“These actions by the Kiev authorities are yet another evidence of its policy of undermining the Minsk process”
Immense crowds turned out in Moscow on Sunday to march through the city in honor of slain Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov. Nemtsov — an opposition politician and...
The Russian President has pledged to oversee the investigation
“It’s not just about Boris Nemtsov. We all were shot in the heart,” one Russian said
Boris Nemtsov served as deputy prime minister under President Boris Yeltsin
Putin continues to blame a "NATO foreign legion" for the war in Ukraine, while the alliance says Russia is responsible for the resumed fighting
Kim hasn't made an official foreign visit before
Diplomats feel they are losing the information war to Russia
NATO’s Supreme Commander says ceasefire now exists in “name only”
Putin's pledge to protect ethnic Russians has the former USSR country on edge as it votes for a new parliament
"We are the country that needs peace and it's difficult to hammer out any kind of peace deal at the barrel of a gun, made in Russia"
But some Kiev politicians criticize the new legislation as unpatriotic
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin threatened to deactivate U.S. Global Positioning Systems on Russian soil, suspend cooperation on the International Space...
Hundreds protested outside of a Moscow courthouse where 7 anti-Putin activists were sentenced
Egypt's likely presidential candidate will visit the Russian capital on Wednesday
Gunman is a student at the school
An acclaimed gay performance artist talks about living in fear and secrecy
It's a museum for the Italian designer
Muscovites get a free ticket for every 30 squats
Police detain more than 400 anti-migrant protesters in a working-class district of southern Moscow