Russia police say they have dropped a criminal case against an investigative journalist amid claims he was framed.
"When people found out I was behind Stalingagulag there were millions of comments. How can you use profanities? Like, if you’re in a wheelchair, you can't do anything, you just have to pray, ask for someone's help and look at the world from the window of your apartment."
StalinGulag blogger Alexander Gorbunov: I won't be silenced by Russian police
While many foreign firms have been cutting their exposure to PDVSA since sanctions were imposed, the fact that a lender closely aligned with the Russian state is following suit is significant given the Kremlin has been among Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's staunchest supporters.
Russian TV channel sends "joke" gifts referencing Skripal poisoning
The UK government has claimed two GRU officers carried out the Salisbury Novichok attack — different from the KGB, what do we know about Russia's most secretive intelligence agency?
Russian President Vladimir Putin gets back to nature in the Siberian hills on his summer holiday
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Telegram channel continues to be active despite a court ruling that blocked country-wide access to the messenger service back in April.
A journalist from Russia who was reported to have been shot dead in Ukraine faked his own death to foil an assassination plot.
Euronews spoke to one of the Russian pranksters who orchestrated a hoax phone call with UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Russians are launching paper planes in protest against Moscow’s crackdown on messenger app Telegram.
The daughter of the ex-Russian spy suffering from a nerve agent attack wants to be left alone
New round of sanctions by the US targets top businessmen close to the Kremlin
Russia's Foreign Minister said the nerve agent attack could benefit both the British special services and the UK government.
However Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says he has no information on what he called a 'tragic situation'
According to White Counter, an NGO that counts participants at rallies, around 7,600 people took part in the Moscow march for Boris Nemtsov, for which organisers had been granted permission by the city authorities.
Almost all 96 oligarchs listed, clocking a net worth of at least $1 billion, can be found in Forbes' ranking of the '200 richest businessmen in Russia 2017'.
"I could be interviewed under oath within weeks"
The Iron Curtain has been lifted but the Cold War carries on, with social media and internet platforms now weaponized in its service.
Tusk tweets in Polish on personal account that PiS policies mean Europe cannot "sleep peacefully".
There are more damaging headlines concerning the US Attorney General, just days after being criticised by President Trump
A woman has claimed she was arrested in Moscow for refusing to remove a virtual-reality (VR) headset.
Artist-activist Katrin Nenasheva was detained
Protesters in Moscow, Saint Petersburg and other cities say they're "sick" of their president.
The European Parliament has demanded Russia free Alexei Navalny.
EU foreign ministers plan to keep sanctions in place against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.
Two days before Donald Trump’s inauguration as US president, and like the rest of the world, Muscovites are waiting to see how Russian-US relations will change once he takes…