Russian Interior Ministry and Federal Security Service have detained the man who fired a grenade at the U.S. embassy in Moscow in September 1995. The operation took place on Tuesday evening in Moscow. The man, Sergey Gavryushin is working as a deputy director general of a garage in Moscow. A large quantity of combat fatigues, manual on the use of explosives, martial arts books and extremist literature were found in his flat. Evidence is sufficient to take him to trial, the police official said. Gavryushin has not disclosed the motive behind his crime, NTV informs.
The British press has recently reported that Russia was going to conduct a nuclear test either on the borders with Ukraine or in the Black Sea.