Boris Nemtsov was gunned down near the Kremlin on February 27, 2015. On Saturday, people are gathering in Moscow to remember him.
Although under fire from all sides over Brexit, Britain's ruling Conservatives under Prime Minister Boris Johnson still lead in the opinion polls.
The protests were led by Alexei Navalny who has been jailed many times, most recently for taking part in an unauthorised protest in last month.
Thousands of Sudanese demonstrators gathered outside the defence ministry in Khartoum on Friday (April 12) to push for a civilian government after the military overthrew Omar al-Bashir after 30 years of autocratic rule.
Dozens arrested in Nicaragua anti-government protests
Albanian police have fired tear gas and used water cannon in an effort to disperse protesters trying to break into parliament.
Five Polish opposition parties have made an alliance with the goal of keeping Poland in the European Union.
According to the opposition Decmoratic Party which organised the protest around 50,000 people were bussed in from across the Balkan state.
The budget fixes the deficit at 2%, but lacks innovation and runs scared of EU spending limits, while some say despite the government's claims of reforms, it is business as usual.
Paris accuses Tehran of plotting to bomb an Iranian opposition rally in France. Iran strongly denies it.
As Russia votes in this year's parliamentary and regional elections on September 9, the imminent victory of Vladimir Putin's ruling United Russia party might be tarnished by nation's outrage over highly unpopular pension reform.
Venezuela's President Maduro calls on Colombia and the U.S. to extradite those behind an alleged assassination attempt at the weekend
The French President told his party Tuesday night that the security aide scandal was his responsibility but it's prompted furious opposition claims of an attempted cover-up, which the government denies
The opposition figure leading a people power revolution against alleged corruption in the Caucasian republic.
Still no clear way forward after fall of prime minister for Caucasian nation after more than two weeks of political unrest.
Ruling party's beaten candidate cries foul amid allegations of fraud in tight run-off, which saw a 51-49% split.
As Polish people take to the streets today to protest the latest efforts to restrict access to abortion, Euronews gets to know the women and men behind the movement.
Egyptians go to the polls on March 26 and for three days, they will cast their votes to elect the country's president, in a race pitting the incumbent president Abdel Fattah el Sisi against little kno
The suspension will continue until a High Court hearing on the shutdowns has concluded.
The army says former military chief of staff Sami Anan broke the law by running for president without permission.
Venezuelan president hopes to take advantage of opposition disarray
Roy Bennett was a former General Treasurer of the MDC and spent a spell in prison under Robert Mugabe. He died along with his wife, Heather, and three others in a crash now under investigation.
Russia's main opposition leader blames the government for hindering his campaigning for next year's presidential election.
Municipal elections have been won by the governing Socialists, but an opposition boycott meant our reporter saw few people voting in the capital.
Venezuela's president says opposition boycott of mayoral elections disqualifies them from next year's presidential vote
More than 10,000 Romanians hold a protest over law reforms which they say will undermine fight against corruption