A group of Russian parents have filed an official complaint with prosecutors claiming that a regional education department is imposing religious propaganda on their children through a textbook that describes angels, holy water, and miracles. Read Full Article at RT.com
Author describes the cover-up as an "institutional conspiracy"
Russia’s Investigative Committee is continuing to probe alleged bribery committed by former Economy Minister Andrey Ulyukayev and numerous other former senior officials, the agency’s spokesperson has said. Read Full Article at RT.co...
The head of Russia’s Central Elections Commission has told reporters that rumors of an early presidential vote are completely unfounded and at the present time such a scenario is impossible for technical reasons. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russian lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow inmates with small children to go home during school vacations, among other measures softening their punishment. Read Full Article at RT.com
Constitutional Court Chairman Valery Zorkin has proposed a law that would suspend the execution of any rulings by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) before cases in question pass all court instances in Russia. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Russian government has drafted a bill introducing prison sentences as punishment for those who create software used in targeting critical national infrastructure, even if they have no part in actual attacks. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russia citizens’ opinion of the political situation in their country has slightly improved, on average, since September’s parliamentary elections, but their view the economic situation is still negative, claims state-run VTsIOM research center. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Russian Investigative Committee has charged two Ukrainian military commanders, whose units shelled Russian territory in 2014, with attempted murder of military servicemen and law enforcement officers. Read Full Article at RT.com
The resolution sought to allow for the removal of the sick and wounded and to provide aid workers time to get food and medicine into Aleppo
The Russian Justice Ministry and lower house MPs have prepared separate bills that, if passed, would significantly ease the rules on exiting the country for people with outstanding debts. Read Full Article at RT.com
Over half of Russians have told researchers they would prefer Ukraine as an independent nation maintaining good neighborly relations with the Russian Federation. An almost equal share of respondents say they expect no change to the current situation. Read Full Article at RT.com
"Ukraine seriously complicated the work of Trump’s election campaign headquarters"
The Council for Human Rights and the Russian president have asked prosecutors to run an additional check on the penal colony where an inmate accused administration of torture and threats, but noted that their own probe found no basis to his allegations. Read Full Article at RT.com
The ship stopped transmitting data 383 seconds after launch
The moves comes more than eight years after a symbolic reset
The Russian president has praised the decisive victory of centrist conservatives United Russia in this year’s parliamentary elections, but emphasized that the nationwide consent had nothing to in common with artificially-imposed ideology of the past. Read Full Article at RT.com
If the US grants Russia’s request to handover of Konstantin Yaroshenko, the former pilot will face trial and a possible prison sentence in accordance with Russian laws, the Foreign Ministry’s Plenipotentiary for Human Rights has told reporters. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russian President Vladimir Putin has appointed 34-year-old economist and former Deputy Finance Minister Maksim Oreshkin as the new head of the Ministry for Economic Development. Read Full Article at RT.com
The EU’s ban on issuing visas to Russian citizens living in Crimea is a blatant violation of human rights, Russia’s deputy foreign minister has said, adding that the policy is an attempt to make ordinary people the hostages of a political agenda. Read Full Article at RT.com