The government of Russia has sent at least 2,000 individuals tasked to maintain peace in Nagorno-Karabakh as the long dispute
Russian lawmakers are considering the passage of a bill that would give presidents a lifelong immunity from prosecution beyond their
A steady drip of financial scandals, from the explosive Panama Papers to the Luanda Leaks, have highlighted how Western financial
Recently poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has urged the European Union to use tough sanctions in order to target
The investigation of the 2015 Skripal-like poisoning of arms makes Emiliyan Gebrev and two other men has been terminated by
The German doctors found in Navalny's system indications of “cholinesterase inhibitors”, which are used in some drugs, pesticides and chemical
A total of six persons and three entities have made the Union's first cyber-attack sanction list.
German Foreign Minister Maas has criticized Moscow for its role in the conflicts in Ukraine, Syria, and Libya.
Most non-essential travel inside the EU and Schengen Area will be allowed as of July 1, 2020.
EU and Schengen countries are set to restart travel between each other on July 1.
US Senators have back a second piece of legislation targetting the controversial natural gas pipeline project.