A top Russian commander warns that the US missile systems near Russia can lead to a nuclear attack on Russia.
Russia calls for a UNSC briefing over a recent US airstrike on west Mosul that claimed the lives of over 200 people as Pentagon is analyzing over 700 video feeds to blame someone else for it.
The Kremlin condemns the recent anti-corruption protests organized by the opposition as a "provocation."
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny said over 80 towns and cities across the country would hold protests on Sunday.
Moscow says Paris' optimism on the imminent recapture of the Daesh-held Syrian city is divorced from reality.
Russia says Washington’s latest anti-Moscow sanctions undermine the fight against global terrorism.
Russia dismisses as false the US allegation that Moscow may be giving supplies to Taliban militants in Afghanistan.
Russia says six of its soldiers have been killed during an operation to repel an attack by armed men on a military facility in Chechnya.
Putin says Russia's defense technology has proved its “exceptional reliability and efficiency” during the fight against the Daesh Takfiri group.
Russia signs an agreement to train the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) in Syria.
The Russian foreign minister says the deployment of US THAAD missile system in South Korea poses 'serious risks' to the Asia-Pacific region.
Turkey voices support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Moscow warns that the humanitarian consequences of an imminent Saudi attack on Yemen's Hudaydah would be "grave."
Russia's State Duma OK's a proposal to launch investigation into the operation of the US media in Russia.
Russian has summoned the Israeli ambassador in Moscow over recent Israeli airstrikes in Syria.
Russia will shortly put afloat a second, nuclear-powered Yasen-class submarine — its strongest — in a northern port, a source says.
The US says it arrested two senior Russian cyber security officials and a pair of hackers for illegally accessing information from Yahoo, Google, and other webmail providers.
Moscow denies media reports claiming it has deployed special forces to an Egyptian town near conflict-ridden Libya.
Moscow warns that a planned Saudi attack on Yemen's city of Hudaydah would worsen the humanitarian crisis there.
Washington is trying to demonize Russia with claims that it interfered with the 2016 US elections, Kremlin spokesman says.
Russia says US spy agencies must provide answers over recent leaks about the CIA’s hacking techniques.
Russia says the deployment of the US THAAD missile system in South Korea threatens regional stability.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says Moscow considers the information recently leaked about the CIA’s hacking techniques as “quite plausible.”
Russia's president pardons a woman who was found guilty of treason last year.
Russia denies allegations made by Ukraine that Moscow supports terrorism and racial discrimination in Ukraine.
Private Artyom Gorbunov was killed near the ancient city of Palmyra on March 2, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.
The Israeli prime minister is set to visit Moscow for talks with the Russian president on the role of Iran in Syria.
A Russian military official says Syrian soldiers either killed or injured over 1,000 Daesh terrorists during the recent operation to liberate Palmyra.
Russia says Britain, France, and the United States attempted to “poison” the atmosphere of the latest round of the intra-Syrian negotiations.
It was the first high-level military contact after NATO unilaterally froze ties with Moscow.
The Russian foreign minister slams the scandal over the alleged ties between Moscow and the US president as “a witch hunt.”
Moscow says it is waiting for an action by the Trump administration that defines Washington's policy on Russia.
The US’s former administration is to blame for Moscow-Washington relations being at their lowest level since the Cold War, says Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says a draft United Nations Security Council resolution against Syria is 'inappropriate.'
Russian President Putin has struck a deal with neighboring Tajikistan to bolster security at the Tajik-Afghan border.
Thousands stage marches in major Russian cities to remember slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.
Russia releases Ildar Dadin, a top opposition activist, from prison after the Supreme Court abolishes his sentence.
The US, France and Britain are pressing to put their proposed resolution to a vote early next week in order impose sanctions on Syrian authorities.
Russian politicians say Donald Trump's aim to achieve nuclear supremacy would result in a new arms race between Moscow and Washington.
A Russian cargo ship carrying food and equipment for astronauts successfully docks at the International Space Station (ISS).
President Putin says Moscow's military deployment to Syria has "contributed directly to Russia's security."
Russia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin dies at the age of 64.
Addressing the Munich Security Conference, Lavrov said the Cold War mentality still existed among Western politicians.
Russia says its warplanes have successfully hit positions held by the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in Syria’s northern province of Raqqah.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says NATO is constantly trying to draw Russia into confrontation and its members meddle in Moscow’s domestic issues.
Moscow rejects Pentagon's claims of “unsafe” encounters between Russian military jets and an American destroyer in the Black Sea.
