Journalists have uncovered how a Russian holding company finances publications in Baltic countries
Frightened parents renounce their children while Chechen authorities persecute human rights advocates, LGBTI individuals and teenagers
The OSCE has given Moscow ten days to explain what is happening. What charges have been put forward against the Chechen authorities?
A woman in prison is considered a much greater disgrace for the family than a man in Ukraine, and they are often jailed along with their children
EU foreign ministers to discuss a new package of sanctions
Zakharchenko was killed in a bomb explosion. Moscow points fingers at the ‘Kiev regime’
The ‘transportation war’ between Russia and Ukraine is becoming more intense. What is happening, and what can be expected?
"It’s mostly passengers who are suffering, the lion’s share of which are Ukrainians”, say Ukrainian experts
Russia wants Facebook, Google and Viber to give Russian security agencies access to internet traffic and private correspondence
Access to their services may be limited in Russia should they refuse
The cocaine cache found in the Russian embassy has been cremated
A look at Austrian-Russian relations, and why the Austrian media and opposition are calling for the resignation of the country’s foreign minister
Homosexual relations are punishable by death in Iran. For that reason, even the families of Iranian gays rarely know about their relatives’ orientations, and many of them try to leave the country
Not only the public is protesting: the Russian Ombudsman for human rights is as well
Since August, the US has implemented new economic sanctions against Iran, Russia and Turkey. JAMnews looked into the details of the sanctions and the reasons behind them
The Russian press used the phrase ‘Georgian-South Ossetian conflict’ for the first time to describe the war