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# Kremlin

This year
Georgia’s president vetoes controversial law that has provoked weeks of protests
Dublin MEPs debate threat of Russian interference in EU ahead of June elections
Vladimir Putin declared winner of Russian election that offered 'no freedom' and 'no choice'
Putin poised for fifth term in power as final day of voting in Russian election underway
Russians cast ballots in presidential election set to hand Putin another term in office
Russia's presidential election is neither free nor fair, say EU and Nato
More than 400 detained in Russia while paying tribute to opposition leader Alexei Navalny
Over 100 people detained in Russia at memorials for deceased opposition leader Alexei Navalny
Tucker Carlson labelled 'useful idiot' after 'softball' interview with Putin
Last year
Tom Clonan: A defeated Ukraine would be a military and political disaster for the EU and NATO
Tom Clonan
Ireland “a victim of Russian disinformation”, experts on Ukraine war say
Russia withdraws from nuclear test treaty as it denies 'stalemate' in Ukraine war
Debunked: Fake government letter used to spread rumour of Ukrainians being extradited to fight
Russian court sentences Putin critic Alexei Navalny to 19 years in prison on extremism charges
Standoff in Australia's capital as Russian diplomat refuses to leave former embassy site
Russian court orders trial of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny be held behind closed doors
German police investigating suspected Kremlin-ordered poisoning of Russian exiles
Putin accused of visiting sites of Russian 'war crimes' in Ukraine
Jailed Russian opposition leader Navalny rapidly losing weight after 'suspected poisoning’
Donnacha Ó Beacháin: 'Young people are fighting to reverse Georgia’s authoritarian trajectory'
Donnacha Ó Beacháin
'It's killing more of our people': Ukraine denounces 'global indecision' on tanks
All time
Russia vetoes UN bid against Ukraine annexations as China abstains
Kremlin to annex more Ukraine territories at ceremony Friday
Putin signs decree making it easier for Ukrainians to live and work in Russia
Russian army expands grip on eastern Ukraine in move to cut supply lines
War in Ukraine enters 'protracted phase': Defence minister
Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny set to appeal nine-year prison sentence
Putin’s ex-wife and family members targeted in latest UK sanctions
Kremlin crackdown silences war protesters in Russia
Biden threatens Putin with personal sanctions over Ukraine
Nato outlines ‘deterrence’ plan as tensions with Russia soar
EU leaders look to deepen relations with former Soviet republics
Pro-Kremlin party looks set to retain majority in Russian parliament
Putin's party set to retain Russian parliament majority after polls
Navalny app removed from Apple and Google as Russians vote in election
Russian anti-corruption Navalny group vows to 'continue to fight'
UN experts say Alexei Navalny in 'serious danger' and needs urgent medical evacuation
Alexei Navalny ‘could die at any moment’, doctor says, as hunger strike continues
EU agrees to impose sanctions on Russia for jailing Alexei Navalny
Russia prosecutor seeks €10,000 defamation fine in latest case against Navalny