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TBILISI, Georgia - Georgia severed diplomatic ties with Moscow on Friday to protest the presence of Russian troops on its territory. Russia said the move would only make things worse.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin speaks during an interview with Germany's ARD television in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, Friday, Aug. 29, 2008. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Friday that Russia will not be isolated over its conduct in Georgia. The Russian prime minister is also warning Europe not to the bidding of the United States
MOSCOW - The five hottest days in the city's recorded history could be summed up by a single image: an ice-cream truck stuck in melted asphalt on a Moscow street.
People take advantage of the heat wave by swimming in a fountain at the Alexandrovsky Garden outside the Kremlin in Moscow, Thursday, May 31, 2007.
NEW YORK - Moscow has eclipsed Tokyo as the world's most expensive city, a new survey says. The Russian capital moved up three spots from a year ago thanks to a recent property boom, according to a survey released Monday, while the Japanese capital slipped to third place due to the weaker yen.
MAKHACHKALA, Russia -- A Chechen militant claimed responsibility for the deadly attacks on the Moscow subway in an Internet message posted Wednesday, hours after two more suicide bombers struck southern Russia in brazen defiance of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
WASHINGTON - President Bush is poised to punish Moscow for its invasion of Georgia by canceling a once-celebrated deal for civilian nuclear cooperation between the U.S. and Russia.
MOSCOW - The concave, snow-covered roof of a large Moscow market collapsed early Thursday, killing at least 47 people and forcing rescuers to clear away concrete slabs and metal beams to reach possible survivors trapped in the wreckage, officials said.
NEW YORK — U.S. transit agencies beefed up security as a precaution Monday following the suicide bombing in Moscow's subway system, sending more police into stations and having officers conduct random inspections of rail yards.
A member of New York's TORCH counterterrorism unit patrols with a dog during the busy morning commute at Grand Central Station in New York, Monday, March 29, 2010.
In the 2007 romantic comedy “Music and Lyrics,” Drew Barrymore stars as a plant-keeper to a washed-up musician (Hugh Grant) who needs to come up with some lyrics fast for a career comeback. Love ensues.
Thirty felines will claw their way into the Mesa Arts Center this weekend for the Moscow Cat Theatre.
When Teresa Clark began a science research class at Chandler’s Hamilton High School, she didn’t realize just how far her young students’ minds could go.
MOSCOW — Russian police broke up anti-Kremlin protests in Moscow and St. Petersburg on Sunday, and detained scores of demonstrators, including several opposition leaders.
MOSCOW - Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert made a surprise trip to Moscow on Thursday to discuss Iran's nuclear program with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who just returned from talks with Iranian leaders in Tehran.
Russia's natural gas monopoly Gazprom headquarters Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2008.
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during a Cabinet meeting in the Moscow Kremlin, Monday.
President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin talk in Putins private residence in Moscow, Russia Sunday.
ZAGREB, Croatia - Both President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin are putting the best face on Washington-Moscow relations at a time of rising tensions.
Pamela Anderson poses after Russia\'s MTV Movie Awards presentation ceremony in Moscow which she hosted, on April 19, 2007.
MOSCOW - A methane explosion tore through a coal mine in southern Siberia, killing 38 miners and injuring seven others, emergency officials said Thursday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures during a nationally televised question-and-answer session in Moscow, Wednesday.