Russian anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny lost the Moscow mayor's race, but he's calling for a recount -- and a runoff election. He claims that Sunday's contest was rigged.
The Kremlin has issued a rare rebuke to Chancellor Angela Merkel for her comments on Russian air strikes in Syria. EC chief Donald Tusk has echoed Merkel's remarks as the US warns of a growing threat from IS militants.
When the going gets tough, the rich in Russia go shopping, but as the economy worsens there will soon be more up for sale than just luxury goods. Fiona Clark reports from Moscow.
The CSU's adjunct foreign policy is legendary. Now, Horst Seehofer is flying to Moscow. It is a politically juicy and controversial visit by the Bavarian in a period of upheaval in German-Russian relations.
Her father was Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, who was assassinated in February 2015. Now Zhanna Nemtsova, who works for DW, launches a book in Germany, as she wants to "wake up Russia."
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