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More than 1,5 billion rubles were allocated for the implementation of the youth policy in Tatarstan last year. With this money, new health camps were built, youth centres were created, major repairs were carried out in youth clubs, more than 30, events were held both offline and online, and participation in various federal projects and victory in them brought young activists more than million rubles in the form of grants, said Minister of Youth Affairs of Tatarstan Damir Fattakhov at the final board meeting of the agency. Read more about the problems of young people, including in the context of recent protest rallies, in the material of Realnoe Vremya. Today, all those aged from 14 to 35 are considered young people — this is almost a third of the total population of Tatarstan, the minister noted in his speech.

Crime in Russia

7 Die From Drinking Hand Sanitizer at Party in Russia - The Moscow Times

A year-old has died of his wounds after detonating explosives in an office of Russia's FSB federal security service in the north-western city of Arkhangelsk, officials say. A CCTV image of the suspect emerged soon afterwards, along with a message he allegedly posted on social media just before the blast. Although the authenticity of the message posted on an anarchist chat group has not been confirmed, the user identifies himself as an anarcho-communist and claims the FSB "fabricates cases and tortures people". Russia's anti-terrorism committee said, according to initial findings, the suspect was a year-old local resident who had gone into the building and pulled out of his bag an "unidentified object that exploded in his hands". He was later named by local media as Mikhail Zhlobitsky, a student at a local technical college.

Russia Arkhangelsk blast: Teen blows himself up at FSB office

Since the beginning of the decade, U. Some of them are already behind bars, serving out prison sentences, and others are still waiting for their verdicts. One of these hackers has already gone free and returned to Russia. Additionally, most of these criminals have ties to state officials and law enforcement in Russia.
Crime in Russia is combated by the Russian police and other agencies. In , according to Rosstat, there were 7, murders, and the homicide rate in Russia fell below the United States for the first time in recent history, falling to 4. In , Moscow also recorded the lowest crime rate in over a decade. At the beginning of the 20th century, Russia had a higher homicide rate — nearly ten per , people per year. Until the late s, homicide rates in Russia were nearly similar to that in the United States.