Ukrainian lawmaker Nadia Savchenko, a national heroine as a prisoner of war in Russia, told RFE/RL in an interview that charges of organizing an armed attack on parliament are "absurd."
Officials and others in Russia have all denied any Kremlin role in the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal, but the theories presented vary.
A Russian researcher's analysis of the March 18 presidential election suggests President Vladimir Putin may have received more than 10 million fraudulent votes in his landslide victory.
An Azeri reporter trapped in Ukraine claims he narrowly escaped an attempt to abduct him and send him back to Azerbaijan, where prison may await.
He wasn’t the only one who thought so. With the outcome of Russia’s presidential election a foregone conclusion, many Russians were less than eager to vote.
Few Russians expect President Vladimir Putin to relinquish the reins altogether in 2024, when he faces term limits. But can he find a way to retain power without losing his legitimacy?
As Russians handed Vladimir Putin a new presidential term, opponents Aleksei Navalny and Ksenia Sobchak held a bitter exchange on live video.
Ballot-stuffing, ballot-eating, mob attacks, and more. Here are some of the more shocking shenanigans in a Russian election day that was full of them.
Foreign films will be a lot less revealing in Tajikistan now that sex and nudity will be edited out.
A surge of cyberattacks has officials in the aspiring EU member on high alert with a presidential election campaign set to begin.
An effort by Kabul street artists to memorialize a prominent Hezb-e Islami victim is quickly defaced by masked men, prompting an outcry.
Russia's final presidential debate ahead of the March 18 election ended in fitting style: a candidate threatening to beat up an opponent.