European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini says a cease-fire is holding in eastern Ukraine, where fighting between government forces and Russia-backed separatists has killed more than 9,500 people since April 2014.
Russia says Russian President Vladimir Putin has agreed with Japan's prime minister to draw up proposals this year to end a row over disputed islands.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he doesn't know who hacked the e-mails of U.S. Democratic Party-affiliated organizations but added that the Russian government had nothing to do with it.
Russian authorities are searching for two senior employees from the Moscow printing house where 17 people were killed in a fire on August 27.
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A group of women who blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin for the Beslan school massacre have been sentenced to either community service or fined.
The most important battle going on in Russia today, RFE/RL's Brian Whitmore writes in his latest blog post, is one between Vladimir Putin and Vladimir Putin.
Russian officials mostly shrugged off the impact of a new round of sanctions announced by the United States on September 1 targeting 37 individuals and companies involved in Russia's aggression in Ukraine.