The scandalous Harlem-born rapper, who has been making headlines with her numerous online spats, revealed this summer that she is dating a man born and raised in Russia. It was he who gave her the idea for her new Slavic alias, she admitted.
Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan met in the Russian city of Sochi to discuss an array of issues, with the situation in Syria and the Turkish military operation there expected to be the main topic of their conversation.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Two Russian Tu-95MS strategic bombers made scheduled flights over the neutral waters of the Japan, Yellow and East China seas, South Korea and Japan scrambled fighter jets to escort them, the Russian Defence Ministry said in a statement Tuesday.
The firm is now investigating the cause of the accident and emergency services are currently working at the scene.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Crimea reunited with Russia after nearly 96 percent of voters supported the move in a March 2014 referendum. Moscow has repeatedly stated that Crimea's residents decided to rejoin Russia through a democratic procedure, and that the referendum was conducted in compliance with international law.
The American forces had to abandon their facility at the destroyed airfield as the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) left the area amid intense clashes with the Turkish Army this month.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The meeting between Russian officials and representatives from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has been postponed for an undetermined period as experts continue to study Russia's explanations about suspected manipulation of data from the Moscow anti-doping lab, WADA press service said Monday.
Ballistic and cruise missiles were fired as part of the Grom (Thunder) 2019 strategic exercises led by Russian President, Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Armed Forces Vladimir Putin, the Defence Ministry said on 17 October.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Export Center (REC), Russian banks and African partners will sign an agreement on creating a Russia-Africa commercial payments platform, with its volume estimated at around $5 billion, at the upcoming Russia-Africa Summit, REC Director General Andrei Slepnev said in an interview.
Russia, the United States and Turkey should attempt to strengthen regional security, which has seen a decrease after the start of Ankara's operation in Syria, Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu announced on Monday.
The attackers were using APT34 hackers' "command and control" systems to deploy their own malicious code, Britain’s GCHQ intelligence agency and the US National Security Agency (NSA) claimed in a public advisory.
The military aircraft, created in 1964 still remains faster than any other fighter plane even from the fourth and fifth generations.
The uncomfortable moments that Sergei Lavrov remembers date back to the Soviet era, and more specifically, when the USSR was breaking up in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The UK isn't the only country to feature a 'changing of the guard'; another takes place at the Kremlin.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The number of people killed in a collapse of a dam in the Kuraginsky district of Russia's Krasnoyarsk Territory increased to 15 people, with at least 13 missing, the press service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry said on Saturday.
Last week, Russia's An-12 military transport aircraft made an emergency landing in Koltsovo Airport in the city of Yekaterinburg, Russia over chassis malfunction.
After receiving fabricated news about Russians “bribing” Indians and staging a pro-annexation concert in Washington, the Alaskan governor promised to pass the information on to the intelligence agencies.
Earlier in the day, the regional branch of the Emergencies Ministry said that at 02:00 a. m. on Saturday (23:00 GMT on Friday), a dam on a water reservoir belonging to a gold-mining company collapsed near the settlement of Shchetinkino. The incident resulted in two temporary employee dormitories being flooded.
The find, consisting of rare coins thought to have been stamped sometime between 1682 and 1712, was found at a site about two kilometers northeast of the Kremlin.
Gorbachev was the last General Secretary and President of the Soviet Union, leading the country until its collapse in 1991.