Riot police prevented the angry crowd from breaking into the offices of Rinat Akhmetov, one of the country's most powerful oligarchs, whom protesters accuse of being in league with pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine.
A drive around Simferopol shows the Crimean capital still swathed in darkness, after electricity supplies from Ukraine were disrupted last week.
In the absence of electricity and heating, the staff of Crimea’s Yalta zoo are giving the animals blankets to keep warm.
The demonstrations in Chisinau are the latest sign of the political turmoil that has gripped Moldova.
The conflict between Moscow and Ankara escalates. Truckers descend on Moscow. And Vladimir Putin prepares for his annual state-of-the-nation speech
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called such claims "slander," but promised patience.
Ukraine has appointed Nazar Holodnytskiy, former deputy prosecutor for Crimea, to head an independent anti-corruption unit attached to the general prosecutor’s office, to commence work today. (In Ukrainian)
To boost turnout, Russian truckers have postponed their protest against new highway taxes until December 5. (In Russian)
Russia’s Federal Service on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-being has declared that 1 percent of the population has the virus, and that it is spreading beyond traditional risk groups into the general population. (In Russian)
Hundreds of patients and activists gathered outside Ukraine’s finance ministry to protest funding cuts under the country’s draft 2016 budget that could deprive 75 percent of HIV-positive Ukrainians of their treatment. (In Ukrainian)
Russia may ban the import of fruit and vegetables through Belarus, which it claims imports products from the EU and exports them under Moroccan and Turkish labels. (Current Time TV)
The new imam of a Makhachkala Salafi mosque, who was appointed five days ago, has now been dismissed from the post, raising questions about relations among Daghestan's Salafi minority, its Sunni majority, and the republic’s security forces.