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Dmitry Dyomushkin has been found guilty of organizing a criminal organization after it was established that his group - the Slavic Union - was renamed and continued to operate despite a legal ban.
Mariann Marthinsen, right, of Norway, celebrates her gold medal as Tatyana Mcfadden, left, of the United States, reacts to her second-place finish in the finals of the women's cross country 1km sprint, sitting event at the 2014 Winter Paralympic, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.
Just two weeks after Russian troops seized their peninsula, Crimeans voted Sunday to leave Ukraine and join Russia, overwhelmingly approving a referendum that sought to unite the strategically important Black Sea region with the country it was part of for some 250 years.
The vote came as Ukraine and Russia reached a truce in Crimea, according to the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense and a base commander in Crimea.
If Russian President Vladimir Putin doesn't back down in Crimea, he will face penalties from the West that will hurt the Russian economy and diminish Moscow's influence in the world, the White House said Sunday.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's honorary consul to Russia Habib Ahmad hosted a welcome diner in the honour of new Ambassador of Russian Federation Alexey Dedov the other day at a local hotel.
Pro-Kremlin protesters attacked a security service building in the east Ukrainian city of Donetsk, demanding the release of their self-appointed "governor" and their own right to vote on joining Russia.
As the region of Crimea votes this weekend whether to secede from Ukraine , Russia's benchmark Micex index has dropped more than 10 percent.
Igor Mazur, or Topolya as he's known because he's 6 feet 7, is the leader of the Ukrainian Right Sector at Maidan, Kiev's Independence Square.
Demonstrators in Moscow carrying Russian and Ukrainian flags march to oppose president Vladimir Putin's policies in Ukraine.
A UN maritime commission has confirmed that 52,000 square kilometers in the middle of the Sea of Okhotsk in the Far East is now Russian continental shelf, opening the way for massive oil and gas exploration.
The space-launch business shows just how difficult it is to make sense of sanctions aimed at Putin's actions in Ukraine.
A Russian former tank officer was detained by a Lithuanian court on Friday on suspicion of involvement in a 1991 Soviet Army attack aimed at halting the Baltic state's drive for independence from the Soviet Union, the General Prosecutor's office said.
Facilities built by Turkish contractors for the Sochi Winter Olympics were very important for the success of the Olympics, said Russian Chamber of Commerce President speaking at a trade and investment forum in Istanbul.
Cisco Systems Inc is investigating potential violations of U.S. bribery laws by the company and its resellers in Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, but doesn't expect financial results to be materially affected, it said in a regulatory filing.