It's got absolutely nothing in common with the Big Apple. But that hasn't stopped Novhorodske in Ukraine wanting to call itself New York.
The Russian president, who has been in power for longer than any other Kremlin leader since Josef Stalin, could hold on to his job until 2036.
Italy’s special operations forces in Rome staged the sting “during a clandestine operation between the two, surprising them red-handed immediately after the handing over of classified documents by the Italian official in exchange for a sum of money,
BREAKING: Kyiv says four soldiers killed in a bombing in eastern Ukraine
Bulgarian authorities said they dismantled a ring of six serving and retired military officials who allegedly spied for Moscow.
Europe needs a two-track strategy on Russia: offer a helping hand to the growing numbers of discontented Russians and be ready to confront the Kremlin with resolve and systematically punishing its aggressions, argues Rostislav Valvoda.
Bosnian officials slammed the Russian warning, calling it a “veiled threat” against Bosnia and its western allies.
Russia said the UK’s decision to raise the ceiling on the number of nuclear weapons it has “harms global stability and strategic security”.
Navalny likened his detention conditions to "Orwell's 1984" in an Instagram post on Monday.
The investigative newspaper has faced multiple attacks over the years, including the murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya.
The wooden effigy was a symbol of the coronavirus and stood 24 metres tall before being burned.