A Russia security official cautions against attempts by Daesh to gain a foothold in Central after taking fatal blows in Iraq and Syria.
Brazil’s President Michel Temer said on Thursday that he has built warm ties with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
Russian vessels deployed to the Mediterranean have fired cruise missiles at Daesh targets inside Syria, the Russian Defense Ministry says.
The EU extends sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s alleged role in the crisis in eastern Ukraine.
The UN’s secretary-general has appointed Russian diplomat Vladimir Voronkov as the first head of the world body’s Counterterrorism Office.
Russia has canceled a high-level meeting between its deputy foreign minister and the US undersecretary of state.
Russia says it is refining defenses in western borders to respond to NATO’s military buildup.
A NATO jet that was trying to approach an aircraft carrying the Russian defense minister was chased away by a Russian jet over the Baltic Sea.
Moscow slams Washington’s 'Russophobe obsession' after the US beefs up anti-Russia sanctions.
Russia's deputy foreign minister has denounced the US shooting down of a Syrian warplane as an act of aggression.
Russia appoints Alexei Yerkhov as Moscow’s new ambassador to Turkey.
The European Union has extended restrictive measures against Moscow until June 2018 over its alleged role in the crisis in eastern Ukraine.
Russian fans say authorities have barred dozens of them from attending matches at Confederations Cup.
Russia says a new approach adopted by the United States toward Cuba is reminiscent of the bygone Cold War era.
The Russian president warns that new sanctions against Moscow will complicate the US-Russia ties.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel shares concerns with other European officials that the proposed US sanctions against Russia could hurt Europe.
Russia has launched a short-range nuclear missile interceptor in Kazakhstan.
Russia's Defense Ministry says its airstrike may have killed Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the Syrian city of Raqqah.
Germany and Austria have criticized the new anti-Russia sanctions approved by the US Senate, tacitly calling them meddling in European affairs.
Russia says the US has deployed the HIMARS rocket launchers from Jordan to its base in southern Syria, warning that the equipment could be used against Syrian government forces.
Russia's State Atomic Energy Corporation wins approval to go ahead with building a nuclear power plant in Turkey.
President Putin says the reinforcement of the Syrian army would allow Russian troops in the Arab country to return home.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow does not consider the US to be an enemy, as the two countries were allies in two world wars.
Russia’s President Putin slams Washington’s use of NATO as an instrument for advancing its foreign policy.
A Moscow court finds Alexei Navalny guilty of organizing unauthorized protests, sentencing to one month in prison.
A Russian fighter jet photobombs a group of US warplanes engaged in practice operations over the Baltic Sea.
Russia's foreign minister calls on Qatar and its Arab neighbors to engage in dialogue to end a dispute between them.
Moscow may seize US property if Washington fails to return the Russian diplomatic compounds it confiscated late last year.
Russia's military says the US-led forces in Syria are providing safe corridors for the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group to leave the area around its stronghold of Raqqah.
Russia has censured a recent US strike against Syrian military positions as an act of aggression.
Russia rejects a CNN report that claims Russian hackers were behind a false news story that led Saudi Arabia and its allies to cut ties with Qatar.
The Russian president says no one would survive a nuclear war between the US and Russia to claim victory.
Russia says one of its Su-27 fighter jets has intercepted a US B-52 strategic bomber near its airspace.
A Moscow court convicts the ex-head of a Ukrainian library of inciting ethnic hatred against Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he hardly spoke to former US national security adviser Michael Flynn during a Moscow event in 2015.
Moscow wants explanation from Washington about imposing sanctions on three Russian firms and an individual.
A Russian official proposes a global mechanism for monitoring hoax information.
Putin says the claims of Russian hacking into the US Democratic party’s election campaign aim to divert attention away from the true information in the leaks.
President Putin says restoration of normal ties between Moscow and Washington will serve the interests of both sides.
Russia says it will likely stick to the Paris Climate Agreement despite Washington's backtrack on the deal.
Moscow test-fires its Iskander tactical ballistic missile outside the Russian soil for the first time during joint drills with Tajikistan.
Moscow protests Washington’s new North Korea-related sanctions which targeted two Russian firms and a company director.
President Putin says Russia cannot stand idly by while others increase their military capabilities along its borders in the Far East and Europe.
Russia says that 99 percent of its ballistic missiles are on combat alert.
Donald Trump's claim that Iran supports terror is false and unconstructive, says Russia's Foreign Ministry.
