Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny has appealed a court decision to extend his pretrial detention following his dramatic arrest at a Moscow airport as he returned from Germany, where he was being treated for a poisoning attack.
A military court in Siberia has sentenced Private Ramil Shamsutdinov to 24 1/2 years in prison for killing eight fellow servicemen in a rampage he says was brought on by his hazing in the army.
Russia's telecommunications watchdog has urged social-media networks to stop the spreading of posts by users that call on Russia's youth to take part in "illegal" public gatherings, such one planned for this weekend to support Kremlin critic Aleks...
European lawmakers are expected to pass a resolution on January 21 calling on the European Union to halt construction on the nearly complete Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which would carry Russian natural gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea.
A pan-European human rights watchdog has expressed concern after a Russian court handed a long prison sentence for hooliganism to a university mathematics student who says he was tortured while in custody.
Ramzan Kadyrov, Kremlin-backed leader of Russia's North Caucasus region of Chechnya, says regional security forces and police have killed six armed militants led by Aslan Byutukayev in a special operation.
The Kremlin has reiterated its commitment to extending the New START nuclear arms-control treaty with the United States.
Russia's Rosatom Space Agency plans to put up two statues of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's notorious secret police chief Lavrenty Beria.
Russia's Rosatom atomic energy agency plans to put up two statues of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's notorious secret police chief Lavrenty Beria.
The United States has imposed sanctions on a Russian vessel in a bid to stop completion of the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline from carrying Russian natural gas to Europe under the Baltic Sea.
Biden's Top Diplomat Pick Says U.S. Seeks «Stronger» Iran Nuclear Deal, Condemns Russia Over Navalny Arrest
President-elect Joe Biden’s secretary of state nominee said the incoming administration would seek a “longer and stronger” nuclear agreement with Iran as he laid out a foreign policy vision for the next four years.
The Anti-Corruption Foundation of Aleksei Navalny issued a fresh investigation on January 19, shining a spotlight on a Black Sea mansion allegedly built for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Riley June Williams, 22, turned herself in after the FBI put out a call for her arrest in connection with the U.S. Capitol riot.
Prosecutors have asked a military court in Siberia to sentence Private Ramil Shamsutdinov to 25 years in prison for killing eight fellow servicemen in a rampage he says was brought on by the hazing he suffered while being initiated into the army.
A police officer in the Russian city of Samara has been placed under house arrest on suspicion of leaking data that may have helped the Bellingcat investigative group identify the alleged poisoners of Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny, the RBC busine...
Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny has been placed in a cell in Moscow's notorious Matrosskaya Tishina detention center after a judge at a hastily arranged hearing ruled to keep the Kremlin critic in custody for 30 days following his dramat...
Parler, a social media website popular with U.S. right-wing groups, has partially returned online with the apparent help of a Russina-based technology company, according to reports on January 18.
The United States plans to sanction a Russian vessel as it seeks to stop the completion of a controversial natural gas export pipeline to Europe.
Russian authorities say as many as 12 people may have been buried under snow from an avalanche that struck a skiing area in the North Caucasus region of Karachai-Cherkessia.
A Turkish rescue team has found the bodies of four crew members of a Ukrainian-owned cargo ship that sank in bad weather in the Black Sea over the weekend, including the vessel's captain, a Russian citizen.