Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr and Vice Chairman Mark Warner spoke to reporters on Tuesday afternoon to discuss their investigation into allegations that Russia attempted to interfere with the US presidential election.
President Vladimir Putin instructed the Russian government on Wednesday to expedite the preparation of a revised version of a state program on Arctic development.
From now on, Russian troops can enjoy delicious and fresh meals regardless of where they are deployed.
Major-General Dr. Bojan Zrnic, the head of the defense technologies department at the Serbian Defense Ministry, spoke to Sputnik Serbia in an interview explaining why Serbia is set to acquire Russian MiG jet fighter aircraft.
Russia's Investigative Committee has opened a criminal case over the murder of ex-State Duma lawmaker Denis Voronenkov in Kiev, a source close to investigators told Sputnik on Wednesday.
Victor Kladov, director of international cooperation and regional policy at Rostec State Corporation, spoke with Sputnik in an interview saying that Russia is gaining popularity among the countries that it has never cooperated with before but are now “literally knocking on [their] door.” One such country is the Philippines.
Investments in Russia's fuel and energy sector in the Arctic for the next 20 years are estimated at $400-600 billion, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Wednesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin landed on Wednesday on an island of Franz Joseph Land, far off Russia’s northwestern coast, a Sputnik correspondent reported.
The warships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet are carrying out missile-firing drills in Crimea, Russia's Black Sea Fleet spokesman said Wednesday.
Three people have been detained in an operation to uncover a Hizb ut-Tahrir (terrorist organization banned in Russia) cell in Russia, the Federal Security Service (FSB) said Wednesday.
The US intends to work with Russia on the Arctic shipping, US Ambassador to Russia John Tefft said at an international Arctic forum Wednesday.
Norway admits to have "tested" Russia at the height of the asylum crisis in 2015 by sending incoming refugees back and forth across the Norwegian-Russian border. This decision by the Norwegian government exacerbated the already dramatic situation in the far northern border region.
The Russian Helicopters company will showcase the Arctic version of its civil helicopter at the "Arctic: Territory of Dialogue" forum, the company's press service said Wednesday.
Russia will open the Barneo camp near the North Pole in April, Russia's special presidential representative for international cooperation in the Arctic and Antarctic regions told Sputnik in an interview.
Tsunami warning was issued after a strong earthquake hit off the coast of Russia's Far Eastern Region of Kamchatka, Russian Science Academy's geophysical survey reported.
Russia's military has conducted a large scale artillery field training in the country's Far East, spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry's Eastern Military District said Wednesday.
Ever since Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election in the US, the anti-Russia witch hunt in Washington hasn’t stopped, with accusations of hacking, surveillance and interference being hurled from every direction.
Serbia with Moscow’s aid is set to modernize its air force fleet, though apart from relying on Russia’s MiG jet fighter aircraft it also depends on its own potential, which it accumulated since the time of Yugoslavia.
The amount of Western coverage of last week's rallies in Russia was greater than the scale of these protests, Margarita Simonyan, the editor-in-chief of the Sputnik news agency, said Tuesday.
Over 40 percent of Russian industrial computers protected by Kaspersky software faced cyberattacks in the second half of 2016, the Kaspersky Lab cybersecurity company said Tuesday.
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