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Monday, 21 March 2016

A Russian judge has started perusing the decision on Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko, blamed for murdering two Russian columnists.

She is blamed for coordinating the ordnance fire in which the two columnists kicked the bucket.

It was at first thought the judge had discovered her liable, however columnists say a last decision has not yet been conveyed.

Ukraine and some Western nations have censured the case as a show trial.

The two Russian state TV columnists Igor Kornelyuk and Anton Voloshin were killed in mortar fire in June 2014, at the stature of battling between Ukrainian powers and professional Russian rebels.On that day, Ms Savchenko, 34, was caught by radicals.

Ms Savchenko, a pilot via preparing, is blamed for having gone about as a cannons spotter on the ground.

She denies the charges. Her has contended telephone records demonstrate she was caught by dissidents before the assault.

Ms Savchenko had touched base in the region a couple of days beforehand to join the volunteer Aidar brigade, faithful to the Ukrainian government.

As per her legal advisors, she was caught by dissident aggressors on the morning of 17 June whilst attempting to achieve a few Aidar warriors who had been injured in a snare.

Ms Savchenko says her captors then took her into Russia, yet prosecutors say she subtly crossed into Russian region herself.


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