A tip sheet on Russia's March 18 presidential election to bring you RFE/RL and Current Time TV news, videos, and analysis but also links to what our Russia team is watching. Compiled by RFE/RL correspondents and editors.
Foreign films will be a lot less revealing in Tajikistan now that sex and nudity will be edited out.
Voters in Russia are casting ballots in a presidential election that is all but certain to secure President Vladimir Putin a fourth term in office.
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.
Afghan officials say at least three people have been killed and two others wounded in a suicide car-bomb attack in Kabul. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the blast that hit the Despechari area in eastern Kabul early on March 17.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has welcomed Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili’s proposal to seek ways of overcoming the lingering consequences of the August 2008 war in South Ossetia.
Russia's final presidential debate ahead of the March 18 election ended in fitting style: a candidate threatening to beat up an opponent.
A Russian website lets users pretend to be an official in charge of mobilizing voters. But turnout is no joke for the Kremlin.
It isn't just Russia's presidential election that can be characterized as "without alternatives." That is the nature of the entire political atmosphere in the country Vladimir Putin has ruled for nearly two decades.
With millions of iPhone users in Iran, it was pretty clear that an interruption of access to the App Store for software wouldn't go unnoticed.
A senior Russian diplomat says that Moscow will respond to a new set of U.S. sanctions by expanding its "blacklist" of Americans who are barred from traveling to Russia.