Russia showcased Arctic military hardware and other weapons in Red Square during a May 9 parade commemorating the Allied victory over Nazi Germany in World War II.
The anniversary of World War II was marked by scuffles and dozens of arrests in Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities.
A banner calling for leading Macedonian politicians to be hanged was carried through the streets of the capital, Skopje, as almost daily protests continued.
Instead of waiting for a school bus, children in a small village in a remote part of Siberia get by, and across, with a little help from their friends. (Current Time TV)
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at the White House on May 10 to discuss Syria and other international issues, White House officials have said.
The trial of RFE/RL contributor Mykola Semena, a Crimean journalist who is fighting what he says is a politically motivated separatism charge on the Russian-controlled peninsula, is due to resume in the Crimean capital, Simferopol.
Russian officials will again try to overturn a ban by the European Bank on Reconstruction and Development on new investment loans in Russia when the bank holds its annual meeting in Cyprus this week.
Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny says he has undergone surgery in Barcelona to repair his right eye, which was damaged last month when an assailant tossed a green antiseptic known as "zelyonka" in his face.
A Dutch appeals court has ruled that Russia knowingly forced the oil major Yukos into bankruptcy by demanding it pay massive tax bills, the latest development in a drawn-out battle over the now-defunct firm's assets.
A Russian opposition activist jailed for organizing a letter-writing campaign to President Vladimir Putin has been released from custody.
A decree signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin on special security measures during the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup and the World Cup in 2018 places limits on holding rallies. (Russian Service)
Ruslan Rakhayev went on trial in late April for the third time on a charge of beating to death a man detained by police on suspicion of theft.
Russia’s Yeltsin Center is being criticized by Kremlin allies for being chosen to receive an annual European award that recognizes groundbreaking museums.
The United States says it has signed a "milestone" security agreement with Georgia to boost intelligence sharing and counterterrorism efforts.
Armenian and Azerbaijani delegations have scuffled in Moscow during a commemoration of World War II veterans after an argument erupted over the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Performers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Moldova have made it through to the finals of the Eurovision Song Contest, Europe's largest television event.
Mikhail Ogorodnikov, 17, participated in an anticorruption rally on March 26 in his home town of Vladimir, in central Russia, defying local officials who criticized him for not being patriotic. He told RFE/RL, “if the government continues to choose the path of repression, our generation, which grew up on western values, will be crushed by Putin’s young army men, and we will disappear.” (over 65K views on Russian Service website)