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Russia and Ukraine square off over Crimea `raids`

Russia and Ukraine stepped up security around Crimea on Thursday as tensions soared over accusations by Moscow that Kiev had attempted armed incursions into the disputed peninsula.

Russia accuses Ukraine of armed Crimea incursion, says two killed

Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 in an operation that triggered US and European Union sanctions. 

Russia claims cyber attack plan uncovered

The Russian secret service on Saturday said it uncovered a planned cyber attack against some two dozen government and military organisations.

Emerging markets likely to face further challenges: FSB

The global body, that works towards ensuring financial stability, also cautioned about risks of diminished market liquidity and possible contagion across markets.

FSB eyes new rules to end too-big-to-fail banks

The Financial Stability Board, a global banking watchdog, proposed Monday new rules that would push mega-banks to double their financial buffers in order to shield economies and taxpayers if they collapse.

Russia`s secret service to keep tabs on social media

The Federal Security Service (FSB) of Russia will keep tabs on social media users under a new law that allows the secret service agency to access users’ personal information, media reports said Saturday.

Sebi strengthening international cooperation with global peers

As Indian markets attain a larger global character, regulator Sebi is strengthening cooperation with its global peers for exchange of information in key cases and to implement global standards in its regulatory functions.

Russia plans student web surveillance in new anti-terror law

Russia`s education ministry has proposed a new anti-terrorism law calling for continuous monitoring of Internet use in schools and universities, a measure which critics say is aimed stamping out dissent.

Russia lifts ban on protests during Sochi Olympics

Russian President Vladimir Putin lifted a ban on demonstrations at the Sochi Olympics Games, allocating a special area for mass public events, the Kremlin said Saturday, Xinhua reported.

Putin scraps blanket ban on protests at Sochi Games

Russian President Vladimir Putin Saturday reversed a blanket ban on protests at the Sochi Winter Olympics, bowing to pressure from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Volatility rises in capital flows, asset prices: FSB

FSB, which works to ensure global financial stability, represents entities from 24 nations and jurisdictions, including India, and international financial institutions, among others.

Russia`s FSB: Another alleged US spy expelled

Russian state television has aired footage provided by Russia`s security services claiming that another alleged American spy was expelled earlier this year.

Global N-terrorism drill begins in Moscow

Exercises in countering nuclear terrorism started here in the Russian capital Thursday that involved 58 countries as well as international observers, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said.

Israeli `spy` sought info on Russia-Arab arms trade: FSB

Russia said that Soviet-born Colonel Vadim Leiderman was "caught red-handed".

Twin Moscow blasts target security service

The bombs went off outside a building housing FSB employees, their families.

FSB officer killed in blast in Russia`s Daghestan region

A senior officer of Russia`s elite
security service FSB was killed on Thursday in a blast that targeted
his official vehicle in the restive Caucasus republic of

Russia signs law to expand KGB-style power

Rights groups say the bill would essentially put KGB successor above the law.