The U.S. agency angered Russian embassy officials after saying April 12 marked "technological advances space exploration brings" without mentioning a historic Soviet-era flight.
The cosmonaut rose to fame after becoming the first man to travel to space. As the U.S. hurried to catch up, the space race was on.
"The device is really a piece of art," University at Albany researcher Kevin Knuth told Newsweek of the instrument that guided the Vostok 1 spacecraft around the Earth sixty years ago today.
Russia's ministry of defense has released the documents which describe a prisoner of war camp where up to 1,500 Soviet soldiers were tortured.
Dmitry Kozak, who serves as Russian President Vladimir Putin's deputy chief of staff, said an escalation on the part of Ukraine would be "a self-inflicted wound, a shot not in the leg but in the face."
Russia asked Slovakia on Thursday to return its Sputnik V vaccine supply "due to multiple contract violations."
Amid concerns over his health in prison, the opposition leader posted on Instagram obstacles to his hunger strike.
Nikolai Patrushev told Kommersant that the U.S. has labs by Russian and Chinese borders "reminiscent of Fort Detrick in Maryland."
A news website in Vladimir reported that the Kremlin critic has been taken to an undisclosed location.
The jailed Russian opposition leader has been experiencing several health issues since he was imprisoned in February, and has since gone on a hunger strike to boycott inadequate treatment.
The troop build-up on the Ukrainian border is reportedly Moscow's biggest since the conflict erupted in 2014.
A viral photo on social media labeled "Putin's House" led many to falsely believe it was the Russian leader's home. In reality, the home is a design concept of what Vladimir Putin's home might look like through the eyes of Russian architect Roman Vlasov.
Anastasia Vasilyeva was among those arrested by police outside of the jail in the town of Pokrov, east of Moscow, on Tuesday.
The law was approved by the Kremlin-controlled legislature and signed into law by Putin.
Russia's Channel 5 put up the production which was shown only once on TV for fans to enjoy on YouTube.
Russia's agriculture safety watchdog has registered Carnivak-Cov, the world's first COVID animal vaccine.
Both the United States and Russia are active in Syria's decade-long war, and they see each other as a primary obstacle for peace as the country's crisis deepens even further for everyday citizens.
Washington can be a very self-centered town.
The Northern Fleet said it would conduct a new test with the Tsirkon anti-ship hypersonic cruise missile in the Barents Sea.
"Russia will continue to firmly advocate strict respect for universal international legal norms, such as the principle of not interfering with the internal affairs of sovereign states," Moscow's embassy in Serbia said to mark 22 years ago since the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia
Navalny's aides said he has reported severe back pain and numbness in his leg. Now, they fear his health is getting worse.
There is a grave danger that Biden's weaknesses will cause America's will and confidence to deteriorate to a point from which a rebound will prove difficult.
China, Russia, Iran and North Korea—members of the 17-party Friends in Defense of the Charter of the United Nations—have built on strategic partnerships with one another in recent days, challenging what they see as an increasingly aggressive United States attempting to thwart their interests.
The Russian foreign minister wore a mask which had been given to him by pool reporters for his birthday.
Biden administration officials are fond of saying America is "back." This is true insofar as it means reverting to Obama-era policies.