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RD-93 engines made in Russia will power the Chinese J-31 fifth generation fighters, Sergei Kornev said; he has also mentioned that there is a solution to the problem of China making copycat copies of Russian weapons.
Russia plans to expand trade in rubles and the Chinese yuan for exporting energy resources, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday.
Russian investigators will not open a criminal case into the death of a man found in the undercarriage bay of a plane at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport in June, an Investigative Committee spokesman said Friday.
The Russian woman whose alleged murder of a Libyan Air Force officer prompted an armed mob to attack the Russian embassy in Libya this week was a former professional powerlifter who studied in the Siberian city of Novosibirsk, regional officials said.
Russia could agree on a deal to start assembling Sukhoi Superjet 100 and Irkut MS-21 passenger jets in India, an official at the Russian Economic Development Ministry said Friday.
A brief look at what is in the Russian papers today
Investigators in Russia said Wednesday that an elderly music teacher whose students included celebrated pianist and conductor Mikhail Pletnev has been found murdered in the basement of her country home outside Moscow.
The Russian Defense Ministry is planning to use the country’s Glonass global positioning and navigation satellite network to operate other satellites in orbit, a military space official said Wednesday.
A Russian court sentenced a former airline pilot to 4 ½ years in prison Wednesday over the crash of a regional airliner that killed 12 people in 2010.
A court in Moscow extended the house arrest Wednesday for a leftist opposition leader accused of plotting violent unrest across Russia.
Russian investigators started charging a group of environmental activists Wednesday who were detained aboard a Greenpeace icebreaker during a protest at an offshore oil rig in the Arctic last month, with at least two of them accused of piracy, Greenpeace said.
Law enforcement officers have killed an unknown assailant in the Russian North Caucasus republic of Kabardino-Balkaria, the Interior Ministry's regional department reported Wednesday.
A young man who recently apparently rode his motorcycle inside the Moscow subway has been detained, the Russian Interior Ministry’s Moscow department said.
Supporters of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, ousted by the army in July after mass protests against his rule and arrested afterwards, have rallied on Cairo’s Tahrir Square, media reported.
Another senior Russian official in the management of the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadaster and Cartography (Rosreestr) has been fired, the Economic Development Ministry has reported.
Greenpeace has collected more than 700,000 signatures on a petition to release its activists who are currently behind bars in Russia after protesting at an Arctic oil rig, the environmental organization said on Twitter on Tuesday.