August 14, 2014 16:05
Five hundred leave Luhansk via humanitarian corridor over past day
KYIV. Aug 14 (Interfax) - Almost 7,000 civilians have left the army operation zone through a humanitarian corridor opened by the Luhansk region administration on July 29, the administration press service said on Thursday.
Five hundred and five persons riding in 80 cars used the humanitarian corridor on August 13, it said.
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Australian Ambassador to Russia Paul Myler has given an interview to Interfax ahead of the G20 summit in Brisbane in which he speaks about the MH17 crash, the reasons for joining the West‘s sanctions against Russia and explained why Australia expects changes in Russia‘s food policy by March 2015.
The name Arkady Rotenberg has been in the news far more frequently than usual in recent months. The billionaire was hit by the first wave of European Union sanctions against Russia, and has already challenged this decision in court. Recently it was reported that the businessman has sold part of his assets to his eldest son. Arkady Rotenberg spoke in an interview with Interfax about whether there was a link between these two developments, the impact of sanctions on his business, his friendship with President Vladimir Putin and many other topics.