“For years now, he has sought ways to divide Europe.”
The group release a flashy video to accompany a song produced by TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek.
“You can write whatever you want, but don’t touch America’s dogs!”
From the fight against ISIS in Iraq to the rise of the far right in Europe to those disappearing in Mexico, BuzzFeed World was there.
It’s less bromance and more, Please destroy yourselves.
Their statements came in response to a report — later amended — that said Iran’s nuclear progress would be monitored by Iranian experts.
Take off your shoes, grab a blanket, and read this (while sitting up).
The oligarchs behind L1 Energy, a new oil and gas concern, open an art exhibit at New York’s Neue Galerie.
Mikhail Klikushin has written several stories for the paper, all of which fall in line with Russian government propaganda points.
Murder, even in Russia, is always a shock.
What’s it like to be a man at Davos? BuzzFeed News investigates.
“If there is no banking relationship, it means the countries are on the verge of war.”
The Egyptian president presents himself as a counterweight to extremism in a speech to the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko begs for help at the Davos World Economic Forum while Russian oligarchs party.
Just let John Kerry be your guide.
“This is the most painful option for me.”
Navalny, an anti-corruption campaigner, tweeted his intention to break his house arrest and join protesters after he was found guilty of fraud charges and handed a suspended sentence of three and a half years. About 20 people were arrested in overnight Moscow protests, including a member of Pussy Riot.
“We’re calling on people to follow the example of the witches and come out onto Manezhka and fly in the direction of the Kremlin,” group member Nadya Tolokonnikova tells BuzzFeed News.
A verdict in the latest case against Alexey Navalny was due to be delivered on Jan. 15 — but as a planned protest on the date grew, the court has suddenly changed the date for tomorrow.