Russia has called for a thorough and unbiased investigation into a Saudi airstrike that killed over 140 people at a funeral in the Yemeni capital city of Sana’a, urging punitive measures against all those responsible for the attack.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has criticized Russia for supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, describing it as "irresponsible and profoundly ill-advised."
Near final results show Vladimir Putin's political allies have won a landslide victory in parliamentary elections, putting the Russian leader on course for a fourth term in 2018 polls.
Syrian and Russian jets have attacked Daesh positions in Dayr al-Zawr following a US bombing which killed 62 government troops in the eastern town and allowed the Takfiri group to make gains.
Russia has reportedly canceled a planned manned space launch expected to take place within a week due to what it described as “technical reasons” without further elaboration or setting a new launch date.
Russia’s embassy in the Ukrainian capital Kiev has come under attack as Russia plans to hold parliamentary elections in Crimea for the first time.
Press TV has conducted an interview with Scott Rickard, a former American intelligence linguist, about the Russian Defense Ministry saying it has scrambled SU-27 fighter jets to intercept US surveillance planes attempting to approach the Russian border over the Black Sea.
Russia says there is no basis for “dramatic statements” after its Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry failed to strike a deal on ending the conflict in Syria.
President Vladimir Putin has told British Prime Minister Theresa May that Russia wants to restore ties between the two countries, the Kremlin says.
The Russian ambassador to Iran says Russia’s Aerospace Forces may resume operations against terrorists in Syria from an Iranian airbase upon a decision by the two countries’ officials.