Greenpeace activists in Moscow have demonstrated for the release of 30 colleagues who were arrested after some tried to scale a Russian oil platform in the Arctic Sea.
Russia is hoping to boost voter turnout in its upcoming presidential election through a series of humorous videos. The campaign appears to be an attempt to counter opposition leader Alexei Navalny's calls for a boycott.
An international tribunal has ruled that Russia must pay millions in damages to the Netherlands for seizing a Greenpeace icebreaker in 2013. Russian officials had also detained activists aboard the Dutch-flagged ship.
Environmentalists have begun a court case in Oslo against Norway's granting of Barents Sea oil prospecting licenses to 13 firms. They say it is the first such lawsuit for a state violation of the Paris climate accord.
Russia's media regulators are demanding Twitter and YouTube delete the accounts of "undesired" NGOs. If they don't, authorities say both sites will be blocked in the country. Will Moscow follow through on its threat?
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