President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a landmark arms agreement Friday, which reduces the number of deployed nuclear warheads to at most 2,200 for each country.
Members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization took a historic step Tuesday, forming an alliance against terrorism with Russia, the nation NATO was formed half a century ago to oppose.
President Bush announced Monday that the United States and Russia have reached a landmark agreement to reduce their nuclear arsenals to less than 2,200 warheads each.
An explosion during a Victory Day military parade in the southern Russian republic of Dagestan killed at least 35 people, including 12 children.
A Russian aircraft with up to 78 passengers aboard crashed today into the Black Sea in what Russian President Vladimir Putin says may have been a terrorist act.
A liberal Russian politician has accepted a stake in Echo of Moscow, saying he hoped to save the influential independent radio outlet from a government takeover.
A Russian court placed the country's most prominent independent radio station into state hands Thursday.
A Russian court Tuesday ordered the liquidation of Media-Most, the company that holds the evaporating empire of embattled media magnate Vladimir Gusinsky.
Journalists at NTV, Russia's only nationwide independent television network, took their fight against a takeover by the state-run gas company to the airwaves Wednesday.
Russia's state-controlled gas company Tuesday fired the board of directors at NTV, the country's only nationwide independent television station, the latest volley in a continuing battle over the station's future.
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