MOSCOW (Reuters) – A decision on global oil output cuts could be made in late spring or early summer once it becomes clear how sustainable the current trend in the oil market is, RIA news agency
TVER, Russia (Reuters) – Russia will raise its minimum wage from May 1 this year, President Vladimir Putin, who is running for re-election in March, said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – A man rammed an armored personnel carrier into a shop window before climbing through the rubble to steal a bottle of wine in a town in northern Russia on Wednesday morning,
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Ten people were killed after a fire tore through a shoe factory in the Siberian region of Novosibirsk in eastern Russia, a local prosecutor’s’ office said on its website on Thursday
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia could host talks between the United States and North Korea if Moscow is asked to do so, the RIA news agency cited a Russian foreign ministry official as saying on Friday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – A gunman opened fire in a pastry factory in Moscow, killing a guard early on Wednesday, officials said.
(This version of the Dec. 25 story was refiled to amend signoff with no changes to text) MOSCOW (Reuters) – The timing of the next meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Oil producers will discuss exit strategy for their deal on cutting output once the market moves closer towards being balanced, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said in
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s draft law on regulating cryptocurrencies envisages limits on investments in initial coin offerings (ICOs), RIA news agency cited the head of the Russian regional banking