The Russian authorities are providing inconsistent information concerning radioactive contamination and blame ‘external forces for escalating the situation’
The country's authorities emphasise that in Syria, Armenia is limited exclusively to humanitarian activities
In an attempt to bring down the upcoming wave of protests, Russian authorities are using more stringent methods
A detailed chronological review of how the war between Georgia and Russia started over South Ossetia and its aftermath
More than 800 people were detained and dozens were brutally beaten. Activists are now being charged with criminal offences punishable by up to 8 years in prison
The official purpose of Surkov’s visit is to inspect facilities that are being built with Russian money.
Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic for investigative activities, not ‘during robbery’
Famous Russian businessman Prigozhin, close to President Putin, is involved in organizing the hit
How the question of modernity is battling itself out in North Ossetia
Organisers and participants say that the main target of their protest is corruption in the Russian capital which has 'reached incredible dimensions'
Ukrainian president floats prisoner exchange: Ukrainian filmmaker Sentsov for Russian RIA journalist
Kyiv has responded to Russia's proposal to take a “step of goodwill”
Russia’s main problem is the year 2024 – when Putin by law must resign as president, but he is already preparing to stay in power
JAMnews reports from an American destroyer during the Sea Breeze 2019 exercises