People protest for many different reasons. In Russia, could the dire housing situation be the next major cause of public discontent with Vladimir Putin?
TODAY: 15,000 estimated at Nemtsov memorial march, PARNAS leader attacked; activist Dadin released after sentence quashed; Power publishes tribute to Churkin; U.S. wants Russia to adhere to Ukraine ceasefire; Trump administration says FBI dismissed Russia ties allegations.» Read More
TODAY: Organiser of march to commemorate murder of Boris Nemtsov receives official warning; deputy takes to usual measures to underscore parliamentarians’ apathy; Foreign Ministry’s ‘fake news’ fight lampooned; interim UN ambassador appointed; fight goes on in Syria but Russia opposes sharing burden of refugees.» Read More
TODAY: Foreign Ministry tackles ‘fake news’; Defence Ministry to work on information war too; Putin takes aim at Internet service providers; Kremlin looks to energy companies for positive spin; military theme park will build replica of Reichstag; Ildar Dadin case quashed; OSCE says ceasefire in Ukraine fragile; Russia reacts to “hawk” McMaster.» Read More