Journalists discover formula of trust in governance
The international conference of journalists "Contemporary Russian Journalism: Questions and Answers" has finished in Nizhny Novgorod.
Russian Craftsmen to Recreate Parts of Lost Amber Room
Russian craftsmen in the Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad are to recreate parts of the legendary Amber Room , a Tsarist-era antiquity which was looted by German forces at the end of World War II.
Thanh Nein News
Vietnam PM inspects first Russian-built submarine
Vietnamese delegation led by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on the deck of the first Kilo-class submarine built by Russia on Sunday The Vietnamese prime minister on Sunday arrived at the Russian seaport city of Kaliningrad to inspect the testing progress of a Kilo-class submarine which Vietnam contracted to buy from Russia in a step seen as an ... (more)
Russia braces up for another wave of economic crisis
The global economic crisis has been gathering pace recently. According to IMF forecasts, the growth rate of the economy in 2013 will drop to 3.3 percent.
Nordic countries concerned by Russian search of Nordic Council office
The Nordic countries have criticized an inspection by Russian authorities of the Nordic Council's office in the Russian city of Kaliningrad.
Sheremetyevo airport serviced 5,79 million passengers in the first quarter of 2013
Sheremetyevo international airport serviced 5.791 million passengers in the first quarter of 2013, the airport's press-service reports.
The Financial Mirror
Russia to change agreement with France to prevent adoption by same sex couples
President Putin said that it was "possible and necessary" to react to the legalization of same sex marriage in France, so that Russian orphans could not be adopted by French same sex families.
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Russia should amend adoption deal with France in light of legalization of same-sex marriages - Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin believes adoption agreements with other countries should be amended if these countries amend national laws in a way that this goes against Russian law.
Vladimir Putin's Live Q&A Sessions: 10 Facts
The previous 10 live Q&A sessions, held in 2001-2003 and 2005-2011, in which he took part as president and then as prime minister, lasted more than 40 hours in total and included about a hundred live stand-ups from cities and strategic enterprises.