Asked about US President Joe Biden’s remarks, President Vladimir Putin charged they reflect the troubled past of US, pointing to atomic bombing of Japan, history of slaughtering Native Americans and slavery.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and other Serbian officials reacted furiously to a social media post by the Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson ridiculing Vucic sitting across US President Donald Trump at his Oval Office table.
Iran's use of the George Floyd protests to hit back at American exceptionalism could reap dividends.
Russian interference in Uzbekistan has led for a push to adopt Russian as an official language, but the move is having the opposite effect.
Russian national Maria Butina, who was jailed in the United States in April after admitting to working as a Russian agent, arrived in Moscow, greeted by her father and Russian journalists who handed her flowers.
Russia is holding live missile drills and flight missions in the Norwegian and Barents seas at a time when NATO is conducting its largest drill in the region since Cold War.
Russia's Foreign Ministry said on Friday it had every reason to believe Kiev was responsible for the death of eastern Ukraine rebel leader Alexander Zakharchenko.
The US government says it will not accept Russia's annexation of the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine.
The Organisation of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said on Saturday the mission visited "one of the sites" in Douma, where at least 40 killed in a suspected gas attack on April 7, and would draft a report based on the findings.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said in a statement Moscow's behaviour is "destabilising and dangerous," while allies in the West condemned the nerve agent attack and called on Russia to "address all questions" related to the issue.
"Have they started blaming Russia yet for the Washington staff changes?" Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova tells reporters, while Germany's deputy foreign minister expresses concern at the departure of Rex Tillerson.
Prime Minister Theresa May said it is "highly likely" that Moscow was responsible for the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter. Russia called May's statement a "circus show."
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