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.
Russia hasn’t decided yet whether to halt gas sales to Ukraine, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Wednesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin stated in an interview for a local TV channel that an apocalyptic scenario of war with Ukraine can be deemed ''unlikely''.
The European Union has futher expanded the list of sanctions on Russian officials and citizens over the Ukraine crisis.
The United States would violate a number of international agreements if it started supplying weapons to the Ukrainian military at the request of the government in Kiev, Russia’s UN ambassador Vitaly Churkin said on Monday.
Vladimir Putin stated his position on sanctions against Russia, possible war and economic sovereignty on Saturday.
Currently, the bilateral negotiations between Russia and Kazakhstan have been held for a week. According to a source in the Russian agricultural ministry, there is no eminent cause for restrictions.
A workgroup in the Russian Duma will take the task of recalculating the reparations owed by Germany as a means for alleviating the consequences of the World War II.
The Russian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) decided on Wednesday to suspend its participation in the body until the end of the year.
Russia’s Gazprom said on Tuesday a planned gas pipeline to Turkey will become operational by the end of next year.
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