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Soccer 2018 World Cup to boost Russian infrastructure: Putin

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is confident that holding the 2018 Soccer World Cup in Russia will give a powerful boost to infrastructure development in the European part of Russia.

Russia urges North Korea to restart nuke talks

Russia's foreign minister has urged North Korea to return to six-nation disarmament talks on Pyongyang's nuclear programmes.

Al Qaeda trained Tajik terrorist arrested in Russia

Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) has arrested a suspected Al Qaeda trained international terrorist, who is wanted in Tajikistan for alleged involvement in terrorist activities,from the country's

Russia delays TN projects

After the US and France, Russia has expressed concern over some clauses of the nuclear liability law, leading to delay in finalising contracts for building two more atomic power plants at Kudankulam i

Russian military opens door for foreigners

Even as President Dmitry Medvedev announced a three-fold increase in the basic pay of the servicemen, the defence ministry has opened the doors for foreigners to join the Russian Armed Forces.

Soyuz crew land safely on earth from ISS

A Russian cosmonaut and two Nasa astronauts came safely back to Earth from the International Space Station in a Soyuz capsule Friday, Russian Mission Control said.

WikiLeaks release could hurt Russia-US ties: report

New files about to be dumped onto the Internet by WikiLeaks contain embarrassing diplomatic cables that could harm Moscow's relations with Washington, the Kommersant newspaper reported Friday.

Helicopter crash kills seven in Russia

A Russian helicopter caught fire and crashed in Siberia on Thursday killing seven people and injuring three, investigators said in a statement.

Russia warns against escalation of Korean tensions: official

Russia on Tuesday warned against an escalation of tensions after North Korea fired artillery shells onto a South Korean border island, a foreign ministry official told Interfax.

Russia opens tiger summit to save the big cat

Russia on Sunday called for global efforts to avert extinction of tigers as wildlife activists and officials from 13 countries, including India, opened a summit today in St.

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