The management of the Saratov Electric Aggregate Production Association in the city of Saratov has decided to close the plant and lay off employees citing losses
Russian president Vladimir Putin expressed on Tuesday his willingness for a rerun in the next presidential elections if allowed by the constitutional court
President Vladimir Putin’s call for constitutional reforms on January 15 has substantially unsettled politics and governance in the country. The final proposal has been opposed by various progressive sections of society
Chances for an end to the conflict in Eastern Europe have brightened following the first formal talks in the last three years between both countries’ leadership. The talks were held in Paris under a joint French and German initiative
Accusing that only 8.9% of the country’s budget is allocated to the health sector, the protesting residents demanded more funds for healthcare
As per the Russia-Turkey agreement, Russian and Turkish forces will jointly patrol the 120-km region between Ras al-Ain and Tal Abyad while Kurdish YPG units will move 30 km away from the border
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation and the Left Front organized protests in several cities in memory of the 187 people who died when Boris Yeltsin ordered the military to fire on pro-parliament protesters
The Communist Party of Russian Federation (KPRF) increased their seats from 5 to 13 in the Moscow City Duma
The call to put Turkey under sanctions finds traction in the United States following Erdogan’s visit to Moscow.
Reports say that more than 1,000 protesters were detained on August 3 while opposing the rejection of the nominations of opposition candidates for the Moscow Duma elections
On August 2, the withdrawal of the US from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty was formalized. The treaty signed in 1987 had led to the destruction of over 2,600 missiles by the US and Russia
Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the New York Times report on the US deploying software in the Russian power grid that could cripple it.