Several celebrities and public figures wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin, asking with him to allow treatment for critic Alexei Navalny.
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Under new law he signed, Putin may rule until 2036, surpassing Josef Stalin as Russia’s longest-serving leader since Peter the Great.
Russia has enacted a new law that will let Vladimir Putin to run again for the presidency twice. Putin has been in power since 2000.
The continued focus on Navalny and Putin rather than the protest movement stifles the growth of an opposition movement in Russia.
“Putin’s Palace” rehashed the question of how rich Putin is. Hermitage Capital’s Bill Browder believes he has the answer.
For years Russia jammed satellite systems in the Black Sea. Recent events suggests this may have been to conceal the so-called “Putin’s Palace”.
Russian police forcibly and at times brutally dispersed peaceful protests, arbitrarily detaining more than 5,000 people.
Tens of thousands of Russians took to the streets in protest to demand the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Russian environmental activist has offered elaborate details about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s rumored palace by the Black Sea.
Navalny’s team has released a mammoth investigation into Vladimir Putin’s wealth, including a £1bn palace on the Black Sea.