Russia Says it Sent Hundreds of Additional Troops to Syria
The new Russian troops sent in further underscore how the situation on the ground in Syria has dramatically changed.
Russia: Nuclear Reactor Safe on Fire-Hit Submersible
The nuclear reactor on one of the Russian navy's research submersibles hasn't been damaged in a fire that killed 14 seamen.
Russian Defense Chief Says There Are Survivors of Navy Fire
Some crew members have survived a fire that killed 14 onboard one of the Russian navy's deep-sea research submersibles.
Fire Kills 14 Russian Sailors amid Submarine Speculation
The ministry didn't name the vessel that caught fire, but Russian media reported it was Russia's most secret submarine.
Putin Outlines Ambitious Arctic Expansion Program
Putin said that Russia plans to dramatically increase cargo shipments across the Arctic sea route.
Russian Defense Ministry Boasts About Revived Military Power
The Russian military has commissioned more than 1,000 new aircraft and thousands of tanks in the past few years.
Putin Suspends Russia's Obligations Under 1987 Nuclear Pact
Putin suspended Russia's participation in a nuclear arms treaty the Trump administration already decided to leave.
Putin Sternly Warns US Against Putting Missiles in Europe
Putin said Russia will retaliate by fielding new weapons that will take just as little time to reach their targets.
Russian Official: Another Nuclear Pact with US in Trouble
Ryabkov said that the U.S. has shown "no readiness or desire" to engage in substantive talks on extending the pact.
Russia and Turkey Mull Next Steps in War-torn Syria
The leaders share strong opposition to the U.S. military presence in Syria, seeing it as an obstacle to their clout.
Russia Presents Info on Missile US Says Violates Pact
The Russian military rolled out a new missile, seeking to dispel the U.S. claim that the weapon violates a key nuclear pact.
Russia Warns US Missile Defense Plans Will Fuel Arms Race
The Pentagon's missile defense strategy calls for a new array of space-based sensors and other high-tech systems.
Putin Scores Some Wins But Tensions Mount with the West
Syria lies in ruins and Moscow has failed to persuade the West to help foot the multi-billion dollar reconstruction bill.
Putin Crows as He Oversees Russian Hypersonic Weapons Test
Putin said the successful test was a "great success" and an "excellent New Year's gift to the nation."
Russia Sends 2 Nuclear-Capable Bombers to Venezuela
Russia's Defense Ministry said a pair Tu-160 bombers landed at Maiquetia airport outside Caracas on Monday.
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