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As if news from behind the former iron curtain couldn't possibly get any worse these days, a Russian actor is making headlines Friday after he reportedly made violent anti-gay remarks at a "spiritual talks" event in Novosibirsk, Russia, on Dec. 8, Queer Russia reports.
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The space monitoring radar Don-2N is today one of the main elements of the Russian missile defense system.
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Concerns about a snowless Olympics were raised after two test events in Sochi had to be cancelled last February because of a lack of snow or rainy weather.
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Red-suited revelers are set to throng New York City's streets and taverns this weekend, but organizers say they aim to have a more orderly SantaCon come to town this year.
10 hrs ago | Hampshire Chronicle
Greenpeace demonstrators set up an exhibition entitled 'Thirty Acts of Courage' featuring giant portraits of the activists arrested in Russia as part of the group's continuing campaign against drilling in the Arctic The Russian authorities have told a group of Greenpeace activists and freelance journalists arrested during a protest against oil ... (more)
Bishkek Airport, also known as Manas, was used as a US Air Force base supporting Operation Enduring Freedom and the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan.
Editor's Note: This is the first of a three-part series about Russia's intensifying focus on East Asia.
In early December Adam Smith Conferences held the 20th anniversary Russian Banking Forum in London aimed at looking at what the future holds for Russia's banks.
In honor the Bank of Russia approving a new Russian ruble symbol, RBTH takes a brief look at the history of the Russian currency.
Russian President Vladimir Putin used his state-of-the-nation address on Thursday to defend conservative values, referring obliquely to his government's anti-gay stance as he chided the West for treating "good and evil" equally.
A Soviet SS-21 tactical short-range nuclear missile is shown for the first time in Red Square, at the Victory Day parade in Moscow, Russia on May 9, 1985.
Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Daeiae said on Wednesday that he expects the South Stream gas pipeline project "to be implemented."
Elton John came under fire initially when he announced that he would perform in Russia, just a few months before the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Once downplayed, Russia is now focusing on training future drone operators at the center for unmanned aerial vehicle in Kolomna.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara announces charges against more than a dozen Russian diplomats and their spouses living in New York during a news conference on Dec. 5 in New York.
Vladislav Baumgertner is now under house arrest, mass media have quoted Sergei Tsygankov, a representative of the Moscow office of the Federal Penal Service, as saying.