The European Union added seven Russian-backed officials in Crimea to its sanctions blacklist on Tuesday for organizing local elections in the ...
Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Crimea on Monday to mark the fifth anniversary of Moscow’s annexation of the Black Sea peninsula ...
A train carrying war “trophies” captured in Syria left Moscow on Saturday on a two-month tour to parade Russia’s military gains in ...
Ten people died off Russia-annexed Crimea in the Black Sea on Monday after a fire engulfed gas tankers sailing under the flag of Tanzania, authorities ...
The long-simmering conflict between Russia and Ukraine burst into open once again when Russian coast guards fired upon and seized three Ukrainian ...
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Monday demanded Russia free Ukrainian ships and sailors held after clashes off Crimea, warning Moscow that “its ...
Russian officials said an 18-year-old student attacked his vocational school Wednesday in Crimea, going on a rampage that killed 17 students and left ...
On the 26th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence from Moscow, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis sharply criticized Russia as an international ...
Residents are gearing up to vote in their first polls to elect deputies to the national parliament of Russia
The month of August has seen a ramping up of violence and diplomatic activity over the Ukrainian conflict
For two years, Russia has been under US and EU sanctions over its annexation of Crimea and support for the separatists in eastern Ukraine
Russia accused Kiev of attempting armed incursions into the region, which Kremlin seized in 2014
Ukraine on Friday accused Russia of planning to stoke further unrest as the international community sought to ease tensions
Shoigu’s announcement was consistent with a multi-billion dollar overhaul of Russia’s military
Relations between Russia and the West reached a low after Russian forces annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in March 2014
If a bear is hit with a stick too often, one day it will lash out, no matter what the consequences
The drill will include the navy’s guided missile hovercraft Samum and several smaller ships, as well as Su-24 bombers
Protesters from the Muslim Tatar community used concrete blocks to partially seal off the three roads linking mainland Ukraine to Crimea
Ukraine is alongside the majority of the Western countries that still don’t understand what these ten French MPs have understood
G7 nations held a summit without Putin last year in protest against Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region
The statue, which depicts Putin in a toga in the style of a Roman emperor or philosopher, has already gone into production
Putin was last seen in public on March 5 when he met with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
Competitor MasterCard also said that it had to suspend operations with bank cards in Crimea due to the sanctions
Like the judo master he is, Putin used the West’s rhetoric of human rights and self-determination against it
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he would confront Putin over the 'murder' of Australian citizens onboard the downed Malaysian airliner MH17
At least 3,660 people have been killed over six months of fighting, according to U.N. estimates
Crimea's Russian majority are perceived to be strongly loyal to Moscow
The radar station in the port city of Sevastopol will become fully operational in 2016
Russia, taking the position of blind defense, makes it clear that it has no intention to yield pressure from the West
What’s the use of media speculation on whether or not it was rebels who are responsible for this awful tragedy? To speculate over Russia’s role in it?
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