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Articles with tag "Terrorism"
Russian Military Intelligence Linked to Spanish Letter Bomb Campaign – NYT
Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency is suspected of directing associates of a St. Petersburg-based white supremacist militant group to carry...
Russia Evacuates Diplomat Injured in CAR Terror Attack
The head of a Russian cultural center in the Central African Republic (CAR) who was hospitalized when an explosive device sent to him in the mail detonated...
Russian Diplomat Hospitalized in CAR After Opening Letter Bomb
The head of a Russian cultural center in the Central African Republic (CAR) was hospitalized on Friday after an explosive device sent to him in the mail...
Russia Denies Links to German ‘Terror’ Groups Amid Dawn Raids
The Russian embassy in Berlin on Wednesday denied maintaining links to far-right terror groups in Germany after a Russian woman was among 25 people arrested...
European Parliament Recognizes Russia as a State Sponsor of Terror
The European Parliament on Wednesday adopted a resolution recognized Russia as a "state sponsor of terrorism," and accusing its forces of carrying out...
Dubrovka Theatre Siege Victims Remain Haunted 20 Years On
Twenty years since Chechen separatists seized a crowded theatre in Moscow, spurring a hostage standoff that ended with more than one hundred dead, the...
Latvian Parliament Declares Russia ‘State Sponsor of Terrorism’
The parliament urged the EU to stop issuing tourist visas for Russian and Belarusian citizens and to cut down on entry visas in general.
U.S. Embassy Claim of Looming Terror Attack ‘Highly Unusual,’ Kremlin Says
The U.S. Embassy in Moscow had warned citizens of terrorist threats in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Russia Hands Life Sentence Over 2010 Moscow Metro Bombing
The coordinated attacks killed 39 and injured dozens.
Russia Says Arrests Ukrainian Spy Trio Amid Mounting Tensions
The three men confessed to being recruited by Ukraine’s military and security services and were allegedly plotting terrorist attacks, the FSB said.
Russia Says 2 Militants Killed in Anti-Terror Raid
The militants were killed when they opened fire after being told to surrender, Russian counter-terror forces said.
Russia Adds Popular YouTuber to ‘Terrorist and Extremist’ List
Yury Khovansky was arrested on criminal charges this summer over a song that mocked the 2002 Moscow theater hostage crisis.
Russia Calls Taliban ‘Rational,’ Blames Afghan Gov’t for Blocking Talks
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the Taliban delegation promised not to threaten ex-Soviet Central Asian states and to fight the Islamic State.
Russia Says Taliban Controls Two-Thirds of Afghan-Tajik Border
Russia said it is ready to take "additional measures" to "prevent aggression" on its ally Tajikistan but urged all sides to "show restraint."
Tajikistan Seeks Russia-Led Alliance’s Aid as Violence Builds on Afghan Border
The security situation along the remote, mountainous Afghan-Tajik border has deteriorated in recent weeks as U.S. forces quit the region.
Russia Says Ready to Activate Tajik Military Base Amid U.S. Pullout, Taliban Advance in Afghanistan
“We’ll do everything ... to prevent any aggressive encroachments against our allies,” Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.
Russia Says Foiled IS Attacks in Moscow, South
The FSB said that the attacker in Astrakhan was "neutralized with return fire," while the second attacker was detained in Moscow.
Russian YouTuber Charged With 'Justifying Terror’ Over Theater Siege Song
The leaked performance ironically approves the 2002 attack on Moscow’s Dubrovka Theater that left some 130 hostages dead.
Russia Says Security Forces Thwart IS Terror Attack
Video shows the suspect confessing to planning the attack to "avenge his brothers" from the Islamic State.
Russia Says Foiled 'Terror' Attack in North Caucasus
A militant suspect planning a terror attack in Dagestan was killed during the operation.
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