Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to attend the United Nations 70th General Assembly in New York city in September, according to an order outlining the members of the Russian delegation. The document was signed by Putin and published on the government's legal information portal Friday.
Russia's largest space industry enterprise, RSC Energia has announced a contest to name its new manned spacecraft, which the company plans to begin testing next year, the company announced on its website.
A Cossack organization denied that one of its members was responsible for the removal of a 100-year-old bas relief depicting the mythical demon Mephistopheles from a historic building in St. Petersburg after a man claiming responsibility for the act said he was a member of the group.
Knee-deep in snow and whipped by gusts of frosty wind, politicians are busy with what they believe is a worthwhile debate: deciding if, in fact, a new Cold War has come, writes columnist Pyotr Romanov.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the Netherlands of concealing from Russia findings from the investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, TASS news agency reported Monday.
Europe's largest aerospace company signed an agreement at the MAKS air show with satellite manufacturer Russian Space Systems (RKS) to launch a production line for satellite hardware, newspaper Izvestia reported Wednesday, citing RKS chief Andrei Tyulin.
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