US Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s allegation that Russia rendered “virtually zero” support to the anti-terrorism campaign in Syria is a “lie” that puts the US in a “foolish” and “worrying” position, says a member of the State Duma’s Committee for International Affairs.
Over a half of Russians say their own lives are good and three quarters think their lives improved in 2016, according to the latest public opinion poll.
President Barack Obama’s family vacation to Hawaii in 2015 cost taxpayers more than $4.8 million. Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch […]
Elvira Nabiullina, the head of Russia’s central bank, has been named the best Central Bank Governor in Europe in 2016 by the international financial magazine, The Banker.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev expressed his disappointment over US President Barack Obama’s decision to introduce restrictions against Russian diplomats, as a reply to alleged Russian interference in the US presidential election.
The European Union has repeatedly missed chances to mend its relations with Russia, while its sanctions do nothing, Russia’s permanent representative to the bloc, Vladimir Chizhov, has said.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has posted a scathing Facebook comment on US President Barack Obama’s approval of new anti-Russian measures, arguing Obama’s “bitter” and “helpless” team did a disfavor to the White House’s reputation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s approval rating has risen 1 percent from November, reaching 86.8 percent which is the highest recorded in 2016, reports the state-run Russian Center for Public Opinion Research (VTSIOM).
The Russian culture minister has said plans are being devised for a new bill targeting copyright piracy which could introduce fines for end users who download illegal content.
A Russian court has ruled in favor of a former Ukrainian lawmaker, recognizing the events in Kiev in 2014, which ended in the ousting of the president and the installation of the current regime, as an illegal coup d’état.