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Russia cuts all electricity supplies to Belarus. Relaunches propaganda war.
Russia's electricity monopoly says it will cut all electricity supplies to Belarus at midnight unless the country repays its debt. Is Russia tired of propping up Lukashenko's regime?
Russia convicts Alexander Poteyev, in absentia, of handing over Anna Chapman and her fellow spies to the CIA.
Report says Russia might be taking steps to ease the case against investor William Browder.
Reports say Medvedev and Kim Jong Il might meet in Russia next week.
Report: Crew member on Russian jet got drunk during fatal flight.
President Medvedev says he likes the idea of appointing St Petersburg Governor Valentina Matviyenko to speaker of the Federation Council.
Wendy's opens its first Moscow shop. Brazil and China: you're next.
A study finds that Russians prefer traditional healing methods. Think: vodka, leeches, honey and faith. Consult your doctor before mixing.
Police in the Russian city of Samara detain four soccer fans as they investigate a second racist taunt against Brazilian Roberto Carlos.
Russia complains to Bulgaria over the defacing of a Soviet-era monument. According to reports in Bulgaria, the statue has already been scrubbed clean of superheroes.
Tourism to Russia falls far below its potential.
A Moscow court throws out a defamation case brought by Nashi founder Vassily Yakemenko against beaten journalist Oleg Kashin.
A Tu-134 jet operated by local airline RusAir crashes before landing in Petrozavodsk, killing 44 and injuring eight. Was bad infrastructure to blame?
President Dmitry Medvedev gives a wide-ranging interview to the Financial Times. He won't reveal if he's running for president, but admits he's a big fan of Obama's.
Yelena Bonner, an eminent Soviet-era dissident and widow of Nobel Prize winner Andrei Sakharov, dies in Boston at the age of 88.
Russia seeks foreign investment at an annual economic forum in St Petersburg. The city's police seek something else.
Ramzan Kadyrov, leader of Chechnya, has a bad day. He loses a court case against a leading human rights defender and says bye-bye to his soccer club's superstar manager.
Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, the former head of Russia's republic of Kalmykia, flies to Libya for a game of chess with Gaddafi. And the world keeps turning.