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Russian Natural Resources Minister Sergei Donskoy is to present Moscow's case for expanding its claim to continental shelf territory in the Arctic Ocean before a United Nations commission on February 9.
Russian opposition politician Mikhail Kasyanov says he was attacked by a group of men who threw a cake at him while he dined in a Moscow restaurant on February 9.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Russia's involvement in Syria is making it difficult to achieve a negotiated end to the nearly five-year war.
Moscow authorities' decision to demolish scores of kiosk-like structures under the cover of night has outraged many in the Russian capital.
Russia says there is "no credible evidence" of civilian deaths as a result of Russian air strikes in Syria.
The city of Moscow demolished dozens of trading stalls, kiosks, and cafes in a blitz of bulldozers on February 9. Heavy equipment began tearing down about 100 buildings, which Moscow city authorities had deemed illegal.
The Daily Vertical is a video primer for Russia-watchers that appears Monday through Friday.
Forget Buckingham Palace and Big Ben -- London's newest bus tour shows visitors the palatial homes of Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs.
Residents of Bograd, a small town in southeastern Siberia, have lost their fight to save the local maternity ward, declared "unprofitable" by health authorities. Pregnant women from Bograd and surrounding villages will now have to travel up to 150 kilometers to give birth.
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