While the committee was stymied in its efforts to fully plumb the relationship between the two men, investigators found enough there to declare that Mr. Kilimnik and the Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs whom he served. The report portrayed Mr. Manafort as deeply compromised by years of business dealings with those oligarchs.
Kullu man, Russian woman who were held while sneaking to Shimla to tie knot | Hindustan Times
Throughout the confusion of Donald Trump's campaign and the chaotic events of his early days in the White House, one controversy has clung to the Trump team like glue: Russia. US intelligence agencies have concluded Moscow tried to sway the presidential election in favour of Mr Trump. It is alleged that Russian hackers stole information linked to the campaign of his rival Hillary Clinton and passed it to Wikileaks so it could be released to undermine her. Congressional committees were set up to investigate the matter and, in March, then-FBI director James Comey confirmed the bureau had its own inquiry. President Trump sacked Mr Comey on 9 May, citing his reason as "this Russia thing", in a move that shocked Washington and fuelled claims of a cover-up. However, it did not halt the investigation.
Kullu man, Russian woman who were held while sneaking to Shimla to tie knot
Two women have been detained in Russia accused of jointly sexually assaulting a year-old man after a row over an iPhone. The unnamed pair aged 22 and 32 are accused of tying up the teenager and using a sex toy to rape him. Police say the suspects filmed the assault in Bugulma, a town in the Tatarstan district, on a smart phone and threatened to post it online. The younger woman invited the man to her flat to repair her iPhone, say law enforcement sources. The windows of the flat where the year-old man was said to have been attacked by two women using a sex toy.
Sometimes an international offensive begins with a few shots that draw little notice. So it was last year when Melvin Redick of Harrisburg, Pa. Redick turned out to be a remarkably elusive character.