One of Boris Lisitsyn's happiest memories is of being swept by a huge, joyous crowd through the streets of Moscow and onto Red Square in spontaneous celebrations when World War II ended in Europe.
Swedish defense company Saab has said there is growing interest for its Gripen fighter jet from countries spread across Russia's European flank, amid rising tensions rise over Ukraine.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Tuesday he was hoping for a 3 billion to 5 billion euro ($3.3-$5.5 billion) advance from Russia if it struck a deal with Moscow on the Turkish Stream pipeline project.
The Finnish military fired on Tuesday handheld underwater depth charges as a warning against a suspected submarine in waters near Helsinki, an incident that comes amid growing military tensions with Russia.
A Russian artillery vehicle exploded during the course of a military training exercise in the Rostov region, news reports said Tuesday, resulting in the evacuation of 800 people from nearby villages.
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