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An explosion rocked an ammunition plant for the second time this week, injuring at least nine, according to national media reports.
European agency Copernicus Emergency Management System has provided Euronews with an animation of the ongoing wildfires in Russia's Sakha Republic.
Siberia's wildfires are only getting bigger despite Russian airforce intervention, Greenpeace Russia warned this week.
Russia said a fire triggered the explosions at a storage facility for gunpowder charges near the city of Achinsk in Siberia's Krasnoyarsk region.
While most of Europe is focussing on this week's record-breaking heatwave, maybe we should have a closer look at what is happening in the Arctic Circle.
An unprecedented number wildfires in Siberia and Alaska in recent weeks have been pouring carbon dioxide into the sky. It means the blazes have not only been partly caused by global warming but are also likely a contributing factor to it.
Climate change has been damaging polar bears' sea-ice habitats and forced them to scavenge more for food on land, bringing them into contact with people and inhabited areas.
More than 1,500 Russian skiers and snowboarders have marked the end of winter season by riding the slopes in their swim wear.
Russian security forces storm suspected IS terror cell in Siberia
Swimsuit wearing ice-skaters braved the Siberian cold to take part in a race on Lake Baikal on Saturday.
Coal dust is being blamed for turning snow black in Russia's largest mining region in Siberia
Severe frosts gripped Siberian city of Irkutsk on Wednesday (December 26) with temperatures dropping well below minus 30 degrees Celsius.
Our latest episode of "FollowUp Siberia" looks at a land of mighty rivers where modernism is meeting the challenge of taking tradition into the 21st century.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday (September 13) arrived at Tsugol firing range in the country's Siberia Zabaikalsky region to observe large military drills.
Russian President Vladimir Putin gets back to nature in the Siberian hills on his summer holiday
Eighteen people were killed in a helicopter crash in Siberia as they were heading to work at an oil field.
Locals decided to shed light on their town's problem in a humorous way.
The incident has roused public anger over official corruption
Up to 37 people have been killed and dozens remained unaccounted for after a fire broke out at a shopping mall in Siberia on Sunday (March 25), reports say.