Moscow has ordered two Estonian diplomats to leave Russia in a tit-for-tat move.
Russia says US-led coalition airstrikes "have been exacerbating the situation" in Syria.
A fierce storm has struck the Russian capital, Moscow, leaving 16 people dead and over 200 injured.
The Russian FM says Western states that supported regime change policies and funded militants are responsible for the chaos in the Greater Mideast.
Watch footage from a deadly storm which ravaged Moscow and killed at least 13 people.
Russian President Vladimir Putin describes his meeting with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron as “difficult” but “frank.”
Russia’s Putin is in France on an official visit as he seeks better ties with the West.
Estonia expels two Russian diplomats in a move blasted by Russia ‘hostile’ and ‘provcative.’
Russia and China agree that the North Korean nuclear issue is no good reason for the deployment of a US missile system on the Korean Peninsula.
Russian security forces arrest four Daesh-linked suspects planning terror attacks in Moscow.
The EU officials say the bloc and the US, under Trump, have yet to agree on a united position on Russia.
A senior Iranian official says some countries transfer weapons to Takfiri militants directly or indirectly.
The Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte has expressed interest in purchasing advanced Russian weaponry to combat terrorism and narcotics trade in his country.
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov underlines the need for the involvement of external powers, including Iran, in efforts to resolve the deadly crisis in Syria.
Russia agrees to lift some remaining trade sanctions imposed on Turkey following Ankara's shooting down of a Russian warplane in 2015.
Moscow appeared to to be backing Macron's far-right opponent Marine Le Pen and alleged cyberattacks on Macron's campaign were linked to Moscow.
The Kremlin rules out an allegation made by Ukraine that Moscow was behind a cyberattack against the government in Kiev.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has stressed that Moscow is ready to provide a record of the Lavrov-Trump exchange.
The Kremlin slams as "nonsense" new reports about the US president sharing classified information with Russia.
Moscow rejects recent reports that the US president shared with it information on “a planned Daesh operation.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin blames US intelligence services for recent global cyber attack.
The Russian president says the world must return to talks with North Korea instead of intimidating the country.
Thousands of people have held a rally in the Russian capital to protest against the government's plans for the demolition of old buildings.
The Russian Defense Ministry says North Korea’s latest ballistic missile test poses no danger to Moscow.
A Kremlin foreign policy aide said Russia was also looking forward to the return of two diplomatic compounds impounded in the US.
The Blue House said Putin had expressed Russia's full readiness to play a "constructive role" in resolving the international dispute.
The incident took place on the anniversary of the Victory Day in the Great Patriotic War.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the Israeli–Palestinian conflict could be resolved only through political negotiations.
Russia charges three with terror over involvement in last month's St. Petersburg metro bombing.
The Russian Defense Ministry denies the authenticity of a Daesh video purported to show the beheading of a Russian intelligence agent.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will be meeting US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Washington.
The Russian leader calls on France’s president-elect to join forces with Moscow to help ensure global security.
A Russian senator says a US bill which allows the navy to control Russian and other foreign ports is a “declaration of war.”
Russia and Turkey both underscore the need to continue the fight against terrorism and step up safe zones in Syria.
The regional court in Kirov threw out an appeal and upheld suspended sentences for Navalny and his co-defendant.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump discuss deescalating tensions in the Korean Peninsula and promoting a diplomatic solution in Syria.
The key visit would mainly focus on the conflict in eastern Ukraine and the crisis in Syria.
Hundreds of Russian protesters hold demonstrations against President Vladimir Putin across the country.
Russia says US deployment of missiles in Poland and Romania is against a treaty signed in 1987.
Moscow says Montenegrin lawmakers violated ‘all democratic norms’ by ratifying NATO membership without a referendum.
Leaders of Russia and Japan call for a renewed effort to ease tensions in the Korean Peninsula.
A Russian naval intelligence ship submerges off Turkey's Black Sea coast after colliding with a vessel carrying livestock.
Russia says Turkey’s air raids in Syria and Iraq are “unacceptable” and in violation of the basic intergovernmental principles.
Russia rejects the Saudi allegation of Iran’s interference in Syria.
The Kremlin says Russia’s position on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad remains unchanged and his fate is only up to the Syrian people to decide.
Tehran and Moscow slam a recent US missile attack against Syria, saying such acts hinder the formation of a broad anti-terror front.