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Russia's new anti-LGTBI laws and laws against so-called 'foreign agents' have publishers worried that the arts have been left unprotected against possible censorship.
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Ilya Yashin has been charged with spreading false information about the Russian military.
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The Russian president said he had no intention of using nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
Russia notifies US of planned nuclear drills
Washington claims Russia's decision to announce the drills lowers the risk of miscalculation.
Exiled Russia journalists make their voices heard from Riga
Journalists in Russia face up to 15 years in prison for "spreading lies" about the war.
Russia fines TikTok over LGBT material, Twitch over Ukraine content
The fines mark the latest step in Moscow's long-running dispute with Big Tech.
Ukrainian TV 'reconfigured' to Russian channels in occupied areas
Russia's army announced Tuesday that Russian television channels were available for "free" in the southern Ukrainian region of Kherson.
'My world collapsed': Russians on fleeing home after Putin's speech
Euronews spoke to several Russian citizens who recently left the country following Vladimir Putin's announcement about a partial mobilisation of reservists.
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Three Baltic states have already indicated they won't accept asylum applications from Russians fleeing Putin's reservist call-up.
Updated list of oligarchs and Putin critics found dead since war began
A growing number of high-profile Russians have died under strange circumstances ever since President Vladimir Putin came to power.
From perestroika to Putin, the life of Mikhail Gorbachev in pictures
As the eighth and final Soviet president is to be interred in Moscow on Saturday, these are some of the key moments in his life and career.
Occupied Donetsk prepares for new school year with Kremlin curriculum
Many schools in cities like Mariupol have been badly damaged or destroying in the fighting, and there's a lack of teachers.
Bulgaria risks violating EU principles over Russia extradition request
The Russian dissident who burned his passport is appealing against a Bulgarian court's decision to extradite him, amid concern for the safety of others who fled to the EU after the invasion of Ukraine.
Griner trial to continue amid increased US-Russia negotiations
The US WNBA star and two-time Olympic gold winner is on trial for cannabis possession. She claims there was no criminal intent.
Moscow official gets seven years in prison for criticising Ukraine war
Gorinov is the first to be sentenced of at least 50 other Kremlin critics and activists put on trial for speaking out against Russia's invasion.
Russian opposition figure jailed amid his criticism of Ukraine war
The Kremlin critic was handed a 15-day prison sentence for allegedly disobeying police officers.
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NATO must stand up to "gangster" Putin, leading opponent says
If NATO does not seize its historic opportunity to stop Vladimir Putin in his tracks, it will face war on its own territory, says long-time Kremlin opponent Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
Five things you need to know about the Ukraine war on June 14
From the latest on Sievierodonetsk to suggestions by the Pope that the war could have been provoked by NATO's expansion, here are five things you need to know about the Ukraine war today.
Parent of missing Russian conscript questioned by security services
"It seemed to someone that the tragic death of my son did not shock me enough," said Dmitry Shkrebets, after he was accused of making bomb threat by Russian security services.
Russian court upholds nine-year prison sentence for Alexei Navalny
The opposition activist is now expected to be transferred to a more strict penal colony for repeat offenders to serve out his sentence.