Pussy Riot activist Nadezhda Tolokonnikova is touring Europe and drumming up publicity for her new book, "Anleitung zur Revolution" - or "How to Start a Revolution." A settling of accounts, punk noise or serious protest?
On her way to Berlin, the Pussy Riot activist's boyfriend was arrested for an action in support of political prisoners. Alyokhina told DW about how the movement is attracting unlikely candidates, and revealed new plans.
Two members of the Russian protest group have won an appeal on their asylum claim in Sweden. The couple said they had received death threats and feared arrest if forced to return to Moscow.
The resignation of Macron's candidate for Paris mayor over a leaked "revenge porn" video has left the French president's party scrambling for a new candidate. Confusion over the role of a Russian activist lingers.
The Berlin International Film Festival opens with the film "My Salinger Year," starring Sigourney Weaver. A minute of silence is to be held for the victims of the Hanau terror attack.
She's one of Germany's most successful children's authors worldwide: Cornelia Funke is beloved for the fantastic worlds she creates.
The flying fiery candles may be missing, but conductor Francois-Xavier Roth is nonetheless taking a leaf out of Beethoven's book with unpredictable and provocative performances based on the composer's own music series.
Did #MeToo manage to "kill the patriarchy" or does toxic masculinity still reign supreme? An exhibition in London explores male self-image in a globally connected era, where gender standards are constantly changing.
The surprise news that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry plan to retire from royalty has triggered a series of humorous reactions on Twitter — as well as harsher comments reflecting polarization on the topic.
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