The Hay Festival of Literature kicks of its 30th anniversary festival in Wales
When masked men raided Moscow’s hippest theatre the Gogol Center and interrogated its internationally famous director Kirill Serebrennikov, artists rallied to protest.
A powerful Russian mogul confronted Alexei Navalny, the opposition leader, online. It was the first conversation between ruling elite and opposition in years.
The star architect is mapping out a new daring plan for the Smithsonian
Russian federal agents in Bashkortostan say they’ve arrested a man suspected of fighting with a Russian-speaking group tied to the terrorist organization al-Qaeda.
The Kremlin has denied reports that Russia could clampdown on foreign football players joining local teams.
The head of Russia’s Federal Security Service says terrorists groups are using secret chats on the instant messenger Telegram to coordinate their efforts.
Moscow sends a delegation to Chechnya to investigate anti-gay crimes, sending local officials into panic mode.
An unknown attacker has thrown a molotov cocktail at a car in central Moscow.
A new bill banning anonymous users from using online messenger apps has been submitted to the Russian parliament.
By coordinating with Russia over terrorism, the West can be looking ahead to a Russia after Putin.
Russian theater director Alexander Burdonsky, the grandson of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, has died in Moscow.
A subsidiary for Russian oil giant Rosneft has canceled an order of luxury tableware amid a public row with Russian anti-corruption campaigner and politician Alexei Navalny.
“Moscow—as you’ve never seen it before”—these are the first words to greet visitors on the website of MOSS, a new hotel on Krivokolenny Pereulok.