At least 64 people -- including 41 children -- died when a huge fire ravaged a mall in the coal-mining city of Kemerovo in western Siberia on Sunday.
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Pension reforms have caused widespread public anger, and Mr Navalny’s supporters have planned rallies in more than 80 cities to capitalise on this. Concessions by President Putin, whose popularity has suffered over the issue, have failed to stem the discontent. Protests have begun in Vladivostok and other cities in Russia’s Far East. They coincide with […]
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Russia has warned that any U.S. missiles fired at Syria over a suspected chemical weapons attack on a rebel enclave would be shot down and the launch sites targeted, raising the possibility of a U.S.-Russian confrontation.
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Western states said they would continue to pursue their sanction policy against Russia for no less than six years, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) think tank said in a report on Wednesday.
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A nursing mother and 154 out of 230 Nigerian football fans stranded in Russia after the 2018 FIFA World Cup arrived the country on Friday night.
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Nine EU countries are holding out against expelling Russian 'spies' despite the growing international reprisals over the Salisbury nerve agent attack
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Us president, Donald Trump has issued a terrifying challenge to Russian president Vladimir Putin after he threatened to shoot down American missiles fired in Syria. Trump tweeted Wednesday morning: ‘Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and “smart!” Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready […]
Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA remains suspended, following allegations of a state-run drugs programme in sports, the world anti-doping agency WADA said on Thursday.
“Nothing has changed,’’ WADA director general Olivier Niggli said after a meeting of its executive committee in Canada.
WADA’s main condition for the reinstatement of RUSADA is that Russia recognises the report of lawyer Richard McLaren into state-controlled doping in Russia.
“Moscow has refused to do