TODAY: Kremlin slams ECHR ruling that Russia was at fault in 2003 terror attack; Prokhorov to sell RBC; Novaya Gazeta receives threats for covering Chechnya’s persecution of gay men; Mexican journalists accuses Russia of political meddling; Wikileaks assisted Russia in US election interference, says CIA; Usmanov files lawsuit against Navalny; strike-coordinating app banned; police give […]
TODAY: German Foreign Minister backs Russian return to G8, Kremlin prefers format of G20; Foreign Ministry accuses US of using Russia to achieve ‘PR goals’; Wikileaks’ interests often intersect with Russia’s; Putin working to build Vladivostok; Putin chats to Etonians.
TODAY: Putin courts controversy in Finland, admits Snowden is at Moscow airport; PACE report on Magnitsky death released; all Bolotnaya Square defendants deny charges; a third of Russians support Khodorkovsky parole; Rosneft, Vkontakte, agriculture. President Vladimir Putin was in Finland yesterday, where he spoke on three controversial issues. He denied that gay rights were violated […]