A police van rammed protesters, injuring several people, during a demonstration outside the US embassy in the Philippines on Wednesday.
The United States and Britain have called on the Syrian government and Russia to show mercy amid the on-going bombardment of Aleppo.
CSKA Moscow opened up the defense of their EuroLeague title in dominant fashion, thrashing the Turks of Galatasaray in their season opener.
A group of men invaded the Sakharov Centre in the Russian capital and disrupted the exhibition of work which features photographs from Ukraine's embattled east.
An exhibition by a US photographer has been shut down in Moscow amid claims it was showing child pornography.
An exhibition in Moscow by a well-known US photographer, Jock Sturges, has closed following a protest over alleged depictions of naked children.
Eight firefighters have been killed in a major fire in Moscow, according to Russia’s Emergencies Ministry.
Serguei Doubine interviews Denis Volkov from the Levada-Center, a Russian independent, non-governmental polling and sociological research organisation, about the upcoming election.
The main body representing Syrian opposition groups has set out its plan to end the war under which President al-Assad would step down after six months of talks.
The International Military Music Festival “Spasskaya Tower”, one of the world’s three largest military tattoos, lowered its curtain on Saturday night in Moscow.
At least 17 migrant workers died after a fire broke out at a Moscow warehouse on Saturday morning, Russian authorities said.
It’s 1991 and President Mikhail Gorbachev has brought in Perestroika, a set of reforms to the Soviet system but he’s still trying to keep Communism alive.
Russian wakeboard riders seized an opportunity to show off their skills in Moscow after water flooded the city streets following torrential rain on Monday.
It comes two days after President Vladimir Putin promised counter-measures after what he said were clashes between Russian forces and Ukrainian saboteurs in northern Crimea.
Russian forces in Syria have declared a three-hour daily halt to air strikes on Aleppo in order to let vital humanitarian aid to get in.
More than 150 civilians – mostly women and children – have been leaving besieged eastern parts of the Aleppo, according to Syrian TV reports.
Two Moscow airport workers plead guilty to causing the jet crash that killed Total's CEO Christophe de Margerie in 2014.
Radical political performance artist Pyotr Pavlensky has been set free by a Moscow court after spending seven months in jail.
A council in Italy’s northeastern Veneto region, is urging its national government to abandon EU international policy and recognise Crimea as being part of…
Police in Moscow have freed six hostages taken in an attempted bank robbe ry by a lone gunman.
CSKA Moscow produced a stunning performance to edge out Fenebahce 101-96 and claim their seventh Euroleague title in Berlin on Sunday. The Russian
A large black car lay upturned in the street. The windows of others parked nearby had all been smashed. A body covered by a black plastic sheet lay
London’s National Portrait Gallery and the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow are both marking their 160th anniversary this year. They have decided to
The authorities in Moscow have defended their right to demolish small businesses they say are illegal and unsafe. Last week they sent bulldozers to
Syrian government forces are tightening the noose on the city of Aleppo, which since almost the very start of the Syrian civil war has mostly been in
Moscow authorities have been criticised for the late-night destruction of a number of small businesses around the city. The mayor’s office gave
Moscow has begun the large-scale demolition of kiosks and small shopping centres. Sergei Shogurov, head of the capital’s real estate inspectorate