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International

Ian Bateson

Commentary: Shadow of Nazism looms over the Austrian election

May 20 2016

For years, Austria’s two major parties forged a coalition to keep the far right out of power.

Russian deputy isolated after opposing Crimea annexation

Mar 25 2014

MOSCOW Ilya Ponomaryov has found the Russian parliament a lonely place since becoming the only deputy to vote against the annexation of Crimea.

Russian deputy isolated after opposing Crimea annexation

Mar 25 2014

MOSCOW Ilya Ponomaryov has found the Russian parliament a lonely place since becoming the only deputy to vote against the annexation of Crimea.

Russian court puts Putin foe under house arrest, bars Internet use

Feb 28 2014

MOSCOW A Russian court placed opposition leader Alexei Navalny under house arrest for at least two months on Friday and barred him from using the Internet or speaking to the media.

Russian court puts Putin foe under house arrest

Feb 28 2014

MOSCOW A Russian court placed opposition leader Alexei Navalny under house arrest for at least two months on Friday and barred him from using the Internet or speaking to the media.

Russian court puts Putin foe under house arrest, bars Internet use

Feb 28 2014

MOSCOW A Russian court placed opposition leader Alexei Navalny under house arrest for at least two months on Friday and barred him from using the Internet or speaking to the media.

After Sochi, gay sports event faces high hurdles in Russia

Feb 26 2014

MOSCOW Days after the closing of the Sochi Winter Olympics, a gay sports organisation's plan to hold Russia's first open Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender athletic competition was under threat from bureaucratic barriers it said stemmed from discrimination.

After Sochi, gay sports event faces high hurdles in Russia

Feb 26 2014

MOSCOW Days after the closing of the Sochi Winter Olympics, a gay sports organisation's plan to hold Russia's first open Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender athletic competition was under threat from bureaucratic barriers it said stemmed from discrimination.

After Sochi, gay sports event faces high hurdles in Russia

Feb 26 2014

MOSCOW, Feb 26 Days after the closing of the Sochi Winter Olympics, a gay sports organisation's plan to hold Russia's first open Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender athletic competition was under threat from bureaucratic barriers it said stemmed from discrimination.

Russia police detain hundreds protesting against jailing of activists

Feb 24 2014

MOSCOW Russian riot police detained hundreds of Kremlin opponents on Monday, moving swiftly to curb protests over the jailing of activists convicted of attacking police at a rally against President Vladimir Putin.

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