Russian journalists who returned from Syria say militants attacked them deliberately
Fitch upgrades Ukraine’s oil and gas company to "CCC" from "CC"
Russia PM orders defense, diplomatic, economic measures in response to Turkey's aggression
Turkey makes big mistake by downing Russian jet — Iranian parliament speaker
Crimea freezes about 30 Turkish investment projects for $500 mln — Deputy Prime Minister
Russia PM orders defense, diplomatic, economic measures in response to Turkey's aggressionRussian Politics & Diplomacy November 26, 14:50
Ten people confirmed killed in Mi-8 helicopter crash in Eastern SiberiaSociety & Culture November 26, 14:45
Fitch upgrades Ukraine’s oil and gas company to "CCC" from "CC"Business & Economy November 26, 14:32
Third day of protest outside Turkish embassy in Moscow over downed Russian jetSociety & Culture November 26, 14:19
Putin says Turkey’s "treacherous stab in the back" unexplainableRussian Politics & Diplomacy November 26, 14:05
Russian-Turkish summit in St. Petersburg not officially canceled — KremlinRussian Politics & Diplomacy November 26, 13:59
Embargo against goods from Turkey will not be introduced — KremlinBusiness & Economy November 26, 13:57
Ukrainian army continues moving military hardware to Donbas contact line — militiaWorld November 26, 13:55
Putin-Erdogan meeting in Paris on Nov 30 not planned — KremlinRussian Politics & Diplomacy November 26, 13:53
Russian figure-skater Yulia Lipnitskaya won ladies’ teams short programme at Sochi 2014. Experts say this prodigy is to become the future of Russia's figure skating. Julia was born Jun. 5, 1998 in Yekaterinburg. She started her career in figure skating at the age of four. In 2014 Lipnitskaya won the European Figure Skating Championship in Budapest.