There have been over 50 attacks and killings of human rights activists in Ukraine in 2018. Those who carry out the attacks are rarely brought to justice, even less so those that put out the hit
Old equipment, polluted water and land with both society and local authorities protesting. But the owners, a large Russian corporation, do not want to close the plant down
What divides the residents of Transcarpathia – a Ukrainian region where the influence of Hungary continues to grow
In Moscow the film had some documentation issues, while in Kiev they think that Russia is portrayed too positively
Russia has imposed economic sanctions against Ukraine – but the companies of the Ukrainian president that do business with Moscow were exempt
The explosion occurred in the building of the Polytechnic College. Eyewitnesses say shots were fired and the Russian authorities are calling the incident a terrorist attack
People who have been subjected to sexual violence and exploitation rarely appeal to the police in Russia for help.
The woman who spent £16m at Harrods in a decade can now be identified as Zamira Hajiyeva - the first target of the UK's new anti-corruption law
The pro-Moscow sentiments within the Georgian Church are strong, and there are concerns that there will be repercussions for the churches of Abkhazia and South Ossetia as well
Journalists found out that the suspect in the Skripal poisoning case is a distinguished Russian intelligence officer
The recent expulsion of Turkish teachers from Moldova is but one of the numerous examples of Ankara’s growing influence in the country
Kabardians and Balkars in the North Caucasus have entered into a confrontation with one another. Is it a historical dispute or a land issue?