Eurovision organizers fine Ukraine for failing to adequately fulfil obligationsWorld June 29, 18:51
Putin hails growing ties between Russia and GermanyRussian Politics & Diplomacy June 29, 18:25
Russia’s future orbital station to have no service life limitScience & Space June 29, 18:21
Relatives of defendants in Nemtsov murder case to appeal to ECHRSociety & Culture June 29, 17:46
Russian shipyard may equip exported warships with latest air defense missile/gun systemMilitary & Defense June 29, 17:24
EU envoys ratify Ukraine Association AgreementWorld June 29, 17:15
Russian opera star Hvorostovsky cancels Vienna season concertsSociety & Culture June 29, 16:30
Samantha Smith: 10-year-old Goodwill Ambassador that embraced warmth during the Cold WarSociety & Culture June 29, 16:29
Paris sees new opportunities for dialogue on Syria with MoscowWorld June 29, 16:27
SAMARA, October 25. /TASS/. A tram came under fire in the centre of Samara, Russia’s sixth largest city on the Volga River, 700 miles to the southeast of Moscow, the local police said on Saturday.
There were five people in the tram when the driver heard some claps and a sound of broken glass. She stopped the tram to discover a broken window and a hole in another.
No-one of the passengers was hurt.
The police say fire was allegedly opened from a pneumatic weapon.
A search for suspects is underway.