A documentary filmmaker is hoping his new film about Vladimir Putin will open as many eyes as possible to the dark side of the rise of the Russian president.
A feud over a successful fish-farming business may be behind a jailing on extremism charges in Uzbekistan.
The Russian anticorruption campaigner Aleksei Navalny has been convicted twice yet his exposés are digging ever deeper into the alleged financial misdeeds of Russia’s most powerful.
The Pakistani Taliban has marked the end of the Western calendar year by publishing a glossy new report highlighting the extremist group's deadliest activities in 2015.
Vladimir Putin’s expansive foreign policy has vaulted him out of the isolation he was mired in due to the Kremlin’s interference in Ukraine. However, Putin’s moves abroad present plenty of risks ahead.
For New Year's, the Kremlin is giving Russian bureaucrats collections of the "world-changing words" of Vladimir Putin.
As its crusading Governor Mikheil Saakashvili grabs the Ukrainian national spotlight, there are fears that Odesa continues to languish in corruption.
Much of the world's response to the extremist group Islamic State (IS) has been to look for ways to defeat it militarily. But the underlying challenge is to defeat the group's ideology.
A day in court for Ukrainian businessman-turned-politician Hennadiy Korban descended into chaos after thugs barged into the courtroom in Kyiv and began randomly beating those in attendance.
Vlad Kolesnikov, a Russian teenager whose life unraveled after he publicly supported Ukraine, was found dead on December 25. RFE/RL's Claire Bigg had been corresponding with him in the weeks before his death.
Now that Iran has agreed to limit its nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief, will it reap the benefits? Why 2016 is shaping up to be a important year for Iran.
A group of high-profile opponents of Russia's president are keen to do away with a handful of laws that they think enable some of Putinism's worst abuses.