Russian Deputy State Duma Speaker Lyubov Sliska believes the United States "will not carry out a missile attack on Afghanistan, after all", she said in remarks quoted by RIA Novosti. Sliska, who, as one of the leaders of Russia's lower house of parliament, will be heading the Russian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, told a press briefing Thursday that "the Americans will not do it." She was positive that "a nation, a religion, a country must not suffer for actions of a few people". According to her, the world is not likely to approve of missile attacks on "a country that is bleeding as it is". She went on to say the intelligence community all over the world has to join forces to eliminate Osama bin Laden.
The combat version of the Russian robotic vehicle Marker will be able to automatically detect and destroy enemy equipment