The Ministry of Public Security’s Investigation Police Agency on April 8 launched criminal proceedings against and detained two other suspects for assisting Trinh Van Quyet, former Chairman of the FLC Group JSC, in manipulating the stock market.
VNA Friday, April 08, 2022 21:42
Functional forces seal and seize documents at the FLC headquarters. (Photo: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – The Ministry of Public Security’s Investigation Police Agency on April 8 launched criminal proceedings against and detained two other suspects for assisting Trinh Van Quyet, former Chairman of the FLC Group JSC, in manipulating the stock market.
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As Russian artillery and rockets land on Ukrainian hospitals and apartment blocks, devastating residential districts with no military value, the world is watching with horror what is, for Russia, an increasingly standard practice.
Its forces conducted similar attacks in Syria, bombing hospitals and other civilian structures as part of Russia’s intervention to prop up that country’s government.
Moscow went even further in Chechnya, a border region that had sought independence in the Soviet Union’s 1991 breakup. During two formative wars there, Russia’s artillery and air forces turned city blocks to rubble and its ground troops massacred civilians in what was widely seen as a deliberate campaign to terrorize the population into submission.
Now, Vladimir V. Putin, whose rise to Russia’s presidency paralleled and was in some ways cemented by the Chechen wars, appears to be deploying a similar playbook in Ukraine, albeit so far only by increments.