Supreme Court to decide on release of secret Mueller evidence, after election
The US Supreme Court agreed Thursday to decide whether Democrats in Congress can access politically explosive evidence underlying the investigation into alleged collusion between President Donald Trump's election campaign and Russia.
Russian voters back reforms allowing Putin to stay until 2036
Russians overwhelmingly approved a package of constitutional changes in a nationwide vote, partial results showed Wednesday, allowing President Vladimir Putin to potentially extend his two-decade rule until 2036.
Russia touts coronavirus vaccine tested on troops, eyes global market
Russia on Monday said it was preparing to supply its coronavirus vaccine to the global market, with its military...
Russia's opposition flounders as Putin changes constitution
Russia's opposition is denouncing this week's vote on President Vladimir Putin's constitutional reforms as a joke...
Nigeria to launch new satellite to replace NigeriaSat-2
Nigeria Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) has announced that the country is working on launching a new satellite to replace NigeriaSat-2.
Russians cast early votes in ballot to extend Putin's rule
Russians were casting early ballots Thursday in a nationwide vote on constitutional reforms that could see President Vladimir Putin remain in power until 2036.
US ex-marine will not appeal Russian espionage verdict
A former US marine convicted of espionage in Russia this month will not appeal, his lawyer told news agencies Tuesday, and hopes instead to be exchanged in a prisoner swap.
Russia accuses 'aggressive' US of starting arms race in space
Russia on Friday said the new space strategy unveiled by the US this week was "aggressive," accusing Washington of seeing space as a place to wage war.