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India and Russia Discussing Wide Range of Cooperation in Space Sector

India and Russia are discussing a wide range of cooperation in the space sector with the latter's offer of its semi-cryogenic engine technology and...

Russia Launched First Humanoid Robot Astronaut into the ISS

Russia launched its first humanoid robot astronaut into the International Space Station (ISS) on Thursday. The launch took place from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan...

To Mock Elon Musk, Russia Launched a Toy Car into Space

Mocking SpaceX CEO Elon Musk launched a Tesla car into space in 2018, Russian scientists sent their own red car outside the Earth, but...

World Bank: Russia Banking Sector Remains at Risk Despite Recent State Costly Bailouts

The World Bank says Russia's banking sector is stabilizing but remains at risk despite recent state bailouts of Russian banks totaling tens of billions...

U.S. Starts ‘Unwinding’ Turkey from F-35 Program over Russia Defense Deal

The United States on Friday raised the stakes in its standoff with Turkey over Ankara's deal to acquire a Russian air defense system, laying...

Chinese Smartphone Giant Huawei Signs a 5G Development Deal with Russia’s Biggest Carrier

Chinese smartphone giant Huawei has signed a 5G development deal with Russia’s biggest mobile carrier MTS as is battles the trade ban imposed by...

Dating App Tinder to Now Share User Data with Russian Authorities

The Tinder dating app, where people looking for dates swipe left or right on profiles of other users to reject or accept them, is...

Trump Tells Syria, Russia to Stop Bombing Rebel- Held Idlib

President Donald Trump is demanding Syria, Russia and Iran stop "bombing the hell out of Idlib province in Syria." Trump said in a late Sunday...

Russia: Reports of Putin Fathering Twins Test Free Speech

Normally the delivery of twins is a cause for celebration — and when the head of government is one of the parents and the...

Russia to Host 2023 World Ice Hockey Championships

The city of St. Petersburg has been chosen to host the 2023 world ice hockey championships, bringing the tournament back to Russia for the...

Russia Launches Nuclear-Powered Icebreaker Amid Warmer Climate Cycles

Russia launched a nuclear-powered icebreaker on Saturday, part of an ambitious program to renew and expand its fleet of the vessels in order to...

Clash at UN with Russia, Syria over Syria Hospital Attacks

The United Nations said on Friday at least 18 health centers have been attacked in the past three weeks in northwestern Syria, prompting a...

Russia Tries to Rein in Chemical Weapons Watchdog

Russia on Thursday presented a draft resolution to the Security Council accusing the UN's chemical weapons watchdog, the OPCW, of politicization just before a...

Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula To Delete Tatar Collaboration From Crimean History Textbook

The Russian authorities who control Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula have promised to remove a section of a high-school history textbook that claims many Crimean Tatars...

Russian President Vladimir Putin Signs Russian Internet Bill into Law

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday signed into law a bill on providing stable operation of a Russian national internet system in case of...

Venezuela Unrest Creates A Battleground For U.S. And Russia

The unrest in Venezuela is turning into a battleground of rhetoric between the United States and Russia. After a telephone conversation between Secretary of State...

Russia’s Floating Nuclear Power Plant Ready for Operations

Russia's Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation (Rosatom) on Monday said its floating nuclear power unit is ready for commercial operations. In a statement, Rosatom said the two reactors...

Plan To Ease The Citizenship Grant For All Ukrainians, Claims Russian President Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin says his administration is considering a plan to ease the process of granting Russian citizenship to all Ukrainians, not only...

Mueller Report Confirms Intelligence Findings About Russia’s Interference in 2016 U.S. Presidential Elections

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference is providing current and former U.S. intelligence officials with a sense of vindication, affirming many of the conclusions...

The Key Elements To Look For in Mueller’s Report

On March 22, Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded his 22-month-long investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election by submitting a nearly 400-page confidential...

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