Sunday marked 20 years since the murder of Vladislav Listyev, head of one of the country's largest TV stations, and the Investigative Committee says it won't close the case until the killer is brought to justice.
A Ukrainian federal lawmaker detained at Sunday's silent march in memory of slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov in Moscow now faces criminal charges for the attempted murder of a Russian citizen in Ukraine, the Interfax news agency reported.
Hurray! We are attacking! Thank God! Many are dead and wounded! Thank God!" Thus exclaimed "good soldier Svejk" from the eponymous immortal novel by Jaroslav Hasek. And Russian public opinion today is no less absurd.
Female teachers from the city of Yekaterinburg concerned about pay cuts were told by a regional official that finding a rich husband would put an end to their financial woes, a local news site reported this week.
Washington D.C. residents are doomed to a grim future of drug addiction, the Russian Health Ministry's top drugs specialist warned Thursday in a scathing commentary on the district's recent legalization of marijuana.