Russia's counterterrorism agency says it has arrested four suspects in Ingushetia that it says are linked to the Islamic State (IS) militant group.
The Russian Defense Ministry has opened bids on a contract to repair and upgrade a Black Sea coastal artillery system that is adjacent to the Russia-occupied Crimea Peninsula.
Former Russian Finance Minister Aleksei Kudrin says the Russian economy will grow only if the government initiates serious reforms.
Russian prosecutors seem confident about their case against Sergei Akhmetov. But Akhmetov and his backers say there's just one problem -- the man in the images is not him.
Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka is headed to Italy for trade talks with his Italian counterpart and other top officials.
NATO's chief says the 28-member alliance has reached "broad agreement" to seek another meeting with Russia before NATO leaders meet in Warsaw in July.
The lovable British cartoon character Peppa Pig has become mired in a political fight in the Russian city of Perm at a campaign rally involving young children that has sparked controversy.
With smoke bombs and drums, some 3,000 members of Ukraine’s nationalist Azov Civilian Corps marched through the capital, Kyiv. In a show of force, members of the far-right group lit flares outside the parliament building.
Police in St. Petersburg have detained two Tajiks on suspicion of recruiting fighters for the Islamic State (IS) militant group in Syria.
They've been called Russia's new nobility, Vladimir Putin's new Oprichniki, and the power behind the throne. But what is the real state of Russia's siloviki? Listen to this week's Power Vertical Podcast.
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