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An anti-Putin T-shirt worn by an activist during an anti-government protest in Moscow last June.
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Microsoft unveiled its eagerly awaited new generation Xbox One videogame console, touting it as a home entertainment hub that goes far beyond games.
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A County Antrim man who is trying to fly around the world in a gyrocopter has appealed to the Russian president for help ahead of the G8 summit.
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Presidents Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama will meet at a G8 summit in June and during the US president's visit to Russia in September, a Kremlin aide said on Friday.
18 hrs ago | The Daily Star
In this undated image released by the Marine Ice Automobile Expedition, two trucks used by the expedition members cross the North Pole.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with his Serbian counterpart Tomislav Nikolic in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi on Friday, the Kremlin reported.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Russia's President Vladimir Putin shake hands as they meet at Bocharov Ruchei state residence in the Black Sea resort of Sochi May 17, 2013.
When photos of Vladislav Surkov hanging out and fishing with the powerful Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov appeared online recently, it raised some eyebrows but was viewed mainly as an odd curiosity.
One year ago Russian then-President Dmitry Medvedev took office as the Prime Minister.
The State Duma's recent stance on restricting the political rights of parties and citizens resulted in a controversial response from politicians and experts.
The body of a man thought murdered dangled from a rope in an attic at the Mariinsky Theater complex in St.
Member of the all-girl punk band 'Pussy Riot,' Maria Alyokhina, smiles in a court in Moscow, on October 10, 2012.
MOSCOW, May 23 Police carried out searches on Thursday at the homes of two members of Russia's Left Front movement, which played a key role in last year's mass protests against the rule of President Vladimir Putin.
MOSCOW, May 23 The Russian authorities clamped down in 2012 on peaceful protests and freedom of expression, while using state media to smear its political opponents, Amnesty International said on Thursday in its annual human rights report.
MOSCOW, May 23 The United States' insistence on pursuing a missile defense system in Europe is standing in the way of further cuts to Russia's nuclear deterrent forces, Russia's top general said on Thursday at an international security conference in Moscow.
Femen, the Ukrainian feminist group, have staged another topless attack on Vladimir Putin, as he toured a factory in Hannover this morning.