Investigators say the 45-year-old man returned with a hunting rifle following a domestic dispute between the guests
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(UPDATED) Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte arrives with his official delegation and contingent of businessmen for a 4-day visit to Russia
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A month after declining an honorary doctorate degree from the University of the Philippines (UP), Duterte is expected to accept one from Russia's elite school for diplomats
The State Department confirms the visit and says Tillerson will discuss 'Ukraine, counterterrorism efforts, bilateral relations and other issues, including the DPRK (North Korea) and Syria'
(UPDATED) A Moscow district court orders Navalny to serve 15 days in jail after having found him guilty of disobeying police orders
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The rebel assault on Friday, October 28, comes more than 3 months into a government siege of eastern Aleppo, where more than 250,000 people live
With no let-up in Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's onslaught on eastern Aleppo, the sides will look at how to revive the short-lived ceasefire
The Syrian Observatory for human rights says 90 soldiers were killed in the US-led air strikes
Kiev is also facing various lawsuits that add up to tens of billions of dollars and may take months or years to resolve
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(UPDATED) One adult also drowns in the incident in Lake Syamozero, while 4 others are missing
Poland accuses Russia of downing a Polish presidential jet in 2010 in what it calls an act of "terrorism," sparking an immediate retort from Moscow
(UPDATED) Kiev has long insisted there must be a total cessation of hostilities in the country's restive east before holding the polls
Turkey Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and activists say 300,000 people are isolated in Aleppo after the rebels' main supply route from Turkey was severed by regime forces backed by Russian warplanes
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Relations between Moscow and Tokyo have been strained for decades because of some islands in the Kuril chain, known as the Northern Territories in Japan
Thirty empty planes would be sent to Hurghada and another 14 to Sharm El-Sheikh where a total of 78,000 Russian tourists are staying
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'This information cannot be considered accurate', according to the Russian transport minister
Russia says its airforce had destroyed 1,623 "terrorist targets" in Syria since it launched a bombing campaign a month ago to support forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad
Moscow denies it had colluded to win the right to host the 2018 World Cup after suspended FIFA head Sepp Blatter alleged a backroom deal saw Russia scoop the tournament
Russian jets struck 94 targets in war-torn Syria over the past 24 hours, the highest one-day tally since the Kremlin began its month-old bombing campaign, the Russian defense ministry said Monday, October 26.
UN agencies such as the World Food Programme would be affected by the ban as they do not have necessary accreditation
Turkish President Recep Tayyid Erdogan calls Moscow's bombing campaign in Syria 'unacceptable' and a 'grave mistake'
'We would welcome a common platform for collective action against the terrorists,' says Russian President Vladimir Putin
The decision signals a newfound willingness to engage with Russia, after months of giving Vladimir Putin the cold shoulder over his actions in Ukraine and Syria
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko warns that Russia is harboring 'imperialist' ambitions under Putin and trying to seize back former tsarist and Soviet lands
'I have some good news. There has been no shooting on the front for a week, says Ukranian President Petro Poroshenko in televised remarks. 'This is the first week that the Minsk agreements are being implemented'
Ukraine's foreign minister says forces were intensifying their activities in Shyrokine, a flashpoint village 10 kilometers (6 miles) from the government-held port
Investigators probing the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 say they had identified pieces that "possibly" come from a Russian-made BUK missile from eastern Ukraine, where the plane crashed
Georgia decries Moscow's "creeping annexation" of its territory after Russian border guards moved border markers further into Tbilisi-controlled area, leaving a portion of an international oil pipeline in territory under Russian control
Russin President Vladimir Putin is among the first leaders that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called to discuss his country's resounding 'No' vote to a bailout plan
But separatists warn that 'unilateral demilitarization' by their side may not be enough to establish a lasting peace
The rebels and Moscow accuse the Ukrainian military of shooting the jet out of the sky
Installing land-missiles in Europe is a more aggressive step 'at the far end of the spectrum,' a defense official says
'We are either looking at a return to a deepening intractable conflict or a momentary upsurge in parts of the conflict zone. We cannot afford either scenario,' says UN political chief Jeffrey Feltman
Russia's defense ministry says the two were once members of the armed forces but had been demobilized by the time they crossed into the Ukrainian war zone nearly two months ago
Ukraine has charged the captured men with involvement in 'terrorist activity' and promised to release them should they fully confess during a public trial
(UPDATED) Kiev shows off two purported Russian soldiers it captured during a gun battle with separatist fighters. Kiev's ability to prove the Kremlin's direct involvement in fighting that has caused 6,250 deaths in the past 13 months would put additional pressure on Moscow