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“Old people have to stay between four walls most of the time anyway, so not letting us go out at all is torture,” said pensioner Nina.
The global movement is held annually to encourage people to turn off their lights for 60 minutes as a symbol of their commitment to the planet.
The constitutional reform could keep the Russian president in power until 2036.
Two of Syrian warplanes were shot down by Turkish forces inside northwest Syria, the country's official news agency SANA reported on Sunday. Earlier that day, pro-government Syrian forces downed a Turkish drone.
It comes after Russia temporarily banned Chinese people from entering its territory earlier this week.
Two people were injured in a knife attack in a Moscow church on Sunday.
Lieutenant Denis Kazantsev led his long-term partner Alexandra Kopytova into the centre as she held her hands over her eyes
Former Russian prison service official Viktor Sviridov shot himself dead in a courtroom after being given a three-year jail sentence for corruption.
Moscow sends 88% of its rubbish to landfill. Now the city is trying to do something about it.
Yevgeny Manyurov killed two FSB officers and wounded five civillians when he opened fire outside the FSB building in Moscow on Thursday
Putin said Russia’s Olympic doping ban was unjustified and warned that global warming could be “a disaster” for northern territories.
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.
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?
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.
Meet the activists fighting Russia's home-made alcohol epidemic
Kirill Serebrennikov has been under house arrest since 2017 following accusations of embezzlement which supporters say are politically motivated
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
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.
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.
Opposition figures have sharply criticised the newly-created parliamentary commission as just another tool for the authorities to undermine the protests in Moscow.
The winning 10-minute performance was inspired by theatre, with elements of ballet and opera. With eight countries competing, Portugal and Italy came second and third.
Vladimir Putin's schedule was not interrupted by the removal of the bomb.
Russia tells Google to stop promoting Moscow protests on YouTube
Russians vowed to protest in favour of candidates being allowed to run in elections.