Twitter has reactivated a popular parody account lampooning Russian President Vladimir Putin a day after the social-media giant's suspension of the feed sparked outrage and accusations of censorship.
Was Russia's big bust of a group of cybercriminals a victory for law enforcement? Or a head-hunting exercise?
A Russian ballet dancer jailed over a 2013 acid attack on the Bolshoi Theater's artistic director has been released on parole.
Russian authorities say they have detained a gang of 50 hackers suspected of stealing more than 1.7 billion rubles ($25.33 million) from the accounts of various Russian financial institutions.
A Moscow businessman with a front-row seat for Russia's seizure of Crimea and other actions targeting Ukraine says the "Russian World" project fell apart as a result of incompetence, infighting, and greed.
Four Crimean Tatars suspected of terrorism have pleaded not guilty at their trial in the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don.
Russian media reports that an alleged former gangster has used the country’s new “right to be forgotten” law to help clean up his image.
Three alleged members of the banned Islamic organization Hizb ut-Tahrir have been detained in the Chelyabinsk region in Russia's Ural Mountains.
Kyiv says one Ukrainian soldier has been killed and three wounded in attacks over the past 24 hours by Russia-backed separatists in the east of the country.
The Kremlin says it is still waiting for Turkey to apologize for shooting down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border last year and to pay compensation for the incident.
Ukraine has announced it has detained two suspected Islamic State militants who Kyiv says were planning to travel to Western Europe to stage terror attacks.
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