Russian protesters in St. Petersburg on March 6 demanded the resignation of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev over charges of large-scale corruption.
At a meeting of the five-nation Eurasian Economic Union in Bishkek, Belarus Prime Minister Andrey Kabyakou criticized Russia for increasing the price of natural-gas deliveries.
In an interview with RFE/RL's Belarus Service, Kyrgyzstan's former President Kurmanbek Bakiev recounted the circumstances of his 2010 ouster, which he called "an armed coup," and his flight to Belarus.
A small ethnic group in Siberia says rapacious coal mining is destroying its way of life.
Seven people were briefly detained in Moscow after a group of feminists unveiled a banner on the Kremlin wall reading "200 Years Of Men In Power -- Enough!"
Envoys from six European countries that border Russia have pushed for more U.S. military and economic support, as they repeated warnings to U.S. senators about an increasingly aggressive Russia.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin says U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has assured him that Washington will continue to support Kyiv in its standoff with Russia.
Russia says the International Court of Justice in The Hague has no jurisdiction to issue an order to halt Moscow's support for separatists in eastern Ukraine and Crimea.
A ruling by a Kyiv district court to place Ukraine's top tax official under arrest pending trial on embezzlement charges is being heralded as a landmark win for the country's uphill battle against entrenched graft.
Ukraine’s National Bank has said it will impose sanctions against the subsidiary branch of Russian Sberbank if it is confirmed that the latter will service accounts belonging to passport holders of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics. (Russian Service)
Ukraine's State Statistics Service ranks Russia the country’s fourth largest investor, with investments of $4.6 billion, mostly in banks, for the first three quarters of 2016. Cyprus ranks first, with investments totaling around $11 billion, with the Netherlands and Germany in second and third places, respectively. (Ukrainian Service)
The prosecutor-general of Russia's Tatarstan region has asked the judge at a high-profile terrorism trial to sentence the defendants to prison terms ranging from 22 years to life.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has pardoned a woman who was convicted of high treason for sending a text message to a friend in Georgia during the brief August 2008 Russian-Georgian war.
Russian Orthodox Church officials in the Russia-annexed Crimea region have refuted a claim by State Duma Deputy Natalya Poklonskaya that a bust of Tsar Nicholas II in Simferopol wept tears on the centennial of his abdication of power.
Mikhail Khodorkovsky will step down as chairman of the Open Russia movement, a spokesman for the organization said, ahead of the selection of a new chairman in mid-April. (in Russian, Current Time TV)
Europe's top human rights court has prolonged its suspension of an attempt by the government in Tbilisi to put the country's biggest independent television station under the control of an alleged government ally.
Kosovo's president has asked parliament to transform the country's lightly armed security forces into a regular army, drawing objections from Serbian leaders who refuse to recognize Kosovo's independence.
A societal tide of conservative Islam has been eyed suspiciously by the government in this predominantly Muslim, secular state with a tradition of religious moderation.
The U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt is the hub for U.S. cyberespionage in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, according to some of the thousands of documents taken from the Central Intelligence Agency and released by WikiLeaks.
Turkmenistan has unveiled a monument to Islam Karimov, Uzbekistan’s late leader, in a gesture that comes as the two Central Asian nations seek to improve ties.