The student who opened fire at Perm State University on Monday will go through a comprehensive psychiatric examination, a medical source from hospital said.
"The student will need to go through a comprehensive psychiatric examination, which will make it clear whether he was sane and responsible for his actions at the time of the attack," the source pointed out.
President Vladimir Putin announced on Thursday that dozens of people in his inner circle at the Kremlin had tested positive for coronavirus, AFP reported. Earlier this week, the 68-year-old Putin said he was self-isolating after announcing an outbreak among members of his entourage. "Cases of the coronavirus were detected in my inner circle.
One of Serbia's top basketball coaches, Dusan Duda Ivkovic, has passed away aged 77, the president of Radnicki Belgrade BC Goran Kalinic told Sport Klub TV on Thursday.
Fans and colleagues across Europe have all expressed their sadness and appreciation for Ivkovic's life work.
Rest in Peace, Duda! 🙏
Whether that will really happen is unknown for now, but these days, there are suggestions for just that - for America to be more engaged in Montenegro. According to Blic, they come from former American diplomats who, in addition to that idea, warn of "Serbian nationalism in the country", but also of Moscow's attempts to "use it to destabilize the Balkans".
Russian President Vladimir Putin had a meeting with his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad at the Kremlin where they discussed the political situation in Syria, international terrorism as well as issues of bilateral and humanitarian cooperation. The details about the meeting held on September 13 were published on the Russian leader's website on Tuesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will not participate in face-to-face events for some time, but his self-isolation move won't impact the intensity of his work online, Kremlin told reporters on Tuesday.
"The self-isolation is not going to influence the president's work directly, there just won't be any face-to-face events for some time. his spokeman said.
This was reported by the Russian agencies TASS and RIA, citing a diplomatic source.
Russian news agencies reported earlier that Sullivan was invited for an interview due to questions regarding accreditations for Russian journalists working in the United States, Reuters reported.
The agencies did not specify which elections were discussed.