Russian athletes won’t be allowed to display any signs that associate them with their home country.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said there is no reason for the United States to worry following reports that Turkey is negotiating the purchase of Russian S-400 air defense systems.
Kazan looks on as a deal granting it special status expires
Over the past two years, the Russian authorities have destroyed more than 16,600 tons of food.
The head of the state-backed pollster VTsIOM, Valery Fyodorov, is being sued for comments he made during an interview.
How peering at babies through glass became a feel-good staple of American maternity wards
If you’re looking to escape the roar of Moscow for the Russian countryside and fresh air, the town of Istra might be the place for you. It’s home to a magnificent monastery, and was inspiration to writers and artists.
Around 10 young men were arrested in Chechnya for allegedly criticizing the republic’s leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, in online messengers.
A sculpture of Russian writer Nikolai Gogol has fallen from a building in central Moscow famous for its stucco depictions of Russian literary figures
The Kremlin has deprived the whole country of fully functioning turbines by transferring them to Crimea secretly
Valentina Cherevatenko, head of the “Women of the Don” NGO in southern Russia, was the first person to be prosecuted under the law.
The remains of 47 Soviet soldiers and three Japanese soldiers have been found on Shumshu Island, the northernmost point in the Pacific Kuril Island chain.