Thousands of Muscovites and international politicians flocked to the Sakharov human rights center in Moscow on Tuesday to pay their last respects to the slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.
Russian military expansion over the past year has electrified NATO, but the Cold War military alliance is failing to deliver on promised increases in defense spending.
Critics complain that the vague language and broad terminology used to draft some of Russia's more controversial laws make them fodder for prosecutorial abuse.
An old wolf and a stray dog have teamed up to form a hunting duo in Russia's Murmansk region, Interfax reported Tuesday.
Russian oil output will decline by 800,000 barrels per day (bpd), or around 8 percent, in the next two years as companies reduce drilling in Siberia due to low oil prices and sanctions, a top oil executive said.
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