Troops from around the world gathered in the Siberian summer to compete in the Russian Army Games, which the Russian military conceived to counter tensions after Russia's invasion of Crimea in 2014. DW's Nicholas Connolly reports from Siberia.
Black Monday was followed by an even blacker Tuesday. Sparked by new US sanctions, Russia's stock market looks unlikely to recover from its crash anytime soon. What does it mean for everyday people?
The long-serving governor of Russia's Kemerovo region, Aman Tuleyev, has resigned after a fire in the regional capital killed scores of people. He said he could no longer continue his work with "such a heavy burden."
Dozens of people are dead and at least 11 people are missing after a blaze at a shopping center in the Siberian town of Kemerovo. Russian authorities say the death toll was so high as "serious violations were committed."
Rare earth metals, medication and software: Russia's strongest response yet to United States sanctions is taking shape. Now, Washington and its Western allies are in the crosshairs.
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