Germans expel two Russians
GERMAN prosecutors have taken over the investigation into the daylight killing of a Georgian man on the streets of Berlin.
They say evidence suggests it was ordered either by the government of Russia or the Chechen Republic.
The Foreign Ministry immediately announced the expulsion of two Russian diplomats following the announcement, citing a lack of co-operation with the probe into the August 23 killing of the 40-year-old man in the capital.
It did not identify the names or the functions of the two diplomats being expelled.