Visitors of Moscow's Art Residence got the opportunity literally to sit on wads of cash during the presentation of the "X10 Money Throne" artwork.
As skating backdrops go, this is likely one of the better ones.
A wolf or dog puppy has been found almost perfectly preserved - despite being around 18,000 years old.
The virtual reality headsets simulate a "unique summer field" environment for the cows in a bid to reduce their anxiety and improve their mood. Do you think it will improve the taste of their milk?
A key anti-doping committee recommended that Russia face a ban from global sports including the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games and World Championships.
"Russia is one of the only major countries that does not have dedicated laws for domestic violence, despite official findings that at least one in five women has experienced physical violence perpetrated by a husband or partner," Alexandra Patsalides, a lawyer with Equality Now told Euronews.
Russian winter swimmers, also known as 'walruses' in the country, took to the freezing waters of Lake Baikal to mark national Walrus Day.
Russia's lower house of parliament approved legislation that critics say will allow the Kremlin more power over information access in Russia.
Red Bull carried out a pit stop in the weightless conditions of Zero-G.
Russia seized the ships off the coast of Crimea in November last year after opening fire on them and wounding several sailors.
Vlasov was awarded €21,000 and said he will use it to produce his next film.
The Adidas-made kit for Russia's national football team has drawn criticism because of an apparently oversight on the design.
A renowned Russian historian has admitted to killing a former student, after he was pulled from a river by police and found with a backpack containing two arms.
"It's better to replace it with a Big Russian new encyclopedia in electronic form," Russian President Vladimir Putin said of Wikipedia on Tuesday.
More than 4,000 soldiers marched in Red Square to mark the 78th anniversary of the parade that sent Soviet fights to the front lines of World War Two.
A new Russian internet law came into effect on November 1 that hands Moscow the power to disconnect the country's internet to protect it from a cyber-attack or other incident.
Its 30,000 artefacts from around the world reflect death and mourning across human cultures.
Designer Soji Solarin on why he unveiled a racially provocative collection during Moscow's Fashion Week.
The first edition of the Russia-Africa Summit was co-chaired by President Vladimir Putin and his Egyptian counterpart President Abdel Fattah Al-sissi to re-define and intensify strategic trade relations between the two continents.
Russian bird researchers took to crowdfunding after a GPS-tracked eagle sent costly text messages from Iran
Russian soldier kills eight others at Siberia military base — reports
At least 15 gold miners were killed when a dam collapsed, flooding an artisanal mining encampment in a remote part of Siberia.
Many of the greatest challenges facing the world today revolve around sustainable energy: how to create it, how to store it, and how to use it most efficiently.
The Russian cosmonaut flew in space twice as part of two historic missions.
Meet the activists fighting Russia's home-made alcohol epidemic
Russian President went for a walk in the Siberian taiga and climbed a mountain ahead of his birthday on Monday