Attacks on Russian exiles in Britain are causing a diplomatic crisis between Russia and the West. Critics of the Kremlin are worried about what Moscow is capable of.
It's the stuff of spy novels, but the alleged poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury is far from fiction and has drawn comparisons with the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko. Samira Shackle reports.
Brussels and Tehran want to ensure the nuclear deal's survival, despite Washington's withdrawal. What will delegates be discussing at their meeting with Iran's foreign minister? DW's Bernd Riegert reports.
Vilnius has become a destination for Russians who are critical of Vladimir Putin's Russia. Lithuania's government has been welcoming, Benas Gerdziunas reports.
Even if it falls apart, a planned Russian-German gas pipeline has already succeeded in one Kremlin objective: sowing discord in the West. But some believe commercial concerns will win out and the pipeline will go ahead.
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