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Navalny hails rallies as doctors urge him to end hunger strike
Imprisoned Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said he felt "pride and hope" after learning about the mass protests held across Russia on Wednesday.
Hunger-striking Navalny describes threats to force-feed him
Imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says officials have threatened to force-feed him and end the hunger he started on March 31.
Alexei Navalny health 'deteriorating' in jail, lawyers say
"The rapid deterioration of his health condition raises our extreme concerns," they said.
If Kremlin had been behind Navalny poisoning, he'd be dead, says Putin
He made the claim during his annual marathon press conference on Thursday.
Navalny: Putin 'intervened' to allow critic's evacuation to Germany
The Russian president said he asked the country's Prosecutor General to immediately allow opposition figure Alexei Navalny to be moved to Germany for urgent treatment.
Kremlin critic Navalny says 'Putin was behind' poisoning
"I claim that Putin was behind the crime, and I have no other version of what happened," Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said in an interview.
Navalny: Kremlin critic recovers speech and movement after poisoning
In video posted on Instagram, Alexei Navalny, who was poisoned with Novichok, can be seen up and about and walking down stairs in the Berlin hospital where he is being treated.
Russians vote in local elections in key test for ruling party
Before being poisoned, Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny was urging Russians to vote tactically by casting their ballot for candidates best placed to defeat the ruling United Russia party.
Navalny: Kremlin rejects allegations over suspect poisoning
In a statement released on Monday, the team of doctors at the Charité hospital in Berlin said they had found “cholinesterase inhibitors” in his system, a broad range of substances that are found in several drugs, but also pesticides and nerve agents.
Watch again: Rally to remember slayed Putin critic Boris Nemtsov
Boris Nemtsov was gunned down near the Kremlin on February 27, 2015. On Saturday, people are gathering in Moscow to remember him.
Russia's ruling party loses a third of seats in Moscow election
Russia's ruling party has seen its majority decrease dramatically in Moscow’s city legislature after a summer of protests
Russia to investigate foreign interference in its internal affairs
Opposition figures have sharply criticised the newly-created parliamentary commission as just another tool for the authorities to undermine the protests in Moscow.
Russian police raid opposition activists' homes ahead Moscow protest
Four opposition figures had their homes raided by police on Wednesday night, according to human rights activists. But on Thursday, they said they would press ahead with Saturday's rally in Moscow for fair elections.
Russia unveils €390 billion plan to overhaul its economy
The money will be shared between 13 so-called National Projects which include increasing the fertility rate and reducing air pollution in cities.
EU vows to keep sanctions on Russia
EU foreign ministers plan to keep sanctions in place against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.
EU passes anti-propaganda resolution, angers Russia's Putin
Russia and Islamist terrorist groups are increasingly targeting the EU with propaganda – the warning in a resolution approved by MEPs, which aims to combat anti-Europe…
Daring Russia, nervous Europe: ghosts of the Cold War haunt NATO
NATO is set to send more troops to the Baltics and Poland to deter any perceived Russian aggression. What does this say about peace in Europe?
Small Lithuania's big fears of Russia
Compulsory military service is back in Lithuania, and 4,000 NATO troops are being deployed to the Baltics and Poland - all of which border Russia.
OSCE chief on East-West tensions and faltering dialogue
"We don't have a safety net as effective as we used to have during the Cold War," says OSCE secretary general.
Fragile ceasefire on Ukraine's frontline
A Euronews reporter visits the Ukrainian army side of the frontline where intermittent clashes with pro-Russian fighters are breaking an uneasy ceasefire.
EU calls on Russia to end bombing campaign in Syria
The EU is piling pressure on Russia to end its aerial bombing campaign in Syria. Foreign ministers, who have been meeting in Luxembourg, are warning
From a Russian peninsula: Crimean voices
It's hard to hear Crimean voices these days. Since Russia annexed the peninsula at least 20,000 people have left, the majority not wanting to become Russian.
MEPs urge Russia to start 'independent' probe of Nemtsov murder
MEPs on Wednesday called on Russia to carry out an independent investigation into the murder of opposition figure Boris Nemtsov. Parliamentarians
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Killing in the Kremlin's shadow who or what is behind Nemtsov's murder
Following the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov “The Network’ asks just who or what is behind the killing in the Kremlin’s shadow and
To Russia with love: Transnistria's yearning for 'the Motherland'
Transnistria dreams of a Russian future. The region broke away form Moldova in the early 1990s and, legally at least, remains part of it. De facto
Moldovan wine ban by Russia is a symptom of a wider divide
In this edition of Reporter euronews is in Moldova. Sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, this former Soviet republic is facing a choice between