Putin returned to power in an election where his victory was never in question
Russian President Vladimir Putin has secured six more years in the Kremlin with an emphatic victory in Sunday's presidential poll
Some residents of Rediko, a village in the Nizhnegorod region of Russia, sang national songs as they walked to the polling station to cast their vote in Russia's presidential election.
From Putin's victory to allegations of vote rigging, here's your guide to Sunday's vote.
Hundreds of thousands of Russian overseas voters, including the French actor, are expected to cast ballots on Sunday
Vladimir Putin is seeking a fourth term in office from Sunday's election, in which more than 100 million people are registered to vote
On March 18, over 110 million Russians will have their say on who will be the next president. But while few question who is likely to win, the vote is important as it will show how firm Putin's grip on power really is. Here’s our breakdown of Russia’s presidential election.
Why do the Russian people want to keep Vladimir Putin in power after 18 years? And why is the unshakeable president so hated by many Western countries? Here are some suggested replies.
Russians are due to go to the polls, but not all are fully behind Putin. Euronews spoke to people working for and creating small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) to see what issues are affecting the
Two political parties in Russia will not field opposition candidates to Vladimir Putin