5 month ago
Russia broke an agreement with Ukraine on the supply of weapons and military equipment
US says `no justification' for Russia's move to expel diplomats, says Russia shouldn't act `like a victim.'
US says it "reserves right to respond" to Russian expulsions
5 month ago
In Volokolamsk, Moscow region, Russia, about 6,000 people (in a town with population of 40,000) joined a protest to demand the authorities to declare emergency due to landfill gas emissions RussiaProtests
Russia orders out 60 U.S. diplomats over spy poisoning affair
Russia to respond in kind in diplomatic row over ex-spy, to shut U.S. consulate
Russian foreign ministry expresses concern about Poland's "progressive militarisation" following the announcement of an anti-missile deal with the US
5 month ago
Man who lost family in Kemerovo fire, including 3 children now changed his mind from "Putin and administration" is guilty to "Maidan men pushed us to wrong way. Putin is not a President but our real Tsar"
Russia to expel 60 US diplomats, close a US consulate, says FM Lavrov
Health of poisoned ex-Russian spy's daughter 'improving rapidly': hospital
FBI looked into Trump plans to build hotel in Latvia with Putin supporter
Putin spox compares metoo actresses to prostitutes; "earned hundreds of millions immorally and just remembered how nasty Weinstein is"; questions integrity of Russian journo who reported MP Slutzky for harassment.
Russia foreign ministry working on North Korea meetings in Moscow
Estonian government formally bans 49 Russians connected to Magnitsky case from entering Estonia as of today.
Moscow is concerned about the continuing militarization of Poland - the Russian Foreign Ministry after signing a contract for the supply of American complexes "Patriot"
Russian MFA denied "Russian trace" in Lesin death
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says that Russian diplomats expelled by other countries in response to a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in Britain, will not be allowed enter the country
The Russian foreign ministry says the UK is breaking international law by refusing to provide information about the daughter of poisoned former spy Sergei Skripal
FSB reports that they have uncovered ISIS cell in Kranodar region
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman suggests Western journalists accredited in Russia have been caught spying.
5 dead in gas leak in Kizel of Perm' Krai
Trump's ambassador to Moscow, Jon Huntsman, says freezing of more Russian assets in US "possible."
Georgia is expelling one Russian diplomat.
5 month ago
The head of the Dagestani branch of the human rights organization Memorial Sirazhutdin Datsiyev was severely beaten in Makhachkala.
MoD spokesperson: Russian proxies attacked Shchastia and Katerynivka with grenade launchers and 82mm mortars, used 82mm mortars near Hnutove, Pavlopil, Pisky, Vodiane, 120mm ones near Hnutove and Pavlopil, 122mm artillery near Shyrokyne.
Durov: Power outage at a @telegram server cluster causing issues in Europe. Working to fix it from our side, but a lot depends on when the datacenter provider puts the power equipment in order.
Fire breaks out at St. Petersburg shopping centre, 60 people evacuated.
Telegram is down on the territory of the European part of Russia, as well as the Netherlands, Italy, Thailand, Slovakia and Ukraine
Investors will leave the US if Russian assets are seized there - Dzhabarov
66 Russian diplomats left in Ukraine - Zerkal
Russian media reports that Russia will order the US consulate in St. Petersburg to close in response to the closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle and expulsions of Russian diplomats from the US.
Former Russian spy poisoned by nerve agent on door of home in England: police
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on form in his Mansion House speech last night: "Russia makes Novichok, we make light sabres"
May considers banning City of London from selling Russian debt
Serbian president Vucic phoned with Putin (and Lukashenko..?) about recent events in Kosovo, the conversation was "long and rich in content" and he feels the "highest degree of support" from Russia.
May welcomes U.S. expulsions over spy attack in call with Trump
Prime Minister's spokesman says Theresa May has spoken to President Trump to welcome the decision of the United States to expel 60 Russian diplomats over the Salisbury nerve agent attack
President Putin says social media is being used to "sow panic and mistrust" regarding the deadly fire in Kemerovo.
FM Erjavec says Slovenia unlikely to take action against Russia as circumstances of Salisbury attack "unclear"
6 month ago
Bill Browder: Dutch Parliament to vote next week on motion calling on Dutch government to impose Magnitsky Act in the Netherlands. Motion proposed by @PieterOmtzigt a long time Magnitsky advocate in the Dutch parliament.
The Russian defense minister says Russia has carried out the first Arctic airlift to North America since the Soviet era
Malta withdraws ambassador from Russia for consultations
6 month ago
St.Petersburg dealership fire got the highest rank
Human rights activist attacked in southern Russia
6 month ago
Fire at Hyundai dealership in St. Petersburg
Montenegro to Expel Russian Diplomat Over UK Nerve Gas Attack
Russia has said the UK most prove British intelligence services did not poison former spy Sergei Skripal
Slovakia recalls envoy to Russia over Skripal Case – Foreign Ministry
The Kremlin has said Russia is still open to the possibility of a meeting between President Trump and his Russian counterpart Putin
Boris Johnson: Expulsions of Russian diplomats are a "very good omen" for UK's post-Brexit relationships
Russian FM tells Ghani Moscow wants to help stabilize region
Russia's Lavrov to hold Syria talks with U.N. envoy in Moscow on Thursday: RIA
KCNA: "Kim Il Sung Praised by Foreign Media: A special write-up was posted on the Russian internet homepage Patrioti Moskva with a portrait of smiling President. It said: Human history knows many famous men but there is no such a great man as President Kim Il Sung."
Luxembourg recalling ambassador to Moscow over UK spy poisoning: statement
Australian government says not planning to boycott World Cup
Russia’s Ambassador to Australia said on Wednesday the world will enter into a “Cold War situation” should the West continue its bias against Moscow in response to the nerve agent attack against a former Soviet spy in Britain