Russian President Vladimir Putin vetoed legislation passed by parliament on changes to the Skolkovo innovation hub, a project championed by Premier Dmitry Medvedev, threatening to widen a rift between the two men.
A Moscow court found three female punk performers guilty of hooliganism and inciting religious hatred in a trial that’s become an international symbol of President Vladimir Putin’s intolerance for dissent.
A Russian court jailed three female punk performers for two years for inciting religious hatred and hooliganism, prompting international condemnation of the case that’s become a symbol of President Vladimir Putin’s intolerance for dissent.
A Moscow court is scheduled to deliver its verdict today in the trial of three female punk performers whose prosecution has become an international symbol of President Vladimir Putin’s intolerance for dissent.
Russia’s regional elections, including the first gubernatorial polls in eight years, are testing President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to reassert control after the largest protests in more than a decade.