400 police killed in 5 years in Russian province
Russia arrests Polish reporters at plane wreckage
Soviet coup plotter Yanayev dies at 73
MOSCOW — Gennady Yanayev, a leader of the abortive 1991 Soviet coup who briefly declared himself president replacing Mikhail Gorbachev, has died at age 73, Russia’s Communist Party announced Friday.
Islamists claim responsibility for Russian bombing
Attacks in southern Russia kill 2 police, wound 5
Suicide attack in Russia kills 9, wounds over 100
Car explodes near Russian market; 5 dead
ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia — A car exploded Thursday near the central market of a major city in Russia’s restive North Caucasus region, killing at least five people and wounding 20, officials said.
Russian minister: Slow response let fires spread
3 killed in suicide attack on Russian base
5 killed in suicide attack on Russian base
8 killed in latest wave of Russian forest fires
Zebra-painted horses walk Moscow intersections
5 killed in latest wave of Russian forest fires
4 killed in Russian forest fires
MOSCOW — Russia’s emergencies ministry says forest fires in the country’s south have killed four people.
Suicide blaze kills 9 in Russian nursing home
Russian nursing home fire kills 9 people
MOSCOW — A blaze killed nine people at a Russian nursing home on Monday and investigators say it apparently started when an elderly resident doused himself in gasoline and set himself on fire.
9 dead in Russian nursing home fire
MOSCOW — A fire broke out early Monday at a Russian nursing home, killing nine people, and emergency officials said the blaze may have been started by a resident setting himself on fire.
14 militants, 2 policeman killed in Russia
14 militants, 1 policeman killed in Russia
Summary Box: Wheat up as Russian drought lingers
2 Russian border guards, 1 civilian dead in south
1 Russian border guard dead, another missing
Official: Moscow subway attacks plotter killed
Report: Russia leases sub, trains Indian navy crew
Wheat jumps on fears about Russia’s fall crop
Russia gives plane crash evidence to Poland
Wheat again rising as Ukraine weighs export limits
Smog lingers over Russian capital
MOSCOW — The number of wildfires in Russia has shrunk significantly, but clouds of acrid smog generated by them still hung over the Russian capital Wednesday.
Russian cruise ship collides with barge
MOSCOW — A Russian cruise ship carrying hundreds of U.S. and German tourists collided with a barge on the Volga River on Wednesday, but no one was hurt, officials said.
Car bombing wounds 23 in Russia’s south
ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia — A car bomb exploded outside a cafe in a restive region of southern Russia on Tuesday, injuring 23 people, police said.
Car bombing wounds 20 in Russia’s south
ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia — A parked car exploded outside a cafe in southern Russia on Tuesday, injuring at least 20 people, police said.
15 people wounded in explosion in Russia’s south
Smog again creeps into Russian capital
MOSCOW — Smoke from wildfires around Moscow has returned to some parts of the Russian capital even though firefighters have scored successes in containing the blazes, officials said Tuesday.
Official: Russian disaster sign of global warming
Russian wildfires shrink as cold front advances
Poisonous smog returns to Moscow
MOSCOW — The poisonous smog that contributed to a higher death rate in Moscow last week returned to Russia’s capital Sunday, officials said.
Fire situation improves around Moscow
MOSCOW — The number of wildfires in the Moscow region fell sharply overnight, but hundreds of blazes continued to rage in other areas of Russia, and officials warned Saturday that some of them are in hard-to-reach regions.