Russian actions in the Arctic region, especially those involving China's geopolitical rival India, are raising the stakes for commerce and security in the potentially lucrative region.
A teenage gunman shot dead at least 20 people and injured 40 more before killing himself at a technical college where he was a student in Russian-annexed Crimea.
The Russian Investigative Committee says an 18-year-old student identified as Vladislav Roslyakov arrived a vocational college in the Crimean city of Kerch with a rifle and killed 19 people.
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The Syrian conflict has become a platform for Russia to demonstrate its new assertiveness across the Middle East. Moscow has also used the Syrian war to advertise its new weapon technology to the world’s arms market, experts say.
A journalist recounts his harrowing experience of 'Black October' and asks why Russians choose to forget the dark episode of Russian history.
India has requested that the US grant it a waiver for the deal from sanctions prescribed by a US law passed in August 2017 that is intended to punish Russia for its annexation of Crimea and alleged interference in the 2016 US elections.
Indictments announced as Dutch security services said they had thwarted a cyber attack on the global chemical weapons watchdog, the OPCW involving Russian suspects and after Britain and Australia blamed the GRU for global hacking plots.
A US State Department representative has urged "all of our allies and partners to forgo transactions with Russia that would trigger sanctions," as India and Russia plan to ink missile deal on Thursday, October 4.
Russian defence minister Sergei Shoigu says Moscow has delivered four S-300 launchers along with radars and support vehicles to Syria and that it will take three months to train Syrian personnel to operate the system.
"The value of the contract will be more than $5 billion," says Yury Ushakov, Russian President Vladimir Putin's top foreign policy aide.
Turkey and Germany seek a reset in their relationship as they confront a common set of economic and security issues.
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