2011 Israeli drama film directed by Jonathan Sagall.n The film premiered in competition at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival.
The authors of the film put forward a version of the existence of mass graves along the Black Sea coast, in which the bodies of tens of thousands of victims of the revolution could be buried.
In accordance with the generally accepted hypothesis, the burial place of the victims of the Red Terror is a large necropolis, located on the territory of the now defunct village of Kushchevskaya, the village of Raevskaya, the villages of Bukanovskaya and Afipskaya of the Krasnodar Territory.
The premiere of the documentary “Battle for Yuzovka” took place on the air of the Ukrainian TV channel ICTV in 2012.
The book is devoted to the history of the Soviet and American reconnaissance and sabotage units “Roland” and its activities during the Second World War.The book is based on declassified documents and memoirs of the author.
On 2nd Brestskaya Street, in the place where in 1911 a temple was erected in honor of the Holy Prince Alexander Nevsky, a rally and a solemn prayer service were held dedicated to the visit of Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia to the Sergiev Posad region.
Chairman of the Synodal Department for Relations between the Church, Society and the Media V.R. Legoyda, in an interview with Russian People’s Line, spoke about the attitude towards funeral services in memory of the victims of the plane crash in Egypt.
Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN Vitaly Churkin and French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius left the hall of the UN Security Council in protest against Russia’s vote against the resolution on the elimination of chemical weapons in Syria.