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
The Netherlands "deeply regrets" that Volodymyr Tsemakh, a suspect in the 2014 downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, was released as part of a prisoner exchange between Russia and Ukraine, the Dutch government said on Saturday.
In Moscow, all ruling party candidates are running as independents as its popularity wanes.
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.
Erdogan's one-day visit comes to Russia comes less than two weeks after a Turkish convoy was targeted in Syria's Idlib province by the Syrian army.
French President Emmanuel Macron told Russian President Vladimir Putin that he must respect democratic principles as they held a joint press conference in France.
A wave of populist electoral triumphs has been presented by those who have surfed it into power as reflecting a turn in history’s tide. They should know their history better, argues Robin Wilson.
Emmanuel Macron will host Vladimir Putin before the G7 with Paris hoping to get Russia to help end the conflict in east Ukraine.
An explosion at a Russian military base killed five nuclear scientists
Russia honours 'national heroes' killed in mysterious rocket blast
As massive anti-government protests took place in Moscow, Vladimir Putin rode a motorcycle with the Night Wolves bikers in annexed Crimea.
Friday marks Vladimir Putin's 20-year anniversary as Kremlin chief.
Protesters are on the streets in Moscow because they want to oust Russia's president Vladimir Putin, it's been claimed.
Euronews' Galina Polonskaya reports from Moscow on the detentions that took place Saturday night during an unauthorised opposition protest.
Russian President Vladimir Putin dived to the bottom of the Gulf of Finland aboard a submersible to explore a Soviet submarine which was sunk during World War Two.
Russian police detained more than 1,000 people in central Moscow on Saturday during a protest over opposition candidates allegedly being prevented from taking part in city council elections.
Four opposition figures had their homes raided by police on Wednesday night, according to human rights activists. But on Thursday, they said they would press ahead with Saturday's rally in Moscow for fair elections.
Russia independent opposition candidates for local council elections have pledged to protest everyday outside the office for the Moscow mayor following a huge rally calling for free elections over the weekend.
The Russian president said patching up strained relations was more important than reacting to provocations by "scumbags".
The Kremlin has said it won't release much information as it was on a secret mission, however it has confirmed that the submarine was nuclear powered and that its reactor was not damaged.
President Vladimir Putin of Russia has met Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and Pope Francis on a one-day visit to Rome. The Russian leader asked for the softening of the sanctions imposed on his country by the EU and the US since the war in Ukraine broke out.
Serious flooding in the Irkutsk region has affected more than 9,000 people. A state of emergency has been declared in the area.
From climate change to trade wars, here are the things you need to know as the annual two-day G20 summit wraps up on Saturday in Osaka, Japan.
Russia must end its"irresponsible and destabilising activity" if relations between the two countries were to improve, May told Putin during a tense meeting at the G20 summit in Japan.