A court in Russia-controlled Crimea has postponed a preliminary hearing in absentia against a veteran Crimean Tatar leader and prominent Soviet-era dissident who has vehemently opposed Russia's illegal annexation of the peninsula from Ukraine in 2014.
Russian-Controlled Court In Crimea Postpones Hearing Into Case Against Rights Activist.
The patient died at a hospital in San Antonio, Texas, after intentionally exposing himself to someone with the coronavirus, a doctor said.
Deadly border clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan entered a second day, as the European Union and Russia urged restraint.
A court in Dushanbe has suspended the operations of one of the few remaining independent pollsters in Tajikistan, the Zerkalo (Mirror) Center For Social Studies.
Investigators of the Federal Security Service have formally charged an aide to the chief of Russia's Roskosmos space agency, journalist Ivan Safronov, with high treason.
In About-Face, Russian Prosecutors Press Murder Charges Against Sisters Accused Of Killing Abusive Father.
Russian prosecutors have confirmed murder charges against three sisters accused of killing their abusive father in 2018, the sisters' defense team says, reversing their earlier calls for charges to be dropped and dealing a blow to women's rights a...