France and Ukraine have condemned 10 lawmakers for visiting the peninsula, which Russia seized last year.
All is not well in the Mushroom Kingdom.
A groundbreaking new report uses open source information to prove the existence of the furry Russian menace.
A civil litigation NGO was fined nearly $5,300 for being a “foreign agent” after one of its leaders spoke at three U.S. universities.
According to hacked data, the Italian company may be in violation of European Union sanctions.
Kendrick White, who has lived in Russia for more than 20 years, told BuzzFeed News he’s “still trying to wrap my head around the absurdity of what’s happening.”
Dans l’espoir que le drapeau de la Russie remplace l’arc-en-ciel sur les photos de profil Facebook.
Russia’s most famous homophobe wants the country to ban Facebook. Another lawmaker would rather ban him instead.
Photographer Sergey Novikov is documenting amateur fields next to churches and military shipyards ahead of the 2018 World Cup.
The Biblical images put an ironic twist on Sochi’s Olympic slogan — “Hot, Cool, Yours!”
Jared Taylor and Sam Dickson, members of the Council of Conservative Citizens, were flown to St. Petersburg by a pro-Kremlin nationalist party for a shambolic far-right forum in March.
The tiny country has built an image as a modern state on revenues from the world’s third-largest oil field in the Caspian. But how long can it last?
Even a performance from Lady Gaga couldn’t dispel concerns over the inaugural European Games, where concerns over Azerbaijan’s dismal human rights record are overshadowing its attempts to integrate into the world.
«Hey Barack, si on faisait de Steven Seagal le médiateur entre Washington et Moscou?» La folle idée que le président russe a essayé d’imposer à Obama.
After a BuzzFeed News report, calls for a probe into allegations that Cisco changed records in Russia when sanctions were imposed.
The intent was to dodge sanctions and provide equipment to Vladimir Putin’s military and security services, a source says. Cisco strongly denies it violated sanctions or attempted to do so. A BuzzFeed News investigation.
The Arizona senator says Ukraine announced his appointment to a semi-official government position before he cleared it under Senate rules.
Boris Rotenberg Jr. went from a lifelong benchwarmer to an automatic starter for Dynamo Moscow overnight. Some suspect his father, who runs the team and is an old friend of Vladimir Putin’s, may have had something to do with it.
Art Spiegelmans Klassiker Maus ist derzeit in Moskaus Buchläden aus Angst vor Razzien nicht aufzutreiben. Denn die Polizei durchsucht derzeit Russland nach Nazisymbolen. Maus, ein Comic über den Aufstieg der Nationalsozialisten, hat ein Hakenkreuz auf dem Cover.
Bookstores in Moscow removed Art Spiegelman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic Maus in fear of police raids searching for Nazi symbols. The book, an allegory for the rise of Nazism, has a swastika on the cover.