Russia "must not allow" the North Korean crisis to come to blows, but if war breaks out, "this will not be something unanticipated by us," the head of Russia's Security Council said.
Two ships in Russia’s Pacific Fleet practiced amphibious landing in Primorye, Russia, and more drills in the country’s east will follow.
Investigators are examining whether he used position to aid nuclear power plant projects in Middle East.
Sexual assaults are common on all sides of the war, and few perpetrators are being punished.
One thrill seeker just could not resist having some fun with the snow.
Pyongyang can't have all of the U.S. within range, the deputy head of the Russian Senate’s Defense and Security Committee said.
"NATO needs to take note of the enormity of China’s influence," a former NATO and U.S. military leader said.
Expensive upgrades to local rail may be required so trains can go across the bridge once it's completed, local officials reportedly said.
Neither of Putin's two daughters have appeared with him since they were children, stirring ongoing mystery around what they look like and what they do now.
The satellite’s rocket may have faltered, sources speculated.
The Pentagon says Russia caused violent turbulence, but Moscow's former air force deputy commander says the U.S. should not have been in the Black Sea.
As Syrian Kurds build ties with the government to cement their stake, Turkey’s role could threaten their leverage.
Manafort’s ties with Russia are deeper than previously reported.
The Russian leader simply walked away, but social media users cast doubt on whether he was the one to blame for the incident.
The Russian leader said military production and services must be able to spike on snap orders.
In May 10 meeting, the president leaked content of a classified operation, according to new report.
The flyover is one of several recent drills by Russia in the Asia Pacific, carried out from its North Korea-bordering Primorye region.
Iran is looking to project its military power and establish ties abroad at a time when the U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia have tried to isolate it.
The incident caused a power outage in Russia’s chilly eastern region of Yakutia that affected 69,000 people.