Estonia's consul to Saint Petersburg has been detained for activities "incompatible with the status of a diplomatic worker" and "openly hostile" to Russia, the FSB security service said.
More than 200 people showed up outside the headquarters of the FSB security services carrying placards and moving in single file as required by authorities for unauthorised demonstrations.
Venues for Champions League finals in 2021, 2022, 2023 revealed at UEFA's executive committee meeting in Slovenian capital Ljubljana.
From the Pacific Ocean to the Baltic Sea across 11 time zones, Russia's electorate went to cast their votes in a presidential election that Vladimir Putin is widely expected to win.
The crocodile was found in the basement of the building in which a military re-enactment enthusiast lived and kept his apparently illegal historical weapons cache.
Russian officials say the blast was caused by a “homemade explosive device with the power equivalent to 200 grammes of TNT filled with lethal fragments."
Russia is struggling to chart a path towards reconciling the Bolshevik Revolution while not glorifying it as a means of political change.
The armed uprising began on October 25, 1917 – which according to the modern-day Gregorian calendar is November 7 – after a shot was fired at the Winter Palace by the Aurora cruiser ship.
Several arrests were made as authorities carried out raids on acquaintances of suspected metro bomber Akbarzhon Jalilov. Explosives similar to the unexploded bomb found on Monday were also recovered during searches.
The people of St Petersburg have been united by their sorrow, but underneath their pain lies a resilience in the face of an unspeakable act.
The deadly blast that struck a busy metro station in Saint Petersburg earlier this week, is not the first of its kind in the world's largest nation.
The blast hit a metro train in Russia's second largest city, St Petersburg.
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