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US President Donald Trump’s sanctions against Iran and Venezuela have inadvertently increased demand for a Russian brand of crude oil, boosting revenues for the nation’s exporters.
Russia's interior ministry has opened an investigation after a video showing a riot policeman punching a woman in the stomach during a protest for free elections went viral.
The city where Russia's main nuclear research facility is based announced a day of mourning for five staff killed during a missile test that caused elevated radiation levels.
Russia's nuclear agency said Saturday an explosion during missile testing in the Arctic left five of its staff dead and involved radioactive isotopes after a nearby city reported a spike in radiation levels.
Vladimir Putin has held power for 20 years but he is still well behind the record terms of Cuba's late Fidel Castro and North Korea's founder Kim Il Sung.
Britain's Boris Johnson faces his first test at the ballot box in a by-election that could reduce his parliamentary majority to one, making it harder to enact his Brexit plan.
Reporters investigating Russian military intelligence have been targeted by highly sophisticated cyberattacks through their encrypted email accounts, with evidence suggesting Moscow was responsible, according to the email service provider ProtonMail and journalists.
Democrats are trying to focus public attention on Mueller's words and on his 448-page report's contents.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday described Robert Mueller's testimony to Congress on the Russia probe as an "embarrassment" to the nation, mocking his Democratic rivals for asking the former special counsel to appear on Capitol Hill.
A successful breeding scheme in southern Russia has seen the beaver population rise to more than 700 000 from near-extinction less than a century ago.
Nyonoksa residents asked to leave within a day after last week's explosion that spiked radiation levels up to 16 times.
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Russia's nuclear agency has said an explosion at an Arctic missile testing site has killed five of its staff after the military had put the toll at two.
Russia said a fire triggered the explosions at a storage facility for gunpowder charges near the city of Achinsk in Siberia's Krasnoyarsk region.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was "poisoned" by an unidentified toxic substance and doctors have sent him back to jail despite his condition, his lawyer and personal physician said.
Recent wave of Moscow protests was sparked by move to ban all but a few opposition candidates vying for city elections.
For two years, Robert Mueller operated quietly behind the scenes, a sphinxlike figure carrying out a politically explosive investigation into the President of the United States.
After traversing Russia's forests, the Mongolian steppe and the deserts of northern China, Qatar's Nasser Al-Attiyah finally claimed victory in the "big and beautiful" Silk Way Rally.
Russia has launched a space telescope from the cosmodrome in Baikonur, Kazakhstan, a joint project with Germany intended to replace one it lost in January.
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