Qatar and Russia hit back at allegations of bribery on Tuesday after US prosecutors accused them of paying millions in bribes for the rights to host the 2018 and 2022 tournaments.
Russia’s uncompromising refusal to adhere to OPEC’s proposed policy of cutting oil production caused the deal to fall apart entirely on March 6.
World Athletics on Thursday fined Russia’s track and field federation $10 million for breaching anti-doping rules and capped at 10 the number of Russians allowed to compete as neutrals at the Tokyo Olympics.
I think the whole world can learn from China how to organise work to overcome an emergency, especially because the epidemic threatens humankind as a whole.
The ban on patenting genome editing techniques in Russia hinders research and development in this field: Biologist Denis Rebrikov says.
Turkey’s president accused Russia of committing “massacres” in its support Assad.
The entire board of Russia’s athletics federation has resigned as the government attempts to find a way out of the country’s deepening doping crisis before this year’s Olympic Games.
The Athletics Integrity Unit has recommended that World Athletics expel Russia from the global federation, the doping watchdog announced on Wednesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin appointed a new government on Tuesday, less than a week after he announced sweeping constitutional reforms and his longtime prime minister resigned.
President Vladimir Putin moved quickly on Monday to push through an overhaul of Russia’s political system that has fuelled speculation over his ambitions after his term expires.
Russia’s interactive presence in Syria, Turkey and Iran has drawn attention to its growing role in international affairs. These dynamics have also been manifest in Latin America – particularly in Venezuela and Cuba.
Iran’s integration into the China-Russia Eurasian architecture is as complicated as it is consequential for economic and security relations across Eurasia.
The navies of Iran, Russia, and China held an unprecedented joint exercise outside the Strait of Hormuz from 27 Dec until 31 Dec 2019, just before the advent of the new year.
The elusive handmade ‘copy’ of the Tesla Cybertruck that has been spotted outside Moscow is now up for sale in Russia.
Outgoing WADA President Craig Reedie says the Russian doping scandal shows that clean sport is under attack, but the anti-doping organization now has the tools to better weed out drug cheats.
Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin exchange New Year congratulations.
Ukraine and Russia-backed separatists in the country’s war-torn east exchanged 200 prisoners on Sunday, swapping detained fighters for civilians and servicemen held captive in some cases for years in two breakaway regions.
Iran, China and Russia started four days of joint naval drills in the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Oman on Friday, the commander of Iran’s flotilla announced.
China and Russia propose that the UN ease some of the sanctions on DPRK.
How can the United States have no compunction about imposing sanctions on companies building a Russian gas pipeline to Germany? Those countries that will benefit from this gas pipeline are allies of the US.
Russia carries out tests to ensure the “security” of its internet infrastructure.
US President Donald Trump on Friday signed into law a $738 billion defence bill that includes controversial provisions calling for sanctions against Russia and Turkey.
The CHRC issues a statement highlighting the outcome of the three-day visit in Russia.
The long-anticipated serial production of Aurus cars, the same domestic brand which made a limousine for Russian President Vladimir Putin, is set to start at the beginning of 2021.
China and Russia propose to the UN Security Council that some sanctions be lifted on North Korea, with the US quickly opposing the suggestion.
Because Russia-US relations have been deteriorating for a long time, Lavrov’s visit drew considerable attention.
Erdogan threatens to close two strategic military bases used by the United States.
Among Russians, I respect President Vladimir Putin’s economic adviser more than Putin himself. Sergey Yurievich Glazyev served as the minister of foreign economic relations of the Russian Federation at the age of 31.
A Russian court sentences 11 people over a deadly bomb attack in 2017.
Questions are hanging over how the Kremlin will respond to the expulsion of two Russian diplomats from Germany last Wednesday.