Topic: Yevgeny Ikhlov
Microsoft yesterday announced it will provide free software and legal assistance to struggling groups in Russia and 11 other countries.
12/07/2010 01:16 pm
A Moscow court's ruling that curbs artistic expression, as well as fresh legislation to strengthen the KGB's successor and limit rights of public assembly, appear to some Russians to presage a broader crackdown.
07/16/2010 04:10 pm
This weekend's Russia protests, in which thousands gathered in 20 Russian cities for 'Day of Wrath' demonstrations against Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and other government officials, brought together diverse political forces.
03/21/2010 12:41 pm
Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky sued police for corruption, then died while in police custody. Is the investigation ordered by President Dmitry Medvedev a sign of tougher anti-corruption policy?
11/25/2009 12:00 am
Telecommunications companies, whose business is hurt by Skype, are calling the the VoIP software a threat to natitonal security because the government cannot eavesdrop on Internet calls.
07/28/2009 01:00 am
Colleagues of Ms. Estemirova say her murder Wednesday is part of a pattern that shows cost of a Kremlin pact with Chechnyan President Ramzan Kadyrov.
07/16/2009 01:00 am
Case of murdered investigative journalist to get another look. Is this politics or justice?
06/25/2009 01:00 am
Some Russians say a new Amnesty International assessment understates the dangers faced by those who dare to offer dissent.
05/08/2009 01:00 am
Sergei Protazanov's killing in March was the latest in a series of violent attacks targeting journalists.
04/28/2009 01:00 am