Yevgeny Vakhtin, a patient in Russia's southern city of Belgorod, died from a blow to his Carotid artery during an assault by his doctor, an autopsy revealed last week, Izvestia newspaper reported Monday.
Two Communist lawmakers at the State Duma have appealed to President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to revoke a 1921 treaty with Turkey on "friendship and fraternity," the Izvestia daily reported Monday.
The number of car showrooms in Russia shrunk to 4,159 in 2015, a decline of 7 percent compared to 2014, the Vedomosti daily newspaper reported Wednesday, citing data from Auto Business Review magazine.
The European Union's ambassador to Russia has demanded a response from Russian authorities to a video by Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov showing Russian opposition politicians in the crosshairs of a sniper rifle.
EU leaders will discuss the possibility of lifting the sanctions against Russia on the sidelines of the upcoming Munich Security Conference, U.S. Senator John McCain told the Sputnik news agency Wednesday.