U.S. activist Sharon Tennison has promoted closer ties between Moscow and the West for decades and become a vocal supporter of Vladimir Putin.So why are media loyal to the Kremlin now portraying her as a nefarious American agent?
A Ukrainian who testified in the Russian trial of filmmaker Oleh Sentsov and later recanted his testimony has been transferred to a harsh punishment cell and is being denied medical care despite worsening health.
Europe’s soccer governing body says it has opened disciplinary proceedings against a Russian soccer player for wearing a T-shirt praising Russian President Vladimir Putin after a Europa League match in Turkey.
Russia has filed a lawsuit against Ukraine after Kyiv failed to repay a $3 billion Eurobond.
Russian authorities have detained and fined a veteran U.S. activist who for more than three decades has promoted closer ties between Moscow and the West, saying she violated the terms of her visa.
Russian media report that Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill has flown to Antarctica to say Mass at a scientific research station.
On a visit to Moscow, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has called for better relations between Russia and Europe.
An improvised memorial near the Kremlin where Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was gunned down nearly a year ago has been vandalized for a fourth time since the beginning of the year.
The Russian state security service says it has charged seven alleged members of the Islamic State (IS) extremist group.
Russia and Ukraine have reached an agreement to allow long-haul trucks a grace period to return home after forbidding transits by each others' freight haulers.
A senior Iranian official is reported as saying it would be "illogical" for Tehran to join a proposed oil output freeze.
A Russian team bus got pelted with bottles and a Russian player tore off his jersey to reveal a portrait of President Vladimir Putin at a soccer match against a Turkish club team on February 16.