Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Polyvalent Iodine Compounds. Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Viktor V. Zhdankin was born in 1956 in Sverdlovsk.
Right Sector, a movement and a far-right Ukrainian nationalist political party that originated in November 2013 as a paramilitary confederation of several nationalist organizations at the Euromaidan revolt in Kiev, where its street fighters participated in clashes with riot police. The coalition became a political party on 22 March 2014, at which time it claimed to have roughly 10,000 members. Founding groups included Trident, led by Dmytro Yarosh and Andriy Tarasenko; the Ukrainian National.
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The constitution provides for freedom of religion, guaranteeing the right to worship and profess one’s religion, but by law, officials may prohibit the activity of a religious association for violating public order or engaging in “extremist activity.”.
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Religion in Russia is diverse, with a 1997 law naming Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Judaism as important in Russian history. Russia today designates four official "traditional" religions, Orthodox Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Buddhism. Orthodox Christianity is Russia's traditional and largest religion, deemed a part of Russia's "historical heritage" in the law passed in 1997. About 95% of the registered Orthodox parishes belong to the Russian Orthodox Church while there are a number.