Kirill Serebrennikov has been under house arrest since 2017 following accusations of embezzlement which supporters say are politically motivated
Russia's ruling party has seen its majority decrease dramatically in Moscow’s city legislature after a summer of protests
Moscow residents raised their heads and held their breaths as a team of adventurous enthusiasts walked on a tight rope between two of the city's tallest skyscrapers
Yevgeny Kovalenko is one of several protesters to be jailed after being arrested at demonstrations in Moscow calling for free elections.
Lack of strong winds grounded the mega kites at a festival in Russia.
But that didn't stop the participants having fun while showing off their kite flying skills.
Weeks of demonstrations over elections for the city legislature have turned into the biggest sustained protest movement in Russia since 2011-2013, when protesters took to the streets against perceived electoral fraud.
Opposition figures have sharply criticised the newly-created parliamentary commission as just another tool for the authorities to undermine the protests in Moscow.
The winning 10-minute performance was inspired by theatre, with elements of ballet and opera. With eight countries competing, Portugal and Italy came second and third.
Vladimir Putin's schedule was not interrupted by the removal of the bomb.
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Russians vowed to protest in favour of candidates being allowed to run in elections.
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Hundreds of people were arrested in Moscow on Saturday as police clamped down on a rally calling for free elections for a second weekend running.
The contest started in Vienna in 1991 and now plays out annually in more than 100 locations
Euronews' Galina Polonskaya reports from Moscow on the detentions that took place Saturday night during an unauthorised opposition protest.
Euronews correspondent Galina Polonskaya takes us to the heart of a demonstration in Moscow today calling for free elections.
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.
Euronews went to Moscow and asked locals about their favourite Russian authors.
Russia independent opposition candidates for local council elections have pledged to protest everyday outside the office for the Moscow mayor following a huge rally calling for free elections over the weekend.
Representatives of Russia and Georgia have met for the first time since mass anti-Russian protests in the Georgian capital Tbilisi last month.
Around 240 people were hurt as protesters tried to storm the parliament after a Russian MP took the Speaker's seat.
Firefighters are battling an enormous fire that has engulfed an electricity power station in Mytishchi.
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A special herring extravaganza has been held in Russia to celebrate the founding of a town near the capital Moscow.
Russia police say they have dropped a criminal case against an investigative journalist amid claims he was framed.
The Russian president described the gift as a sign of deepening trust and respect between the two powers.
Five-thousand people gathered in Moscow's Luzhniki park on Sunday (June 2) to greet summer with an annual colour run.