The Russian Defense Ministry claimed the TU-95 bombers took part in "scheduled flights over neutral waters."
Moscow claims that any Russian military hardware was looted by rebels from Ukrainian government depots.
Within less than a month since the order by the self-confessed "foot soldier of Putin," almost 1,000 divorced Chechen couples have reunited, state TV reported.
Russia does not claim to have ground forces in combat in Syria, though the Ratnik kit is the latest Russian infantry armor and equipment set.
Russia has a giant drill planned—and Poland fears the troops involved won't leave.
Russia's military flights over the Baltic have forced NATO to regularly scramble planes.
Kronstadt Group estimates it will take five years to produce the heavy aircraft to be used for civilian, as well as military, purposes.
The Russian Il-20 aircraft flew to and from Kaliningrad—a course Russia has defended as a "necessity."
Putin welcomed the audience to the 15th annual jazz festival in Crimea—an event that his annexation drove out of the region.
A former president, Moscow's mayor and Putin's onetime bodyguard top the list to succeed the current leader.
One of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's closest advisers said many challenges still lie ahead, including reconstruction and the presence of foreign powers.
Despite repeatedly assuring his rivals that Russia's upcoming military exercises were just that, President Vladimir Putin faces regional doubts.
The 59th Damascus International Fair opens despite ongoing violence in the outskirts of the Syrian capital. It’s the first such event in five years.
"Profexer" claims he didn't intend for his work to be used by hackers who supplied WikiLeaks with information.
Most countries are more confident in Russian President Vladimir Putin's leadership than President Donald Trump's, including key U.S. allies.
Russia and the Taliban Islamist militant group are both separately demanding that the U.S. leave Afghanistan after nearly 16 years of war.
George Papadopoulos, a young foreign policy adviser to Trump's campaign, suggested the candidate meet with Russian leaders, The Washington Post reported on Monday evening.
Russian disinformation is becoming a serious problem and The U.S. is showing a complete lack of leadership on fighting it.
Russia's foreign minister condemned North Korea's nuclear ambitions but told Washington and Pyongyang what he thought the strongest side should do.
The odds of a flawed launch are “high enough” to be on high readiness, Russia’s ex-Senate Defense Committee chief said.
The 1974 book tells the story of the Watergate scandal, and some readers are finding it newly relevant.