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G7 leaders threaten Russia with sanctions over Alexei Navalny's death

Moscow/IBNS/UNI: The leaders of the G7 countries have pledged to impose sanctions on Russia in connection with the death of the country's opposition figure Alexei Navalny, according to a joint statement.

Over 400 detained in Russia for paying tributes to President Vladimir Putin's key opponent Alexei Navalny

Rights group OVD-Info on Saturday claimed more than 400 people were detained by Russian authorities for paying tributes to President Vladimir Putin's key opponent Alexei Navalny across various cities in the country.

Ukraine-Russia crisis: Drone hits Moscow building, no casualty

A drone has hit an under-construction building in Russia's Moscow city, said  Mayor Sergey Sobyanin on Telegram.

Four Ukrainian drones intercepted: Russian Defence Ministry

Russian Defence Ministry on Tuesday said four Ukrainian drones were intercepted before they could target the nation.

Moscow bars entry of 54 British citizens from entering Russia

The Russian government has barred 54 British citizens from entering the country, media reports said.

Russia shoots down two Ukrainian drones, says Moscow Mayor

Russia on Wednesday said they shot down two Ukrainian drones which were moving towards Moscow, the latest in a surge of drone attacks on the Russian capital.

Ukraine-Russia Conflict: Moscow Mayor says drone strikes same skyscraper which was targeted previously

Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin on Tuesday said a military drone hit the same skyscraper in the city that was targeted earlier.

Russia says Ukraine drone attack damages two buildings in Moscow, briefly shuts airport

Moscow: Russia on Sunday accused Ukraine of carrying out a drone attack on Moscow city which damaged two buildings and even forced authorities to shut down the city's airport temporarily.

Russia claims drone strikes hit two non-residential buildings in Moscow

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin claimed drone strikes hit two non-residential buildings in the Russian capital on Monday.

Renowned Investigative Journalist Severely Beaten in Chechnya, Hospitalized in Moscow

Moscow/IBNS: Award-winning Russian investigative journalist Elena Milashina was brutally attacked in the restive republic of Chechnya. Milashina, known for her fearless reporting on human rights abuses in the region, is currently in a "difficult" condition in a Moscow hospital, according to her editor at Novaya Gazeta.

Russia: Buildings damaged by drone attack in Moscow

Moscow: Several buildings were slightly damaged by a drone attack in Moscow early Tuesday, Russia's RIA Novosti reported, citing Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin.

Belarus President rushed to Moscow hospital after meeting with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin: Reports

Moscow/IBNS: Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko was rushed to a hospital in Moscow after meeting his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, American weekly news magazine Newsweek reported citing the Belarusian opposition leader.

Kremlin says becoming obvious West cannot justify freezing Russian assets by Int'l law

Moscow, Apr 14 (UNI) It becomes obvious that it is impossible for the West to justify the freezing of Russia's assets by the norms of international law, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday.

Amsterdam to cut down Russian diplomatic mission: Dutch foreign minister

Moscow: The Netherlands has said it has decided to reduce the size of the Russian diplomatic mission in Amsterdam alleging that Moscow  sends spies instead of diplomatic workers, Dutch Foreign Minister Wopke Hoekstra said on Saturday.

Over 50 foreign airlines flying to Moscow: Russian Transport Minister

Moscow/UNI: More than 50 airline companies from 27 countries are currently operating flights to Moscow amid Western sanctions, Russian Transport Minister Vitaly Savelyev said Thursday.