By Michelle Nichols
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s deputy prime minister Vitaly Mutko said that it would be unacceptable and humiliating for Russia to take part in the Winter Olympics in South Korea without the national
MOSCOW (Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Thursday which said Russia’s armed forces numbered just over 1.9 million people, including over 1 million military servicemen.
MINSK (Reuters) – There is a substantial difference between how Germany and France envisage the possible deployment of U.N. peacekeepers in eastern Ukraine and Russia’s position, German Foreign
LONDON (Reuters) – British foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Friday it was “appalling” that Russia had blocked a U.S.
A new report says Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein has sought access to the informant on the controversial Uranium One Deal. In an official email request, Senator Feinstein asked for FBI informant William Campbell to be included in the Senate Judiciary Committee’s discussions of Uranium One.
SEOUL (Reuters) – The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Thursday that Russia remains “non-compliant” with its Code, dealing a major blow to its hopes of being cleared to compete at February’s
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Foreign Ministry reiterated on Thursday that it believes Venezuela has the ability to handle its debt issue, after the oil-rich country started making interest payments on
By Nick Mulvenney