In a long interview with state media, Lavrov seemed to reiterate comments made by Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov, who said Trump invited Putin to Washington.
The U.S. post office worker allegedly said he held onto some items for years, but focused on important deliveries.
The Italian system does not offer artificial insemination to lesbian parents and registering a child may require the mother to lie that she had sex with a man.
The app must share encryption keys to read users’ messages or face a nationwide ban, Russian authorities said.
Speaking at a military showcase, President Rouhani blamed "invading powers" for shoring up presence around Iran.
Moscow's top diplomat accused the West of targeting the Russian public, not elites, with sanctions.
The mayor of a Parisian suburb has been arrested for trying to chase off travelers while drunk and armed with and Japanese katana and a handgun.
Unexploded bombs from World War II are a persistent hazard in Germany, even more than 70 years since the end of the war.
The man who may have invented the poison that took down Sergey Skripal has said he supports the British government's stance on Russia.
Sam Rahim insists he is not qualified to cut women's or girls' hair.
A Manhattan judge ruled that two works by Vienna's Egon Schiele belong to three heirs of the Holocaust victim robbed by the Nazis 80 years ago.
Sergei Skripal is “improving rapidly,” while his daughter can now look forward to leaving hospital.
"What is a woman who sleeps with a man for 10 million dollars called? This might sound crude, but she is called a prostitute,” Dmitry Peskov told Moscow students.
Russia's defense minister gave a detailed review of his country's military upgrade in the Arctic.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Russia was like a beast with "long arms" and "lots of tentacles."
Both Russia and Japan claim the so-called Kuril Islands, in a dispute stretching back to World War Two.
Locals raged at officials, asking how children ended up trapped to burn or suffocate inside the flaming shopping center.
At least 20 countries expelled 139 suspected Russian spies in solidarity with the United Kingdom.
At least 20 countries have kicked out more than 130 Russian diplomats, believed to be covert intelligence officers.
The U.S., Germany, France, other EU countries and Ukraine have all announced they are expelling Russian diplomats.
Four countries bordering Russia reportedly called in Moscow's top diplomats on their territory as the EU decided its response to spy poisoning scandal.