A small business jet without passengers crashed at a Moscow airport. The jet operated by a Swiss company caught fire on take-off with three crew members and no passengers on board.
A court of Los Angeles has sentenced two former Soviet Union citizens to death penalty for abducting and killing five Russian migrants. It has marked the first death sentence to be issued from a federal court in Los Angeles in more than 50 years.
President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of 'playing the anti-Russian card' to solve its domestic problems and secure more substantial defense spending.
A Russian company that represents EMI Music has won a copyright case in Moscow court against the Russian web-site that is selling music for $0.1 per song, the first time a semi-legal Russian MP3 site was brought to justice.
U.S. automaker Ford was forced to halt production at its plant near Russia's second largest city of St. Petersburg due to strike, the company said on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
Russia will never get involved in any efforts that could undermine world energy markets, the country's President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday, Feb. 13, commenting on a possibility of forming an international gas cartel.
Sotheby's, the world's second-largest auction house, will $3.9 million in Russian modern and contemporary art at a London auction on Thursday, Feb. 15. This is Sotheby's first sale devoted to Russian contemporary art since 1988, when it sold $4 million worth in Moscow.
Acting Turkmen leader Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov was sworn in as new president Wednesday at a session of the country's highest legislative body.
An passenger jet crashed at Moscow's Vnukovo airport on Tuesday, Russian news agencies reported, saying there were apparently only crew members aboard.
Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus has called on the EU to present a common front to Russia on matters of energy and democracy during a visit to the United States.