimes

Thousands in Russian Far East protest area governor’s arrest

MOSCOW (AP) — Thousands of demonstrators rallied Saturday in the Russian Far East city of Khabarovsk to protest the arrest of the regional governor, continuing..
WorldNews

Foreign Interference in Elections: Is It Real or Just Political Noise?

A recently concluded British Parliamentary inquiry has determined that Russia may have interfered in the 2016 Brexit referendum, which resulted in the departure..
WorldNews

Trump says he never confronted Putin about Russia bounty reports

President Donald Trump said he never questioned Russian leader Vladimir Putin about U.S. intelligence reports that Moscow paid the Taliban to kill American..
WorldNews

Russian Intelligence Agencies Push Disinformation on Coronavirus Pandemic

Declassified U.S. intelligence accuses Moscow of pushing propaganda through alternative websites as Russia refines techniques used in 2016.
NYTimes.com

Federal Security Service Federal Security Service Principal security agency of Russia

Russian Federal Security Service Prevents Terror Attack in Moscow

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Monday it had prevented a terror attack that a Central Asian national planned to stage in a..
WorldNews
U.S. ambassador slams Russia Whelan verdict [Video]

U.S. ambassador slams Russia Whelan verdict

U.S. ambassador to Russia John Sullivan criticized Russia for sentencing former U.S. marine Paul Whelan to 16 years in jail for espionage.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 00:50Published

Moscow Kremlin Moscow Kremlin fortified complex in Moscow, Russia

Russia: Thousands protest against Kremlin for fourth week [Video]

Russia: Thousands protest against Kremlin for fourth week

Protesters across Russia demand the release of a governor arrested on what they say are trumped-up murder charges.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 01:53Published
Chechens demonstrate over 'Kremlin-backed' killing of activist in Vienna [Video]

Chechens demonstrate over 'Kremlin-backed' killing of activist in Vienna

Chechens demonstrate over 'Kremlin-backed' killing of activist in Vienna

Credit: Euronews English    Duration: 01:24Published
Who Will Replace Putin [Video]

Who Will Replace Putin

Sputnik/Alexey Nikolskiy/Kremlin via REUTERS Business Insider On paper, Vladimir Putin would be replaced by Mikhail Mishustin as president of Russia if Putin dies or leaves office. But Mishustin is an obscure former tax official with no power base inside the Russian state. That illustrates Putin's true dilemma: He can never fully relinquish control. Intelligence and state security sources told Insider why they believe Putin can never retire. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:38Published
Putin uses disinfection tunnels to screen guests [Video]

Putin uses disinfection tunnels to screen guests

Russian President Vladimir Putin is protected from the coronavirus by special disinfection tunnels that anyone visiting his residence outside Moscow or meeting him in the Kremlin must pass through, his spokesman said on Wednesday. Soraya Ali reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:19Published

You Might Like


Related videos from verified sources

FSB attack suspect a 'quiet' gun enthusiast: neighbors [Video]

FSB attack suspect a 'quiet' gun enthusiast: neighbors

Russia's FSB security service has, according to eyewitnesses, searched the home of a man named by Russian media as the prime suspect in a rare shooting incident near the FSB's central Moscow..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:11Published
One dead after shooting near Russian security services' HQ in Moscow [Video]

One dead after shooting near Russian security services' HQ in Moscow

One dead after shooting near Russian security services' HQ in Moscow

Credit: Euronews English     Duration: 01:29Published
Gunshots heard at Russia's security services HQ [Video]

Gunshots heard at Russia's security services HQ

At least one person has been killed and five wounded in a shooting at the headquarters of Russia's Federal Security Service in central Moscow.

Credit: BBC World News - Affiliate     Duration: 00:40Published

Related news from verified sources

Shooting near Moscow headquarters of Russian security agency

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s main security agency says shots have been fired near its headquarters in downtown Moscow and that one person has died. The agency, the...
Seattle Times Also reported by •SifyReuters IndiaReutersIndependentNYTimes.comDeutsche Welle

Russian security officer dies in shootout at Federal Security Service in Moscow

The gunfight erupted around 7 p.m. in the reception room of the FSB, about eight blocks from the Kremlin in Moscow.
USATODAY.com Also reported by •SifyReuters IndiaReutersBrisbane TimesFrance 24News24Deutsche Welle

Russia names gunman behind Moscow shooting, death toll rises to two

Russian investigators on Friday named the man who opened fire on the headquarters of the FSB security service in Moscow as Yevgeny Manyurov, a 39-year-old former...
Reuters India Also reported by •Deutsche WelleSifyReuters

Tweets about this