Russian President Vladimir Putin denies allegations that US President-elect Donald Trump has been compromised by Russian intelligence.
The Russian foreign minister said on Tuesday that the US diplomats stationed in Russia have been engaged in espionage in the past few years.
Moscow will reportedly begin repairing a second runway at Hmeimim Air Base in Syria's Latakia.
China and Russia have worked out their own "countermeasures" against US decision to install an advanced missile system in South Korea, reports say.
Russian security forces have killed four militants and detained dozens of others in an operation in Russia’s southern region of Chechnya.
Russia’s Defense Ministry spokesman, Igor Konashenkov, says there would be more withdrawal from Syria in the near future.
Russia deploys the S-400 missile defense system on combat alert outside Moscow suburbs.
Moscow says US allegations that it has “compromising” information on President-elect Donald Trump are “utter nonsense.”
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu says Moscow has achieved its objectives in Syria regarding the anti-terror battle.
The move came after Washington expelled 35 Russian diplomats.
Russia says it is “tired" of “baseless allegations” from US officials that Moscow meddled in the US election.
The United States intelligence community is replete with “biased” elements and cannot be trusted to report on Russia’s hacking against the 2016 presidential election, an analyst says.
US President-elect Donald Trump says under his administration Russia would respect Washington “far more” than Barack Obama's time.
An anti-submarine destroyer and a sea tanker dock at Manila’s South Harbor, in what can change regional dynamics to the detriment of the United States.
The announcement came as two Russian ships - anti-submarine vessel Admiral Tributs and a sea tanker Boris Butoma - docked in Manila on a four-day goodwill visit.
Expelled Russian diplomats leave the US on board a special plane, Russia says.
Russian UN envoy Vitaly Churkin calls on his UNSC colleagues not to discredit a ceasefire proposed by Russia and Turkey.
Russia has left Aleppo residents a special modular mobile hospital and other medical equipment and medicine stockpiles.
The UN Security Council started closed consultations on the measure on Friday morning.
Moscow will plan next steps in restoring relations based on the policies pursued by Donald Trump, Putin said.
Foreign Minister Lavrov proposed the expulsion of the 35 US diplomats to President Vladimir Putin in retaliation against the United States.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov slams the new US sanctions against Russia, noting that the bans will further sour Moscow-Washington relations.
Russia’s FSB says the suspected Daesh-linked terrorists were planning terror attacks around Moscow.
Russian investigators say there was ‘no explosion’ on board the crashed military plane, but they do not rule out the possibility of ‘an act of terror.’
Russia vows retaliation if US issues further economic sanctions over alleged cyber.
Russian investigators say wing flaps failure caused the military plane to crash into the Black Sea.
US President Barack Obama’s recent signing of the annual defense policy bill is meant to cause trouble for the incoming commander-in-chief, Donald Trump, Moscow says.
Defense Minister Shoigu said he would do what is necessary to restore the Alexandrov Ensemble.
The report on Tuesday came shortly after Russian officials said they had found the first black box from the Syria-bound military plane.
The evacuations at three railway stations in the Russian capital were prompted by an anonymous bomb threat.
12 bodies have so far been found. 92 people were on board the aircraft when it plunged into the Black Sea.
The Russian Foreign Ministry responds to Ukrainian politicians “rejoicing” over the deadly crash of a military aircraft over the Black Sea.
The plane crashed in the Black Sea on Sunday. It was carrying military personnel, journalists, and musicians.
Moscow says the fresh US sanctions on Russia and Syria show Washington’s anger at its failures in Syria.
President Vladimir Putin has praised Russian nuclear missiles, saying they can penetrate any missile defense system.
The Russian president said the recent liberation of Syria’s second city was a big step toward the restoration of stability in the Arab country and the region.
Russia’s defense chief slams the UK army for using Russian insignia to designate the enemy during training, a method used by Nazi Germany during WWII.
Putin says he wants to make sure Russian missiles can penetrate any missile defense systems.
Russia says it has no illusions about a potential breakthrough in relations with the United States.
Russia says that Dutch authorities are deliberately trying to ruin ties with Moscow.
Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, says Moscow does not believe that the gunman acted on his own.
The Russian police chief said "heavy trucks" would be used to close off "major junctions" leading into areas where Christmas events are held.
The US announces sanctions against eight Russian companies and seven businessmen over alleged links to the Ukrainian conflict.
The body of Russia’s assassinated ambassador to Turkey arrives at Moscow’s Vnukovo International Airport.
