A Russian military court in Rostov-on-Don Tuesday sentenced acclaimed Ukrainian film director Oleh Sentsov to 20 years in prison on charges of leading a terrorist group and plotting attacks in […]
Bulgaria’s Foreign Ministry has expressed its deep concern at the August 19 Russian court verdict on Estonian police officer Eston Kohver who wa ...
On August 17, Russian President Vladimir Putin began a three-day visit to Crimea aimed at developing the annexed Black Sea peninsula and promote touri ...
Intense clashes this week between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russia rebels are jeopardizing a fragile peace agreement and renewing concerns of a possibl ...
Investigators probing last year’s downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine have found fragments that may have come from a Russian surface-to-air missile. Dutch prosecutors said in a […]
The Russian government is moving ahead with the mass destruction of Western food imports banned under sanctions imposed by the Kremlin over the standoff in Ukraine. Over the past few […]
Six Russian opposition activists ended their 12-day hunger strike Saturday after one of them was hospitalized. The activists in Novosibirsk, Russia’s third-largest city, said their decision was in response to […]
The French government has decided not to deliver to Russia two high-tech warships built under a billion-euro contract with Moscow, the Elysée Palace announced on the evening of Aug. 5. […]
As Poland’s President Andrzej Duda is sworn in to office Thursday, a growing chorus of voices in eastern Europe is supporting his view to have permanent troops from NATO to […]
Poland has awarded the journalist daughter of slain Russian democracy advocate and opposition leader Boris Nemtsov a $1.1 million human rights prize in recognition of the duo’s advocacy. Zhanna Nemtsova […]