Russian officials say the National Anti-Terrorist Committee is working on a system that would alert the public of any terrorist threats. A committee member said Tuesday that the planned system being constructed with the help of several executive agencies
The head of the Russian Federal Security Service said the missions of 27 intelligence officers and 89 foreign intelligence agents were foiled in 2006.
Russian security officials said Tuesday they have information terrorists may try to hit hydropower plants in the country's southern regions.
Russian security agents killed Chechnya's main warlord, Shamil Basayev, who claimed responsibility for the 2004 Beslan school massacre.
Georgia, whose supply of natural gas was disrupted by two pipeline explosions in Russia, has begun to receive Russian gas from its neighbor Azerbaijan. Part of the capital, Tbilisi, has gas again, but many residents are still without gas, the BBC reported
Russian security officials confirmed Friday international al-Qaida-linked terrorist Abu Omar al-Seif was killed in Daghestan.
The director of Russia's Federal Security Service says that the world needs an international definition for terrorism.
Moscow says its anti-terrorism agents have foiled more than 500 terror attacks so far this year, Itar-Tass reported Friday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has reverted the country's intelligence service to a single spy agency similar to the Cold War-era KGB, The Telegraph said.
An apparent suicide bombing has killed at least 42 people and injured some 170 on a crowded commuter train in southern Russia, close to Chechnya.