Local officials in the Russian capital Moscow have refused to allow a mourning march in memory of oppositioner Boris Nemtsov, who was shot dead on Friday evening.
Investigators are working on the hypothesis that the killing of Boris Nemtsov was related to his stance on the attack of Charlie Hebdo magazine.
The opposition in Russia has rescheduled a march planned for Sunday after prominent politician Boris Nemtsov was murdered on Friday evening.
Murdered Russian oppositioner Boris Nemtsov was working on a report allegedly containing evidence of Russia's direct involvement in Ukraine's unrest, according to Nemtsov's fellow colleagues.
Boris Nemtsov, who was shot dead in Moscow late on February 27 Boris Nemtsov, was well-known as an oppositional leader and one of the main figures to harshly criticize Russia’s politics as led by President Vladimir Putin.
Bulgaria strongly condemns the murder of the prominent Russian opposition leader and former Deputy PM Boris Nemtsov, the top Bulgarian diplomat Daniel Mitov has said.
The death of Russian opposition politician and former Deputy PM Boris Nemtsov resembles a contract killing, Russian authorities believe.
Russian opposition politician and former Deputy Prime Minister Boris Netmsov has been shot dead in central Moscow.
A series of shootings in south-central Missouri left eight people dead, including the gunman, and one injured.
Georgian Foreign Minister Tamar Beruchashvili expressed concern about Russia's “creeping annexation” of the two breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Lawmakers in Germany have overwhelmingly voted for a four-month extension of the bailout program agreed between Greece and the "Troika" of international lenders.
Director-General of UNESCO Irina Bokova demanded Thursday that an emergency meeting of the Security Council of the organization is held immediately.
The EU has invited the energy ministers of Russia and Ukraine to a meeting over gas supply problems on Monday.
The Greek government reversed its earlier decision to suspend all football action for indefinite period and instead announced one-week suspension of the top football Superleague.
More than 100 journalists in Macedonia have been lately subject to illegal wiretapping, Zoran Zaev, the leader of the opposition Social Democrats has argued.
At least one person has been killed in a suicide attack on a car of Turkey’s embassy in Kabul, the BBC reported on Thursday.
Ukraine's central bank on Wednesday banned all foreign exchange purchases by companies through banks for the rest of the week in a bid to stem a sharp fall in the national currency, the hryvnia.
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