MOSCOW Russia and China accused the United States on Tuesday of stoking military tensions by testing a ground-launched cruise missile, but the foreign ministry in Moscow said it would not be drawn into an arms race.
MOSCOW Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday bestowed top state honours on two pilots for courage and heroism after they safely landed a packed passenger plane in a cornfield near Moscow as its engines were failing.
MOSCOW, Aug 16 A Russian pilot who landed a
passenger plane in a cornfield after hitting a flock of birds
said he was no hero despite the Kremlin lauding him for saving
the lives of 233 people.
MOSCOW An ecologist in northern Russia said on Thursday the state nuclear agency Rosatom had committed a crime by carrying out a mysterious test last week close to inhabited areas, which caused a spike in radiation in his native city.
MOSCOW Two Russian pilots safely landed an airliner carrying 233 people in a cornfield outside Moscow after striking a flock of birds, prompting the Kremlin to hail them as heroes who will receive top state awards. | Video
MOSCOW The Kremlin said on Wednesday Russia must be vigilant in protecting its industrial secrets against foreign intelligence services after scientists criticised new restrictions on them meeting foreigners.
MOSCOW The Kremlin boasted on Tuesday it was winning the race to develop new cutting edge nuclear weapons despite a mysterious rocket accident last week in northern Russia that caused a temporary spike in radiation levels. | Video
MOSCOW The Kremlin on Tuesday shrugged off five weeks of street protests in support of free elections in Moscow, saying the situation had not warranted comment from President Vladimir Putin and voicing strong support for the tough police response.
MOSCOW, Aug 13 The Kremlin boasted on Tuesday it
was winning the race to develop new cutting edge nuclear weapons
despite a mysterious rocket accident last week in northern
Russia that caused a temporary spike in radiation levels.
MOSCOW Russia's top nuclear official promised on Monday to succeed in developing new weapons as he paid tribute to five scientists killed in what U.S. experts suspect was the botched test of a new missile vaunted by President Vladimir Putin. | Video