Mikhail Khodorkovsky has been reunited with his eldest son in Berlin, after being pardoned by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
A surprising bromance between a Bosnian Serb secession advocate and Russian strongman Vladimir Putin has observers on edge. Moscow's aims are complex, but there is no mistaking its presence in the election campaign.
The Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute was established in Berlin two years ago by former chief of Russian Railways and Putin supporter Vladimir Yakunin. DW takes a look at what exactly the think tank does.
In 1993, a constitutional crisis threatened to topple Russia's government. With Western support, President Boris Yeltsin deployed the army against his own parliament in a move that forever altered Kremlin politics.
Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and Sergei Lavrov met in Berlin to discuss their roles in Syria. Germany promised reconstruction help if Russia kept President Assad from launching an offensive in opposition-held Idlib.
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