Wounded journalist described the shelling

Wounded journalist described the shelling

REN TV correspondent Denis Kulaga, wounded in the Lugansk area one kilometer from the Russian-Ukrainian border, gave the details of the explosion near the poultry farm

Truce in the south-east of Ukraine came to an end

Truce in the south-east of Ukraine came to an end

Kyiv, July 1. In the south-east of Ukraine are fighting, the military come

Sarkozy questioned by French police corruption case

Sarkozy questioned by French police corruption case

Department for Combating Corruption French police called in for questioning by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy detained

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy detained

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was taken into custody on Tuesday, July 1, according to Agence France-Presse, with reference to judicial sources

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was taken into custody

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was taken into custody

Paris. France. Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy detained. This writes the ITAR-TASS

Former French President Sarkozy detained under corruption cases

Former French President Sarkozy detained under corruption cases

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been detained in the investigation of corruption

Sarkozy arrested

Sarkozy arrested

Former French President arrested by police and placed under arrest

Sarkozy detained by police

Sarkozy detained by police

French police arrested former President Nicolas Sarkozy to testify

Former French President Sarkozy detained media

Former French President Sarkozy detained media

It is possible that the police were going to question Sarkozy on the financing of his campaign in 2012. Department for Combating Corruption French police called in for questioning by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, according to ITAR-TASS

France detained ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy

France detained ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy

France detained former President Nicolas Sarkozy. Department for Combating Corruption French police detained him for questioning. Nicolas Sarkozy may be charged under "trading in influence", which provides up to 3 years in prison