Siemens said Russia had “illegally moved to Crimea against clear contractual agreements” four gas turbines the firm had delivered for a project on the Russian mainland in Taman.
A court in Azerbaijan sentenced popular Russian-Israeli travel blogger Alexander Lapshin to three years in prison on Thursday
The American oil giant was found to have conducted business with Igor Sechin, the head of the state-owned Rosneft in May 2014.
The Jacques Cartier Bridge in Montreal lights up the skyline with the mood of the city
A participant of an anti-corruption rally has been handed a 2.5-year-prison sentence.
A Russian film company has announced it will produce a feature-length documentary about President Vladimir Putin in the lead-up to the March 2018 elections
Tanning was big business in the 1930s, as people sought to recreate the sun-kissed California beach look
The veteran human rights defender turns 90.
Russia has staked its claim as one of the five worst countries in the world for pensioners, according to a new report.
Last week, it was revelations of an undisclosed meeting between senior Trump campaign officials, including the president’s son and son-in-law, and a Russian lawyer with clear ties to senior Russian officials.
Russia’s arms exports are projected to grow in 2017 for the first time in five years
Latynina said the attack had two messages: “We know where your parents live,” and “You, Yulia Latynina, are a skunk.”
Black Sea towns are the most popular.
The State Duma has unanimously approved amendments to the Criminal Code that could see Russians caught organizing election fraud landed with heavy fines or time behind bars, the parliament’s press service said Wednesday.
American media entrepreneur, Andrew Paulson, died of cancer on Tuesday. He was 59 years old.
North Korean workers in Russia are climbing the social ladder, providing for their families, and gaining financial stability, writes Andrei Lankov of Moscow’s Carnegie Center.
Retrofitted by the British Navy, the paddleboat saved 7,000 men over many dangerous trips across the Channel
In the deadly Astor Place Riot, how to perform Shakespeare served as a proxy for class warfare
On this day in 1980, all eyes were on Moscow for the Opening Ceremony of the Summer Olympics.
The former China envoy is facing a tough crowd
Want to go to Italy for the weekend? Can’t get away? Go to the Hermitage Garden Italia Fest instead.
The young Russian man behind an online suicide game called “Blue Whale” has been sentenced to three years and four months behind bars
A court in Moscow sentenced 12 individuals posing as mind-readers to suspended sentences and jail terms for fraud, the Prosecutor General’s office said in a statement on Tuesday.
Under the new amendment, terrorists could have their Russian citizenship revoked.
Maverick opposition politician Yevgeny Roizman has said voters are being deceived.
A Moscow district court ordered opposition leader Alexei Navalny and two co-defendants to pay 2.16 million rubles ($35,500) in damages to a timber company, the state-run news agency RIA Novosti reported
Russian and Polish officials exchanged harsh words on Tuesday over Poland’s most recent move to demolish Soviet-era war monuments
The former envoy to China is set to be the new Ambassador to Russia as the Trump administration battles scandal.
Kadyrov was making vile threats long before his HBO interview. It’s time for international action.
Moscow City Hall has authorized an opposition rally in defense of internet freedom to be held later this month.
Russia has been ordered to pay 5.4 million euros ($6.25 million) in damages to the Netherlands for seizing the “Arctic Sunrise” Greenpeace ship and detaining its crew in 2013.
Iraqi security forces reportedly detained an unidentified number of Russian women following a military operation in the city of Mosul, according to unconfirmed reports
Russian sport finally gets some good news.
The beauty of dry ice cleaning is the efficient and environmentally safe process; but also the procedure was on view from the street
Russian authorities have clamped down on Internet freedoms and introduced “invasive surveillance” online, under the pretext of fighting extremism, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in a report published today.
Russian consumer rights watchdog Rospotrebnadzor has warned against the negative effects spinners could have on the health of minors.
Sergei Kislyak might become a senator after his tenure ends.
Seventy-three percent of Russians use obscene language, according to a poll conducted by Public Opinion Foundation
Moscow fans had a unique chance to watch the premiere of Season 7 of the “Game of Thrones” just one day after its premiere in the U.S. during a Night in the Metro event at the Mayakovskaya subway station.
Justice implies full, not partial, justice. Otherwise, it’s not justice.
Russia’s Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal to reverse its decision declaring the Jehovah’s Witness an “extremist” organization.
Russia and the United States have “almost solved” a row over two diplomatic compounds which were confiscated by U.S. authorities late last year.
The Kremlin came to the defense of Chechnya’s leader Monday, saying controversial comments the republic’s leader recently made about gay men had been “taken of out context”
For some Orthodox believers, the past is not history.
Hundreds of Moscow apartment blocks may be added to lists slated for demolition under a city-wide renovation program that is drawing ire from residents
Some creative folks in Russia have launched an art community called “2d Among Us,” where they share edited photographs with two-dimensional pop-culture characters superimposed on scenes of urban life.
Moscow prepares to welcome the seventh season of the hit show ‘Game of Thrones’ on television, underground, and on the big screen.
A Russian couple living in Estonia have had their custodial rights restricted. Their lawyer says the decision is politically motivated.
Russian conglomerate AFK Sistema announced on Monday a technical default on a debt worth 3.9 billion rubles ($66 million).
A court judge in southern Russia who allegedly splurged $2 million on her daughter’s wedding party is coming under fire for extravagant spending.
Three years after Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was downed over eastern Ukraine, international investigators have they will begin investigations and prosecutions in the Netherlands.
A group of 15 relatives of the victims of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 staged a silent protest outside the Russian Embassy in The Hague on Sunday, calling on Moscow to take action.
Highly publicized anti-corruption protests organized by opposition leader Alexei Navalny in June did not bring increase his popularity.
Russian President Vladimir Putin voiced support for an alternative version of the history of Ivan the Terrible, in which the first Russian tsar did not kill his son.
“To purify our blood, if there any here, take them.”
Humans’ life expectancy will fall drastically in the coming decades, a prominent Russian medical scientist said Friday
Against a current of skepticism, Russian surfers are vying for recognition
The expansion of ski resorts near Sochi has increased the danger of landslides and could cut off clean water to 100,000 people, environmentalists warn
Russian police will adopt a zero-tolerance approach towards “half-naked” crowds in the cities hosting FIFA 2018 World Cup matches next summer.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry experienced “large-scale” cyber-attacks originating in Iran and Hungary last month, its spokesperson said