“It could be worth remembering, considering the government we are dealing with in today’s historical times.”
The U.S. social media company cites a trademark infringement clause of the Russian Civil Code.
At least 17 people protesting the treatment of the Rohingya people have been detained near the Myanmar Embassy in Moscow
The film depicting a Tsar’s affair has drawn criticism from Orthodox activists before
On the heels of the critically acclaimed “Leviathan” comes “Loveless,” director Andrei Zvyagintsev’s new film about today’s Russia.
The director allegedly passed the letter to Eidinger with instructions to publish in the case of his arrest
“We call on the American authorities to come to their senses and immediately return Russian diplomatic facilities.”
First bitcoin case, San Francisco consulate search and other news
Two people have been killed.
“No need to worry. They are not electing a Pope.”
Rights advocates are reportedly calling for the state responsible for the safety of schoolchildren at playgrounds and schoolyards
From tango to break dancing.
A documentary based on a Smithsonian exhibition is wowing festival audiences
The U.S. Embassy in Moscow is dramatically scaling back its cultural exchange programs in Russia after hundreds of diplomats were forced from the country this week.
Putin’s executive office is reportedly considering between five and seven names
The Russian Consulate in San Francisco said its closure would “create certain difficulties.”
“The president has no plans to discuss the decision.”
Yevgeny Voronin made the comments after a 10-year-old St. Petersburg girl died from AIDS last week.
In honor of the centenary of Forbes magazine, the editors compiled a list of the 100 most influential Russians of the last 100 years.
“We warned earlier that every action will elicit a response.”
“We warned earlier that every action will elicit a response.”
As long as there have been books, people have burned them—but over the years, the motivation has changed
Russia has been given until Saturday
The Malaysia Airlines plane en route to Kuala Lumpur was downed over eastern Ukraine on July 17 killing all 298 passengers on board.
Graphene supercapacitors, printed directly on textiles, could power medical devices, wearable computers, even phone-charging shirts
Freedom, fear and friendliness mingle in these emblematic eateries
Film director Alexei Uchitel’s studio in St. Petersburg was reportedly attacked with firebombs overnight
Both the channel’s former owner, stand-up comic Artur Chaparyan, and an anonymous buyer confirmed details of the sale of the “Byvshaya” (Your Ex-Girlfriend)
Ukranian security services employed “troubling and excessive” measures against Kurbatova, the OSCE said
Security camera footage of Dzhabrailov walking into a lift with a pistol prompted hotel security to contact the police
The main suspect in the murder of a St. Petersburg blogger in central Moscow’s Gorky Park has claimed he was acting in self-defense when he knocked his victim to the ground late on Aug. 13.
In the first interview since his appointment, Russia’s new Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov appeared to strike a conciliatory tone.
This year Moscow is celebrating its 870 th birthday with a big party – a really big, 10-day, 400-event bash.
Lavrov and Tillerson discussed North Korea’s latest missile launch, Syria, and the Persian Gulf region, the Interfax news agency reported Wednesday.
If you’ve been dreaming about a trip to Munich but can’t get away, we have some great news for you. Oktoberfest is coming to Moscow.
Nearly two-thirds of those polled said rising prices was the most pressing issue they faced
ACF’s drone footage of the alleged property on the Vyborg Bay depicts a lavish property, together with a helicopter pad and guest house
“Such theories are completely out of place and don’t have any bearing on purely financial issues,” Peskov said Wednesday
Russia’s top three clans retained their spots from last year’s ranking.
More than 1,500 Russian athletes across 32 disciplines were tested for doping last year
The 3D map of Moscow is also flush with “climatic domes,” inside which temperature and humidity are regulated
Online news outlets, including Life, claim the Chechen tycoon discharged an “honorary” Yarygin Pistol in the hotel
Prior to his death in 2013, Kalashnikov said he was haunted by the deaths his invention was responsible for
The FSB’s department tasked with protecting Russia from internal threats is overseeing a high-profile embezzlement case against prominent director Kirill Serebrennikov
Only 100 from the diplomatic staff facing cuts are U.S. citizens, RBC sources estimated.
A video of the incident appears to show the victim being knocked to the ground with a single blow to the head
Why use plastic when you can use sugar?
Otkritie Bank, one of Russia’s largest private lenders, has been saved from collapse by the country’s Central Bank
A nuclear storage facility in Kazakhstan is a timely reminder of why Russia and the United States must cooperate
Former deputy finance minister Sergei Aleksashenko has said he will not return to Russia, after being spooked by fake reports of his detention
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has bought around 20 Tesla electric cars that are not yet available on the Russian market and handed them out to friends and partners
Not far from Moscow are vast, peaceful fields. But this is Borodino, where the course of history was decided — twice.
A taxi driver in the Far East city of Khabarovsk who forced two young women who couldn’t pay their fare to smear a green antiseptic on their faces has reportedly become a target himself
U.S.-Russia relations have sharply deteriorated since Washington brought fresh sanctions against Russia in early August
Russia’s Prosecutor General’s Office says forecasters are partly responsible for the deaths of 16 people during a May storm in Moscow
The docking dates coincide with Russia’s Zapad 2017 military exercise in Belarus, prompting security analysts to speculate whether the request was intended to provoke Finnish authorities
The Pacific island of Sakhalin has partially disappeared from Russia’s Yandex map service
Vyacheslav Nikonov called for an expansion of the Eurasian Union and an increase in educational programs abroad to foster the Russian language
“The issue of retaliatory measures, including mirror measures, will be raised in all its magnitude and will loom large.”
Yagofarov is the sixth Orenburg native to have reportedly died fighting in Syria in the past two years