Interest rates will be lowered from 14% to 11% from Friday.
The unverified number is likely to include 2,439 Azovstal defenders who surrendered last week.
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Moscow's army has plotted a slow but steady course deeper into Ukraine's eastern Donbas region since withdrawing forces from central and northern regions.
A petition created by residents alleges the authorities have done little to protect them from shelling and that they live in “permanent fear.”
The Russian president's appearance at a military hospital is his first visit with troops wounded in Moscow's campaign in Ukraine.
Moscow will stop enforcing fines for Covid-19 violations amid economic strife from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The move comes amid speculation Moscow could establish permanent control over areas it has seized in Ukraine.
The United States on Tuesday ended an exemption allowing Moscow to make the payments in dollars held in Russia.
“It shows only one side of the history,” said one visitor.
Officials announced that Russia would create a new system designed to meet “national interests.”
Russia is now focused on expanding its gains in eastern Donbas, home to pro-Russian separatists, as well as the southern coast.
"1984" has constantly appeared in Russian anti-war protests, even drawing official ire.
The move will allow first-time recruits over the age of 40 to join the Russian Armed Forces.
The sportswear brand decided not to extend its deals in Russia due to “operational difficulties.”
Moldova's pro-Russian former president Igor Dodon was detained on suspicion of treason and corruption.
The UN has urged Russia to release grain stuck in Ukrainian ports due to Moscow's military campaign.
Russia reportedly imported between $5 billion and $10 billion worth of goods last month.
"Names are associated with a certain nation or country. What is being done by this country, we can all see," declared engineer Laryssa Vassylchenko.
If confirmed, retired general Kanamat Botashev joins a growing list of high-ranking Russian officers believed to have been killed in Ukraine.
"We are not rushing to meet deadlines," Russia's Security Council Secretary said.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said the decision was taken "on a reciprocal basis" after Britain sanctioned nearly all of its senators.
Danish national Dennis Christensen has been in Russian jail since 2017.
Russia is now focused on securing and expanding its gains in Donbas and the southern coast.
Russian blogger Michael Nacke said he was accused of "calling a war a war."
The statement comes amid growing signals that Russia could permanently occupy Ukrainian territories it has captured.
The consultancy giant's former Russian partner will operate independently under the name Business Solutions and Technologies.
Navalny used his speech in court to condemn the Kremlin and its military campaign in Ukraine.
Experts say the ruble's recent rise in value to four-year highs after plummeting following the invasion of Ukraine hurts Russia’s finances.
The expected request is the latest example of Russia strengthening its grip on occupied Ukrainian territories.
Roughly 5,000 schoolchildren were given the title “All-Russian Pioneers” to mark the Soviet youth organization's 100th anniversary.
"Never have I been so ashamed of my country."
"The Russian military is fighting this with a cobbled together force of unit fragments," said one analyst.
The U.S. coffee giant has had a presence in Russia since 2007.
The state charity that distributes Trikafta to child patients is facing logistical issues due to sanctions over Ukraine.
Some fear that the on-camera apology may have been forced.
All 2,439 prisoners from the Azovstal site are reportedly within the separatist Donetsk People’s Republic.
Karin Kneissl made headlines when she danced with Putin at her 2018 wedding.
The data undermines Kremlin claims that Russia is conducting a small-scale “special operation” in Ukraine.
Vadim Shishimarin, 21, pleaded guilty to fatally shooting an elderly civilian in the early days of the war.
The local governor said Russian forces were using scorched earth tactics in the eastern Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk.
The groups are thought to have participated in the war between pro-Russia separatists and Kyiv in eastern Ukraine in 2014.
Moscow will consider exchanging prisoners from Ukraine's Azov battalion for Viktor Medvedchuk, a wealthy Ukrainian businessman close to President Vladimir Putin.
After weeks of siege and strikes much of the city on the coast of the Sea of Azov has been reduced to a wasteland.
“We believe that the Russian invasion of Ukraine will bring about the fall of the empire,” said one ethnic rights activist.
The list includes U.S. President Joe Biden, Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg and Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman.
Moscow's flattening of Mariupol has drawn multiple accusations of war crimes.