Russia says there should be no concerns over the implementation of Iran’s historic nuclear deal as it was precisely devised.
Putin says the Russian-US relations need to be restored in the interests of both the Russian and American people.
Russia says its air force conducted recent airstrikes that accidentally killed three Turkish soldiers in Syria based on coordinates provided by Turkey.
Russia says the Amnesty report of mass hangings in Syria is "a false story that does not correspond to reality."
The Russian president expresses condolences to his Turkish counterpart over airstrikes that accidentally killed Turkish troops in Syria.
A Russian court upholds a guilty verdict in the case of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Moscow’s UN envoy says Washington’s recent rhetoric against Tehran might have been influenced by emotions rather than rational facts.
The Russian president ordered the snap drills to evaluate the Air Force’s preparedness against potential aggression.
Russia says its fighter jets have not targeted Syrian city of Idlib as part of an aerial campaign in the Arab country.
Russia rejects allegations by the US that Iran sponsors terrorism, stressing that Tehran must be present in the anti-terror front.
Russia says it disagrees with the US administration's characterization of Iran as a “terrorist state.”
Russia has censured two mortar attacks launched by terrorists against its embassy in Damascus on Friday and Thursday.
Russia’s UN ambassador says people in Crimea expressed their will by voting to join Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the Kiev government has provoked flare-up in eastern Ukraine to bolster support from the US administration.
Russia arrests three key figures of the cyber intelligence community on suspicion of treason.
The Arab League could play a more important role if Damascus was part of it, Lavrov said.
NATO chief says the military alliance and US President Donald Trump seek dialogue with Russia.
Officials and military analysts say Russia is set to reopen abandoned Soviet military, air and radar bases on remote Arctic islands and to construct new ones.
Moscow is ready to help Baghdad in its fight against Daesh, the Russian foreign minister says.
The attack targeted a police post in Chali, a town about 30 kilometers south of Grozny, the capital of Russia’s Chechnya Republic.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump agree on establishing real coordination over defeating terrorists in Syrian.
Russia has unveiled the multi-role MiG-35 jet, which is to be mass-produced in 2019.
Reacting to recent anti-Russia remarks by the UK defense minister, Moscow says London had better deal with the scandalous shortcomings of the British navy.
Lavrov pointed to "the difficult relations" Moscow had with Washington under former US President Barack Obama.
Moscow say it repelled 70 million cyberattacks against its critical information infrastructure in 2016.
Despite the results of elections in other countries, the sanctions against Moscow are here to stay, says Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Russia says arranging a meeting between President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump may take months.
Moscow says it seeks to find "effective answers to the challenges of terrorism and other multiple modern challenges first of all."
A top Russian official calls Obama's presidency shameful and ridiculous, saying Washington had an interaction based on a master-slave mindset during his tenure.
The Russian foreign minister names European leaders who he says actually interfered in the US presidential vote by supporting one candidate against the other.
Russian President Vladimir Putin denies allegations that US President-elect Donald Trump has been compromised by Russian intelligence.
The Russian foreign minister said on Tuesday that the US diplomats stationed in Russia have been engaged in espionage in the past few years.
Moscow will reportedly begin repairing a second runway at Hmeimim Air Base in Syria's Latakia.
China and Russia have worked out their own "countermeasures" against US decision to install an advanced missile system in South Korea, reports say.
Russian security forces have killed four militants and detained dozens of others in an operation in Russia’s southern region of Chechnya.
Russia’s Defense Ministry spokesman, Igor Konashenkov, says there would be more withdrawal from Syria in the near future.
Russia deploys the S-400 missile defense system on combat alert outside Moscow suburbs.
Moscow says US allegations that it has “compromising” information on President-elect Donald Trump are “utter nonsense.”
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu says Moscow has achieved its objectives in Syria regarding the anti-terror battle.
The move came after Washington expelled 35 Russian diplomats.
Russia says it is “tired" of “baseless allegations” from US officials that Moscow meddled in the US election.
The United States intelligence community is replete with “biased” elements and cannot be trusted to report on Russia’s hacking against the 2016 presidential election, an analyst says.
US President-elect Donald Trump says under his administration Russia would respect Washington “far more” than Barack Obama's time.
An anti-submarine destroyer and a sea tanker dock at Manila’s South Harbor, in what can change regional dynamics to the detriment of the United States.
The announcement came as two Russian ships - anti-submarine vessel Admiral Tributs and a sea tanker Boris Butoma - docked in Manila on a four-day goodwill visit.