US and Russian technical teams have commenced talks in Geneva on developing a sustainable ceasefire in Syria that will not be hindered by recent dispute over who killed a Daesh spokesman, US Secretary of State spokesperson John Kirby said in a briefing on Wednesday.
Abu Mohammed al-Adnani was killed while surveying operations near Aleppo, Syria.
Speaking before a group of veterans on Wednesday, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton gave perhaps her most hawkish speech to date, with sharp words villainizing Russia and promises to respond to cyberattacks with military force.
Moscow has been quietly laying the groundwork to keep its neighbor destabilized for years to come.
Former Secretary of State Madeline Albright blasted Donald Trump on Wednesday over his apparent coziness with Russia. On a conference call hosted by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign, Albright depicted Trump,...Show More Summary
Russia said its jets targeted the militant a day after the U.S. said its forces hit him.
It turns out Dropbox WAS hacked in 2012, Apple faces a Touch Disease class action lawsuit, Amazon brings its Dash Buttons to Europe, Google helps you search in Android apps, and Russia reveals its Guardians. Dropbox Admits It Was Hacked In 2012 Dropbox was hacked in 2012, with the login credentials of 68 million users stolen. Show More Summary
The White House does not have evidence suggesting Russia was involved in an air strike that killed Islamic State leader Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, a spokesman said on Wednesday. The United States and its coalition partners carried out a...Show More Summary
A decade of economic growth has not led to a renaissance of Russian research.
ARKHANGELSK, Russia (Reuters) - British and Russian veterans of World War Two gathered on Wednesday in Arkhangelsk, 75 years to the day since Britain's first Arctic convoy of military supplies steamed into the northern port.
Russia has made yet another technological breakthrough thanks to the Western sanctions: it has developed its own technologies for the exploration and production of hard to extract shale oil. This advance is even more significant given that the sanctions have stopped Russian oil companies from using western equipment.
Analysts speaking to Sputnik and other Russian media outlets comment on Tokyo's announcement that it would cooperate with Russia economically regardless of progress on resolving the territorial dispute over the Kuril Islands.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov expressed Moscow's concern over the actions by the Turkish army and Ankara-backed opposition units in northern Syria and their potential impact on peace efforts in the Syrian conflict, according to the statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Average export price forecast of Russia’s Gazprom company remained at $167-$171 per 1,000 cubic meters this year, according to the top manager at the firm's subsidiary Gazprom Export.
Gazprom delegation and the Turkish energy minister held talks in Istanbul on restarting the Turkish Stream gas pipeline project.
Russian Foreign Minister will raise the need for objective reporting from the OSCE SMM in eastern Ukraine.
Moscow welcomes a ceasefire agreement between the conflicting sides in eastern Ukraine.
Six atheletes from Russia, Moldavia, Armenia and Azerbaijan were sanctioned for failing anti-doping tests in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, according to the statement of the International Olympic Committee.
Robert Farley Security, Are carriers really obsolete? Define obsolete. The United States has decided to spend many billions of dollars on the CVN-78 (“Ford”) class of aircraft carriers to replace the venerable Nimitz class. The latter has served the U.S. Show More Summary
Switzerland's supreme court says it has dismissed Russia's appeal to compete at the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. … Click to Continue »