Pyotr Verzilov seriously ill and in hospital, members of the Pussy Riot protest band with whom he collaborated said, suggesting he may have been poisoned.
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Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, who came to power in June, has made removing Franco’s remains from the monument one of his priorities.
On Sunday, reportedly over a thousand Russians were arrested for illegally protesting against government plans for pension age adjustment.
Final results from Sweden’s parliamentary expected later in the week, preliminary results have one Europe’s most liberal nations making a turn to the right.
A general election will take place on 9 September 2018 and the well-regarded and historically strong Swedish democracy is facing its first major test in years.
Moderate parties signed an agreement to form a center-left government in Slovenia, sidelining right-wing group that won an inconclusive election in June.
Russian opposition leader Navalny detained in Moscow, two months after his release from prison for organizing protests against the government of President.
Ukraine prosecutor general on Tuesday said, it had demanded 15-Year Sentence for Ousted President “Viktor Yanukovych for betraying his nation to Russia
A U.N. watchdog committee said Friday that torture is widely practiced throughout Russia and that perpetrators of these crimes are very rarely punished.
Barcelona is the heart of a new global political phenomenon known as municipalism. Barcelona City Hall looks like it’s been occupied by protesters.