Islamic countries refuse to hinder Russia’s economic growth
Russia and Islamic nations defy Western sanctions, forging strong economic partnerships and expanding trade opportunities.
Russian car sales triple
Consumers are buying more domestic and Chinese brands amid the exodus of Western and Japanese automakers, statistics show
Putin approves punishment stripping Russians who threatened national security of citizenship
New law stipulates conditions for obtaining, terminating Russian citizenship
Russia accuses West of turning Ukraine into ‘radioactive landfill’
British supplies of depleted uranium munitions show the “ruthlessness” of Western policy in Ukraine, Moscow has said
Exclusive: Pakistan places first order for discounted Russian crude oil
The deal will see Pakistan buy crude oil only, not refined fuels, and imports are expected to reach 100,000 barrels per day if the first transaction goes through smoothly, Minister Musadik Malik told Reuters on Wednesday night.
Putin accuses Western spies of role in ‘terror attacks’ in Russia
Putin spoke at a meeting of the Kremlin's security council dedicated to ensuring law and order in four Ukrainian territories he claimed to have annexed last year.
Russian military blogger killed in St Petersburg cafe blast
Tatarsky, whose real name is Maxim Fomin, has more than 500,000 followers on Telegram and is in favour of Russia’s campaign in Ukraine. The explosion occurred at “Street Food Bar No. 1” in the city centre.
US urges Americans to leave Russia ‘immediately’
The call was prompted by the arrest of a WSJ correspondent in Russia on espionage charges
Putin may visit Türkiye – Erdogan
The Turkish president hopes his Russian counterpart will attend the opening of a nuclear plant
Pentagon begins redeployment to deter Russia and China – WSJ
The US Defense Department will move newer attack aircraft to Europe and the Pacific, the newspaper reports
Iran and Russia to expand energy cooperation – Official
Tehran wants stronger economic ties with Moscow amid Western sanctions, according to its economy minister