A new report from the World Health Organisation has found a correlation between decreasing alcohol consumption in Russia and lengthier life expectancies.
The Global Energy Prize honoured outstanding achievements in energy research and technology from around the world, which are helping address the energy challenges we are facing.
Thousands took to the streets on Sunday to raise awareness of the plight of the Amur tiger. Tiger Day has been held annually for 20 years, with children leading the march.
Thousands of Russians marched down the central streets of the Far Eastern city of Vladivostok on Sunday (September 29) to mark Tiger Day.
Elon Musk has demonstrated his language skills, responding to an elaborately sung invitation to visit business leaders in the Russian city of Krasnodar.
The authorities evacuated the harbour in case the ship exploded.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has opened compliance proceedings against the Russian Anti-Doping Agency.
Spoiler alert: It's not to kill aliens.
As many as 50 officers swooped in on Aleksandr Gabyshev and his followers.
An explosion started a subsequent fire at the Vector lab in Russia, which is known for being one of two places in the world to house the smallpox virus.
The US Department of Justice said Snowden's new book violates non-disclosure agreements.
Russia has asked the United States via Interpol to confirm the whereabouts of a former Kremlin official who Russian media have said may have been a U.S. spy extracted by the CIA. A Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Moscow learned via the media that Smolenkov and his family were in the U.S.
Days after Russia's ruling party lost a third of its seats in Moscow's city legislature, raids were carried out about opposition activist Alexey Navalny's supporters, he said.
Priests took to the sky to bless a Russian city with holy water, protecting it from alcohol consumption and lust. The priests have made the annual flight since 2006, using around 70 litres of holy water each trip.
Kirill Serebrennikov has been under house arrest since 2017 following accusations of embezzlement which supporters say are politically motivated
Russia's leadership is increasingly worried that a faltering economy will lead more people to demand change.
Russia's ruling party has seen its majority decrease dramatically in Moscow’s city legislature after a summer of protests
Moscow residents raised their heads and held their breaths as a team of adventurous enthusiasts walked on a tight rope between two of the city's tallest skyscrapers
In Moscow, all ruling party candidates are running as independents as its popularity wanes.
Despite rumours that there is radiation in the area, the inhabitants of the small Russian village of Uyma, near Severodvinsk, have continued to pick mushrooms and berries as they do at the start of every autumn.
Yevgeny Kovalenko is one of several protesters to be jailed after being arrested at demonstrations in Moscow calling for free elections.
Lack of strong winds grounded the mega kites at a festival in Russia.
But that didn't stop the participants having fun while showing off their kite flying skills.
More than 330 people — of whom 186 were children — died after Chechen separatists stormed a school during a back-to-school event in Beslan in September 2004.
Weeks of demonstrations over elections for the city legislature have turned into the biggest sustained protest movement in Russia since 2011-2013, when protesters took to the streets against perceived electoral fraud.
As Kazan hosts the WorldSkills competition, Euronews takes a closer look at this eclectic city and visits Innopolis, a satellite development outside Kazan known as the Silicon Valley of Tatarstan.
A game thought to date back to the 12th century featured at a showcase in Russia.