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The expulsion of a prominent writer has split Russia's writer community and brought back ghosts of Soviet censorship. [Read More]
With Donald Trump's presidency now a cold, hard reality, it is almost as if Russia's ultra-patriots suddenly recognize how bizarre it is to celebrate a foreign country's election results. [Read More]
Russian jokesters on Twitter had their eye on President Trump's inauguration speech, which more than a few Internet users compared to Communist rhetoric popular during the Soviet era. [Read More]
Militants from the international terrorist group Islamic State have destroyed part of the Roman amphitheater in Palmyra, the Syrian news agency SANA reports. [Read More]
The story of a law protecting victims of familial abuse that only lasted seven months in Russia. [Read More]
U.S. businesses are ready to mend ties with Moscow without waiting for the White House to cancel anti-Russian sanctions, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov claimed on Friday. [Read More]
The Roshen company, owned by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, has announced that it plans to close its confectionery factory in Russia's Lipetsk region. [Read More]
A Russian researcher has been awarded a record $40,000 by U.S. social media site Facebook for spotting a vital security flaw. [Read More]
Russian President Vladimir Putin will miss out on the inauguration of U.S.-President elect Donald Trump to enjoy traditional Russian ice swimming. [Read More]
Since the whole world is talking about kompromat, we might as well talk about it, too. [Read More]
Trump-fever has taken over Russia. Here are just some of the ways the country is celebrating Donald J. Trump moving into the White House. [Read More]
One of Russia's top foreign affairs experts has dismissed the possibility of a "quick fix" of Russian-U.S. relations under U.S President-elect Donald Trump. [Read More]
Channel One issued a press release on Thursday, admitting that one of its employees is responsible for the Sherlock leak, having broken the channel's internal rules. [Read More]
Things go from bad to worse for the Russian blogger who's already spent months in jail for releasing a video of himself playing Pokemon Go inside a church. [Read More]
The CIA has published 12 million pages of declassified documents, including thousands of intelligence files on the USSR. [Read More]
A group of gunsmiths in Russia has fashioned a two-pound coin dedicated to Donald Trump. [Read More]
St.Petersburg's Zenit Stadium will need another 2 billion rubles ($33.4 million) if it is to meet international standards in time for the 2018 World Cup, Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko announced on Thursday. [Read More]
A recent poll by the Public Opinion Foundation (FOM) found that 45 percent of Russians are dissatisfied with the general situation in the country, the RBC newspaper reports. [Read More]
Thousands of Russian Orthodox Church followers plunged into icy rivers and ponds across the country to mark Epiphany, cleansing themselves with water deemed holy for the day. Water that is blessed by a... [Read More]
Russia's Constitutional Court has dismissed a landmark ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) to pay 1.8 billion euros in compensation to the former shareholders of defunct Russian oil company Yukos. [Read More]
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