"I ask the special services to take additional measures to ensure security inside Russia and outside," Putin said.
US President-elect Donald Trump has condemned the assassination of the Russian ambassador to Turkey during a visit to an art gallery in the capital Ankara.
Turkish and Russian presidents say the shooting dead of Moscow's ambassador to Ankara was meant to destabilize their ties.
The leaders of the EU member countries had already at a summit in Brussels on December 15 decided to extend the sanctions against Russia.
The Ilyushin IL-18 aircraft was carrying 39 people when it crash-landed in Sakha (Yakutia) Republic. All passengers have survived the incident.
Leader of Russia’s Chechnya region says 11 gunmen have been killed by the police in clashes.
The three ministers urged the facilitation of a political resolution to the conflict in Syria.
Putin hoped that the battle against terrorism would become more resolute.
Russia says the resumption of "inter-Syrian" talks is the most important task after the liberation of Aleppo.
Kremlin spokesman Peskov warned US officials on Friday that they should either prove claims that Russia interfered in the US presidential vote or stop making the accusations.
Envoys from NATO will hold a formal meeting with the Russian envoy to the alliance on Monday, according to NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe fail to resolve World War II-era hostilities after two days of talks.
The Russian president meets Japanese Prime Minister Abe to discuss their decades-long dispute on Kuril Islands, among other issues.
Members of a Daesh cell in Moscow are arrested before carrying attacks in the city.
Putin was “personally involved” in a covert Russian effort to intervene in the 2016 US election, a report claims.
Forbes magazine names Russian President Vladimir Putin as the world’s most powerful person.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman says the US claims that Russia hacked computer systems during the US election is the result of infighting in America.
Russia and Japan have been in talks to hammer out a deal on their decades-long dispute over Kuril Islands.
Moscow is ready to sell its most advanced anti-terrorism technologies to the rest of the world, says Russia’s Putin.
The Russian FM says Western powers are using what they call a Russian threat to destabilize Europe.
An agreement on Russia’s establishment of a permanent naval base in Syria is reportedly in the “final stages” of preparation.
The international community must keep pressure on Russia, says the NATO secretary general.
Following months of disagreement, OPEC members finally forged a deal on November 30 to slash oil production.
Russia says it blocked UNSC resolution for Aleppo truce because it would have only given militants time to regroup.
US President-elect Donald Trump is a smart man who will adjust quickly to his new role, says Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russia has sent a bomb disposal unit to Syria to clear liberated areas in Aleppo.
Russia says its financial system was targeted by a cyber attack and fake social media reports about banks going bust.
The Russian leader hopes for joint efforts with the new US adiminstration in the fight against global terrorism, which is ‘a real rather than dreamt up threat.’
“I want to offer you the position of economic development minister,” President Putin told Maxim Oreshkin.
Lavrov says FMs of Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany have failed to agree on a roadmap for implementing the Minsk peace deal in Ukraine.
Russia has protested Ukraine’s plan to conduct missile-firing exercises over the Crimean Peninsula.
Russia accuses the Western countries of supporting Syria’s opposition by all possible means while bringing false and baseless charges against Damascus.
Russia’s Putin calls for constructive dialogue with next UN chief Antonio Guterres.
Russia says it has achieved much more with its anti-terror aerial campaign in Syria than the US-led coalition purportedly fighting Daesh.
Russia detains a former naval officer in Crimea on suspicion of spying for Ukraine.
The Russian Defense Ministry says the US is endangering regional security by saturating Europe with arms and missiles.
The UN in the form of its special representative has been sabotaging the Syria resolution on peace talks, Russian foreign minister says.
Moscow says two soldiers were “illegally detained” on Sunday and whisked across the border to the territory of the Nikolayev region in Ukraine.
Russia will deploy its S-400 air missile defense system and ballistic Iskander missile in the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad.
Obama and Putin meet for the first time since Trump won the US presidency and the last time in person to talk on Syria and Ukraine.
Russia is working on state-of-the-art arms technologies, including laser, hypersonic and robotic weapons, President Putin says.
A Russian official says the administration of outgoing US President Obama is taking Moscow-Washington relations to a deadlock.
Russia starts blocking public access to social networking website LinkedIn.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry says it will pull out from the ICC following a decree by President Putin.
If found guilty, Russian Economic Development Minister Alexei Ulyukayev could be imprisoned for up to 15 years.
Authorities say Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev was detained on Tuesday and that President Vladimir Putin was informed of the investigation.
US President-elect Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin discuss bilateral relations and joint action against terrorism over the phone, says the Kremlin.