Hungary to step up work on Paks nuclear power plant in cooperation with RosatomBusiness & Economy January 23, 13:20
Russia to develop 5th-generation medium-range anti-aircraft missile systemMilitary & Defense January 23, 13:19
Russia ready to consider Trump’s proposals on combating terror — LavrovRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 23, 13:16
Putin’s spokesman says still early to speak of 2018 presidential election in RussiaRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 23, 13:11
Kremlin spokesman says telephone conversation between Putin, Trump under considerationRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 23, 13:01
Press review: Trump's inauguration speech and CIA releases secret Cold War documentsPress Review January 23, 13:00
Russian defense contractor prepares Buk-M3 antiaircraft missile systems for exportsMilitary & Defense January 23, 12:35
Italy’s Berlusconi welcomes Trump’s call for closer ties with RussiaWorld January 23, 12:32
Moldova's leader plans to cancel agreement on establishing NATO Liaison Office in ChisinauWorld January 23, 12:15
STRASBOURG, July 25. /ITAR-TASS reporter Ilya Baranov/. The European Court of Human Rights / ECHR / doesn’t consider the criminal case of former Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky and ex-head of the Menatep International Financial Association Platon Lebedev politically motivated. This has been stated in a resolution released today by the Strasbourg Court.
"As criminal prosecution lies in the center of this case, the Court doesn’t consider this a violation of Article 18 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms", the resolution states.