A regional court has overturned a verdict that cleared Russian historian Yury Dmitriyev of child pornography charges, setting up a retrial, his lawyer says.
A Russian lawmaker has this to say about romantic couplings between Russians and fans visiting the country for the World Cup soccer tournament: More love. And more procreation.
Russia has vowed to retaliate against a plan by Norway to more than double the number of U.S. Marines stationed in the country.
Aleksei Navalny, freshly released from a Moscow jail, jokes about the facility being upgraded with flat-screen TVs and special menus to accommodate rowdy English World Cup fans.
Russia’s Kaspersky Lab says it will no longer cooperate on several European cybercrime-fighting initiatives after the European Parliament moved to ban its antivirus software.
Russian police briefly detained a British LGBT rights campaigner in central Moscow for what they said was an illegal protest on the first day of the FIFA World Cup.
A demonstration in Kyiv called for the boycott of the "blood-soaked" FIFA World Cup in Russia, citing Russian aggression in Ukraine and detention of director Oleh Sentsov.
Russian police have detained a British LGBT rights campaigner in central Moscow for what they said was an illegal protest on the first day of the World Cup soccer tournament.
The European Parliament has passed a resolution demanding that Russia reverse its "decision to recognize the so-called independence of the Georgian territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia."
A Ukrainian artist's provocative poster campaign against Russia hosting the World Cup has spread like wildfire across the Ukrainian Internet, while Kyiv's official call to boycott the soccer championship falls flat.
From 1 to 2.5 million: a look at some of the more interesting figures that factor into World Cup 2018.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has proposed a plan to gradually increase the retirement age for men and women.