TODAY: Rogozin to head new Arctic commission; Latvian military says Russian edging its territory; parliament refuses request to hold minute of silence for Nemtsov; Navalny says Nemtsov’s death has complicated the terrain for oppositionists; Crimea in economic hardship; Gazprom to have a challenging year. Lake Baikal drying up.
TODAY: Ukraine says harmony with Russia a priority but gas price row continues, Finland getting a deal; military cooperation with Servia, arms deal with Egypt; U.S. cancels helicopter deal; newspaper may have broken ‘gay propaganda’ law; inaugural meeting of Magnitsky commission; Kashin files complaint; ballerina alleges Bolshoi extortion. Ukraine’s Energy Minister Eduard Stavytsky has confirmed […]
TODAY: E.U. court seeks information on Razvozzhayev case; new evidence against Udaltsov; Coryn amendment; Perepilichnyy case unsolved; religious law under review; Putin in Turkey; crude output at record high; two-day traffic jam. The European Court of Human Rights is seeking information from Russia and Ukraine regarding its criminal case against opposition activist Leonid Razvozzhayev. The […]
TODAY: Opposition protester gets four years; large new corruption case; Iraq reported to have cancelled huge arms deal; Razvozzhayev case sent to United Nations; Bout will not be extradited; Russia to help with Arafat investigation. Maxim Luzyanin, one of 18 people on trial for protesting against the government on Bolotnaya Square on May 6, has […]