The move is a sign of limits on the social network's ability to be a platform for opposition movements.
After Crimea, the Russian president’s approval ratings are sky-high. But the West is newly united against him.
The Russian president promised better times but warned the West not to try to “chain” Russia.
Russia’s ruble stabilized Wednesday, but declining living standards promise an uncertain future.
Vladimir Putin’s basic bargain with Russian voters — unchallenged power for economic prosperity — is in danger of unraveling.
5 questions answered about Russia’s plunging currency
Russia’s deepening economic troubles could spur efforts to end the uprising by pro-Moscow rebels.
Russia needs India more than India needs it. And President Obama also is knocking on New Delhi’s front door.
Watchdog agency warns news and entertainment Web site over its Chechnya coverage.
The violence in the Chechen capital conjured up memories of the worst years of the conflict during the 1990s.