The man suspected of killing 14 people in a bombing on the St Petersburg underground has been identified as Akbarzhon Jalilov, a Russian citizen born in the former Soviet republic of…
The explosion in St Petersburg dominates Europe’s main newspapers with several of them using words such as ‘terror’ or ‘massacre’ on the metro.
Russians may feel vulnerable to terrorism again and blame the FSB for failing to stop the St. Petersburg bomber, but one analyst says it is unlikely many will blame Vladimir Putin.
European foreign ministers meeting in Luxembourg reacted to Monday’s metro blast in St Petersburg, expressing horror over the apparent terror attack.
Amateur video purports to show the moments following an explosion which rocked Saint Petersburg’s metro network on Monday, April 3.
Around ten people have been killed and around 40 injured after an explosion tore through a train carriage in St Petersburg’s metro system, Russian authorities…
A plane arrives on the tarmac at Pulkovo Airport in St Petersburg. But this is no ordinary flight. On board are the first 144 bodies recovered from a
The first of the 224 victims from the Sinai plane crash have been flown home to St Petersburg. The remains of around 144 passengers are said to have
The smashing of a 100-year-old mythical demon sculpture on the facade of a St Petersburg building angers locals over the religiously-motivated act of 'vandalism'.
A memorial to Apple founder Steve Jobs has been dismantled in the Russian city of St Petersburg after the man who succeeded him at the helm of the