Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has claimed that the majority of national security officials working under Kiev's former pro-Moscow administration were recruited by Russia's FSB, a news report said.
Militants fighting alongside the Islamic State appear to have increased their efforts to recruit Russian speakers by publishing a series of guides on how to travel to Syria to join the terrorist group.
Spurred by the war in Ukraine, growing numbers of Poles are joining volunteer paramilitary groups to get basic military training and prepare to defend their homeland from what some see as a looming Russian invasion.
The first flight of Russia's newest light military transport aircraft, the Ilyushin Il-112, should take place in 2017, with serial production beginning in 2019, Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov said Wednesday, news agency RIA Novosti reported.
For the third year in a row on March 26, the eve of World Theater Day, most of Moscow's theaters — a total of over 70 — will throw open their doors, their backstages and their archives to their fans. The general theme for this year's Night in Theater program, run by the Moscow Culture Committee, is the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
The son of a former Russian defense minister who was ousted in a corruption scandal over sales of ministerial property appears to himself own land bought from the Defense Ministry, anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny has said.
Christie's International Real Estate helps the superrich buy superhomes. If you don't have the £40 million ($60 million) in liquid assets you need to qualify as a "high net worth," the London-based consultants will be loath to spend time on you.
The 'CEO of the Year Russia 2014' awards come at just the right time. They celebrate the achievements of the best CEOs. They are a lesson in the possible, a benchmark to aspire to and something to be proud of.
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