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Russian Railways To Buy More Trains From Siemens Despite Crimea Scandal

Russia's state railway monopoly plans to order additional trains from Siemens despite a recent scandal over Moscow's delivery of four of...

Massive Fire Breaks Out in Moscow (VIDEO)

A huge fire encompassing some 15,000 square meters broke out in Moscow Wednesday night, the local Emergency Ministry department reported.

Massive blaze engulfs warehouse in Moscow (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

A huge fire has erupted at a warehouse in northern Moscow which reportedly stores paints and furniture. Dozens of firefighters are battling the level...

Maggi Created a Collection of Slick Takes on the PUMA Suede for Faces&Laces 2017

Customization has long been a part of sneaker culture and, to celebrate its DIY spirit, PUMA has called upon Moscow-based legend Maggi to create a...

Gaddafi's Legacy: What Goals is Russia Pursuing in Libya?

The recent visit of Khalifa Haftar to Russia has immediately prompted speculations about Moscow's alleged intention to involve itself deeper in...

Change of Scenery

Dalai Lama came up with a simple and elegant solution for forging an alliance between Russia and the US - move the NATO headquarters to Moscow!

Russian-Germans in focus amid fears of Moscow propaganda

PFORZHEIM, Germany: German political parties campaigning for elections next month are competing to attract 2 million voters with roots in the former...

The Dalai Lama's Secret Dream: NATO Headquarters Must Relocate to Moscow

Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama has recently shared his vision of NATO headquarters being relocated to Moscow, thus making Russia and the US...

Lavrov: Russia Hopes 'Hot Heads' in US, North Korea Have Cooled Down

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Wednesday that Moscow noted that the heated rhetoric over the Korean crisis has cooled down recently,...

Russia & Japan to develop tourism in disputed Kuril Islands

Moscow and Tokyo are discussing the possibility of organizing cruises around the South Kuril Islands, the Kyodo news agency reports quoting...

Former Russian Minister Ulyukayev Decries 'Provocation' As Bribery Trial Begins

The bribery trial of former Russian Economic Development Minister Aleksei Ulyukayev, the highest-ranking government official to be arrested on...

Forget oil, Russia goes crazy for cryptocurrency

Standing in a warehouse in a Moscow suburb, Dmitry Marinichev tries to speak over the deafening hum of hundreds of computers stacked on shelves hard...

‘We won’t surrender an inch of our land’: Marshal Haftar to RT on Libya’s statehood & arms embargo

The head of the Libyan National Army, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, has told RT he is seeking Moscow’s support in lifting the “unfair” UN arms...

Artefacts found during My Street gentrification program on display at Museum of Moscow

Among the exhibits will be a unique Middle Stone Age scraper found in Pokrovsky Boulevard and silver coins dating back to the times of Ivan the...

Moscow indignant at Ukraine’s expelling Russian journalist

On August 14, Ukraine expelled Russia’s VGTRK Media Group journalist Tamara Nersesyan for causing a "threat to the country’s security"