Two years ago, Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was assassinated on the street near the Kremlin. The murder has never been solved.
Thousands of Russians marched on Moscow's streets to commemorate the third anniversary of politician Boris Nemtsov's assassination. Nemtsov, murdered in 2015, was one of President Putin's most outspoken critics.
Navalny was taken into custody and later released by authorities. He faces a court hearing and 30 days in jail. His campaign manager was separately arrested and remains in detention.
It's no surprise that Vladimir Putin was re-elected as Russian president. The outcome of this bogus election was preordained. DW's Ingo Mannteufel comments on the consequences for Russia and the West.
Tensions between Westminster and Moscow continue to escalate after the attempted murder of an ex-spy. Sarah Bradbury gauges the reaction of Russians and Russia experts in London and finds a relative sense of calm.
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