The sovereignty double standard is deployed again, as Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov tells TASS that Russia has the sovereign right to deploy armaments anywhere on its territory.
Yevgeny Kosovskikh hits the streets in his mobile doctor's office every Saturday to show that homeless people in Russia are deserving of "different medicine."
Meet the 88-year-old widow who braved the freezing Russian winter to sell her self-published fairy tales on the streets. (Current Time TV)
Why have Greece and the Republic of Macedonia been locked in a name dispute for over two decades?
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been formally registered as a candidate in Russia's March 18 presidential election.
Ksenia Sobchak, the Russian TV celebrity, socialite, and daughter of President Vladimir Putin's political mentor, has brought her long-shot campaign for the presidency to Washington.
Opposition activist Aleksei Navalny has called on supporters to join a so-called anti-idiocy campaign by flooding social media with a historical photograph from 1945 that a Russian court says violates a law against public displays of Nazi symbols.
The city council of Washington, D.C. has renamed the street where Russia's embassy is located to honor the memory of slain Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.
Russia’s ambassador to North Korea told reporters that his government has begun sending North Korean labor migrants home, in accordance with a UN resolution, despite the expected economic blow to the country’s Far East region. (Current Time TV)
Authorities in Moscow have pulled out all the stops to cope with "the snowfall of the century."
The body of the Russian Air Force pilot who died last week after his plane was shot down over rebel-held territory in Syria has been returned to Russia.
Ukraine's top prosecutor has said that opposition leader Mikheil Saakashvili “...has finally begun to appear for questioning,” and that the nightly curfew to which he’s currently subject will not be renewed.
The Azerbaijani Bar Association has taken action against a prominent whistle-blowing lawyer who spoke openly about the beating of his client while in custody.
The head of Azerbaijan’s opposition National Council of Democratic Forces says the coalition will boycott an early presidential election that has been scheduled for April 11 under a decree by President Ilham Aliyev.
The six Western Balkan countries that remain outside the European Union could join the bloc "in our generation," EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said as she laid out a new strategy to integrate the region.
The lower chamber of Tajikistan's parliament has approved amendments to the laws on presidential and parliamentary elections that would lower the eligibility age from 35 to 30 for the presidency and legislative posts in the parliament’s upper chamber.
A group of self-exiled Uzbek activists has urged British sculptor Paul Day not to erect a statue in Moscow honoring Uzbekistan’s late authoritarian leader, President Islam Karimov.