Crime in Russia
"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.
The Siberian man, labeled the "Novosibirsk Maniac" is on the verge of being convicted after a marathon investigation, and it all began with a stolen phone.
"If there is a threat to the life and wellbeing of our employees...liquidate the bandits," the president said.
The attack was the second attempt this year from Russia’s mostly Muslim Chechnya region to slay the man that Russia has accused of plotting to kill President Vladimir Putin.
A gruesome story of two suspected cannibals who may have eaten dozens is unfolding in Russia. It all began with a lost phone.
Sharing the digitally altered image of Putin could earn web users a fine and detention.
The rich, state officials and MPs are perceived as most likely to avoid legal punishment.
Authorities suspect the centers of illegal business activity.
At least three people have been arrested as part of a larger investigation.
Vira Savchenko is currently stuck in Ukraine's consulate in Russia.
Alexander Bastrykin said the status referendum requires more legal defenses.
Moscow’s canine unit is testing the breed’s suitability to police work.
A police station in Stavropol region was attacked on Monday morning.
The masked Putin was detained for the sixth time and hopes for jail time.
The president of Ingushetia has labeled the incident "provocation".
Gulchehra Bobokulova has confessed to the killing and said she acted in protest over the bombing of Syria.