The law allows prison guards a wide range of measures to subdue inmates for disobeying rules.
American officials told The Wall Street Journal that Putin's primary military goal was supporting the Assad regime.
The bikers are riding to Berlin to celebrate the Red Army's victory over the city in WWII.
The $1.23 billion in aid will include communication systems, small arms, ammunition for aircraft and more.
A series of ISIS guides have been published on a popular Russian social network site.
His description of the shooter does not match the investigation's main suspect.
Opposition figures have branded them "cowardly scum" and will press charges.
According to defence minister Raimonds Vējonis plans for voluntary training are underway.
The interception by NATO's Baltic Forces is the biggest one by the unit in 2015.
The human rights councillor said there were "reasonable ground" to suspect the men had been mistreated.
Russian media outlets have been providing increasingly odd scenarios behind the death of the opposition leader.
Facing an uncertain future, Russia's opposition leaders mourn the 'irreplaceable guy with brass balls'.
The 27th February will now officially be known as 'Special Forces Day'.
The FSB chief has agreed to collaborate with Western services to crack down on jihadis.
Local reports say two Russian 'Bear' planes flew over three Dorset towns yesterday night.
It has emerged that a woman who blew herself up at a police station was a pregnant Russian national.
An operation has been launched after a periscope was spotted off near Britain's Faslane nuclear base
Experts estimate that pro-Russian parties make up as much as 20% of the European Parliament
The new AK-12 lost EU and US markets due to sanctions but its billionaire owner remains bullish
The streams were obtained by hacking personal webcams, CCTV and even baby monitors
The Australian defence ministry confirmed that a small fleet of Russian ships was heading for eastern Australia, ahead of the G20 conference in Brisbane
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Mikhail Porechenkov later claimed he had fired dummy bullets whilst visiting rebel-held Donetsk airport, in one of several celebrity visits