Russia and Turkey agreed Monday to create a demilitarized zone in Idlib province between the Syrian opposition and areas under the Assad's regime control. The agreement seems to save the region from a military assault and averts what was expected…
Not since the Soviet era has the Russian military showed off this much weaponry and tried to convince the world that the Russians are coming -- and they've already arrived. Russian forces have this week conducted its largest war games…
By Ashraf Khalil, Associated Press
Prosecutors charge that Maria Butina, 29, gathered intelligence on American officials and political organizations and worked to develop relationships with American politicians via her contacts with the National Rifle Association.
Syrian government and Russian forces launched airstrikes on Idlib province, where approximately 3 million people live in Syria's last rebel-held territory, on Saturday. More than 60 air raids have taken place in southern Idlib, according to the Syrian Observatory for…
By Matthew Lee, Susannah George, Associated Press
The Trump administration has little leverage to stop Russia, Iran and Syria pressing ahead with a massive military assault against Syria's northwest Idlib province.
Russia, Iran and Bashar al-Assad's regime are on the verge of launching a major assault on Idlib, the remaining Syrian holdout of both radical militants and more moderate opposition, in what is likely the last big battle of the war.
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
Moscow strongly denies involvement in the attack, and Russian officials said they did not recognize the suspects.
By Erica R. Hendry
In his prepared testimony, Dorsey said "we have learned from situations where people have taken advantage of our service and our past inability to address it fast enough." The platform has so far removed 3,843 accounts linked to the IRA,…
In the new novel "A Terrible Country," young, Soviet-born Andrei Kaplan is struggling in his academic career and getting over a breakup, when he returns to Russia to care for his aging grandmother. Jeffrey Brown talks with author Keith Gessen…
By Associated Press
The first episode of "Moscow. Kremlin. Putin." aired on Sunday night, stressing the Russian president's work to address various crises and stay in touch with ordinary Russians.
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