Two correspondents working for the Zvezda television channel, Maksim Gritsenko and Vyacheslav Amelyutin, have been arrested at the Tallinn Airport, the television channel said on its website on Friday
The Russian Defense Ministry cited data that showed that the Ukrainian armed forces were using phosphorus-containing ammunition during the hostilities in southeast Ukraine, Maj. Gen. Viktor Poznikhir of the Main Operative Directorate of the Russian Army General Staff said on Friday
The Russian sanitary watchdog Rospotrebnadzor has grievances about product quality and safety of the McDonald's fast-food restaurant, Rospotrebnadzor chief and Russia's chief sanitary officer Anna Popova told Interfax on Friday
The law requiring international payment systems to move processing to Russia in order to avoid paying a substantial security deposit will cost Visa $50 million in revenue, the management of the U.S. company said in a conference call on its quarterly report
Russian opposition activist Sergei Udaltsov has begun a hunger strike in protest over the Moscow City Court's July 24 decision to sentence him to four years and a half in prison for organizing mass riots in Bolotnaya Square in the center of Moscow on May 6, 2012
Shamans from around the world are convening in the Republic of Tuva, on Russia’s border with Mongolia, for a new festival celebrating various aspects of shamanic culture, including drum rites, meditation and throat singing.