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Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has refused opposition demands that he step down as protests continued in Kyiv against his decision not to pursue closer ties with the European Union.
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Russian investigators have indicated foreign activists facing trial for a protest against Arctic oil drilling cannot leave the country, meaning they won't be home for Christmas despite an international court ruling, Greenpeace said on Friday.
7 hrs ago | Al Jazeera
Russia's Supreme Court has ordered a review of the case against two jailed members of the Pussy Riot punk band saying that a lower court did not fully prove their guilt.
President Putin spoke about sexual minorities, outer threats, Syria, and a range of other issues in his annual address on Thursday.
Ruslana Lyzhychko won with a song "Wild Dances" in 2004, becoming Ukraine's only Eurovision winner.
Speak Russian or be silent. Nationalist lawmakers want to ban foreign languages at the workplace - a rule that would leave some foreigners speechless, from menial laborers from former Soviet states to Western business executives in suits and ties.
In this Thursday, Feb. 28, 2008 file photo, deposed Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, right, greets supporters on his arrival at Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok.
Armenia - Activists demonstrate outside a key government building in Yerevan against Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit and Armenia's membership of the Customs Union, 2Dec2013.
Reporting on its own dissolution, the respected news agency said it and The Voice of Russia radio will be scrapped.
Human rights advisers to President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday criticized his proposal to free some prisoners on the 20th anniversary of Russia's constitution, arguing it was far too limited to help ease social tensions.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has a history of being humiliated, most memorably in the 2004 Orange Revolution that deprived him of the presidency.
Cheryl Chumley is a continuous news writer for The Washington Times. Previously, she was part of the start-up team for The Washington Times' digital aggregation product, Times247.
The virtues of prison, like this gulag above, were touted as having a beneficial role to play in the creation of literary genius.
Stockholm Pride stuck it to Russian president Vladimir Putin by sending him a "Lovie Award" with the inscription: "To a man with a heart of stone, here's a heart of gold."
Dmitry Kiselyov uses his weekly news program as a soapbox to promote some of the Kremlin's most controversial policies and denigrate the West.
Russian president Vladimir Putin' s sudden decision to abolish state news agency RIA Novosti and establish a new, more tightly controlled national multimedia outlet named Rossiya Segodnya may have been prompted by fears that neighboring Ukrainian's current political unrest could spill over the border.