Russia's state aid agency is urging students studying abroad to return home, citing growing anti-Russian sentiment in Europe. Russian students in England say such concerns are nonsense.
An RFE/RL investigation uncovers evidence that two regional Russian officials kept their Canary Island property secret, and prosecutors backed them up.
Telegram is not an option for government workers looking to communicate. Are ordinary citizens next in line to be denied access to Iran's most popular messaging app?
The Kyiv-based Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Crimea is on the brink of oblivion.
With no officially sanctioned women's league to play in, a 16-year-old in Kabul has set up her own cricket team to get on the pitch.
A Russian government agency wants Russians studying abroad to come home.
Russia’s attempt to block Telegram has brought blowback, shutting down services ranging from online English courses, phone services, to Internet shopping.
An opposition lawmaker who served three years in prison for his alleged role in Armenia's 2008 postelection demonstrations is back at it.
Officials in one of Central Asia's most authoritarian states are preventing Turkmen nationals from leaving for greener economic pastures.
Chechnya's leader is touting the Russian republic as a great investment opportunity, but wealthy Chechens themselves aren't getting in on the action.
Bikinis, short pants, and other swimsuits are the latest items to run afoul of the Turkmen government's rules for what is appropriate for its people.
Milo Djukanovic, who has led Montenegro from the presidency or the prime minister's office for decades, has been a master of change.