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The ministry has submitted a four-year plan that does not include a proposal to spend 70 billion rubles ($1.2 billion) on new efforts to treat... [Read More]
Tractor drivers say they were acting on orders from their boss, circling the city without the proper brushes attached to their vehicles, making it impossible... [Read More]
Transparency International has published its latest Corruption Perceptions Index. Russia keeps failing despite launching an emblematic battle against corruption in 2016. [Read More]
There's a man in Russia who looks almost exactly like Harry Potter, and it's driving people nuts. [Read More]
A Turkish court is hearing the case of nine suspected members of an Islamic State (ISIS) terror cell who are accused of planning terrorist attacks... [Read More]
Russian Foreign Ministry Sergei Lavrov spoke up against drug substitution therapy at an event called International Anti-Drug Forum that took place in a village outside... [Read More]
The challenge for Moscow now is to find viable levers of control over the Syrian regime and its Iranian backers to enforce the ceasefire and... [Read More]
The European Union court in Luxembourg upheld the freezing of assets belonging to Russian arms manufacturer Almaz-Antey. [Read More]
Russia's Central Bank has denied asking electronic payment service Yandex Money to block a fundraising account belonging to opposition activist Alexey Navalny. [Read More]
The bill decriminalizing simple battery within families that doesn't result in substantial bodily harm has passed the second reading in the Russia's lower chamber of... [Read More]
More than 70% of Russians believe that new U.S. President Donald Trump will be a competent head of state, a survey by state-backed pollster VTsIOM... [Read More]
Law enforcement officials are investigating the suspected substitution of precious metals used in the manufacture of engines for the second and third stages of the... [Read More]
Russia has fallen again in Transparency International's annual Corruption Perceptions Index. [Read More]
The Russian consumer watchdog Rospotrebnadzor has extended restrictions on the sale of non-food products containing alcohol for another 60 days. [Read More]
A top cyber-security specialist with Russia's Federal Security Service faces treason charges for allegedly receiving money from "foreign organizations." [Read More]
Russia's delegation to the Syrian peace talks in Astana has submitted a draft constitution project to representatives of the Syrian opposition. [Read More]
American families share their stories, hoping Russia's controversial 2013 adoption ban might finally be overturned, and the orphans they were forced to abandon will finally... [Read More]
With debates raging over "fake news," the Western world is getting a fresh look at conspiracy theories and disinformation. In Russia, however, conspiracy theorists have... [Read More]
The British Navy spent almost £1.4 million ($1.7 million) tracking Russian warships as they journeyed alongside the British coast on their way to Syria. [Read More]
An employee of the Russian foreign-language network Russia Today (RT) was arrested and charged with rioting in Washington D.C., the British newspaper the Guardian reports. [Read More]