The US has expressed displeasure at Snowden's public appearance in Moscow. He says he will try to get to Latin America.
Thousands have taken to the streets. Kremlin critic Ildar Dadin released from prison. Opposition leader Alexei Navalny running for president. Don't mistake these developments for a political thaw, writes Juri Rescheto.
Just weeks before a series of elections, the head of Germany's populist right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, Frauke Petry, is visiting Moscow. What does the AfD want from Russia, and vice versa?
Is it really just a game? Moscow wants to use military exercises to revive the memory of the storming of the Reichstag. German observers are warning against a dangerous militarization of Russia's youth.
The head of Germany's populist party AfD has met with high-level Russian politicians in a secretive meeting in Moscow. Petry's office refused to clarify who else attended the talks.
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