Russia says it "chased off" a U.S. Navy ship in contested territory in the Sea of Japan, according to the Defense Ministry in Moscow.
The fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of Azerbaijanis and Armenians who call Russia home.
This election season has brought a series of computer hacks and disinformation efforts. How do we distinguish between a real threat and a minor distraction?
It is "reasonable to conclude," the EU says, "that the poisoning of Alexei Navalny was only possible with the consent of the Presidential Executive Office."
The announcement comes two months after the Russian leader touted "registration" of what was billed as the world's first SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. But neither drug has completed large-scale human trials.
The conflict over the disputed territory that broke away more than two decades ago appears to rage on despite the truce brokered by Moscow over the weekend.
A poll published in September found only 23% of Russians have a positive view of Trump and 43% have a negative one. Also, 55% of respondents said they were hearing about Biden for the very first time.
Dozens of service members on both sides reportedly have been killed in violence that began Sunday in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. The conflict has the potential to draw in NATO ally Turkey.
The social media companies said the accounts and pages were linked to Russian actors that had launched "hack-and-leak" operations to hurt Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
Speaking to NPR from Lithuania, the challenger to longtime President Alexander Lukashenko says "women understood that they are leaders" in the struggle.
Earlier this year, Alexander Lukashenko had tried to offset Kremlin pressure by pursuing rapprochement with Western nations. Now he is directing attacks toward the West and has turned to Russia again.
Alexei Navalny, one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's most prominent critics, was poisoned by an unknown substance from a group of drugs that affect the nervous system, doctors say.
Doctors in Siberia have reversed their initial decision, that it would be risky to move Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny His family says Navalny was poisoned.
Navalny is unconscious and on a ventilator, according to his spokeswoman. The Vladimir Putin critic became ill during a commercial flight. His personal doctor wants him to be treated in Europe.
The country's scattered opposition is regaining its footing after President Alexander Lukashenko unleashed his security forces on protesters during four nights of unprecedented violence.