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Dmitry Muratov after he was assaulted on a train last month. Six journalists from Novaya Gazeta, the newspaper he edits, have been murdered. Photograph: Dmitry Muratov/Novaya Gazeta/AFP

The Russian newspaper editor Dmitry Muratov had just boarded the train from Moscow to his home city of Samara, 857km to the southeast, when a man burs(...)

Russian ambassador Yuriy Filatov is to be invited to attend Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s address to the joint Houses of the Oireachtas

Russian ambassador Yuriy Filatov is to be invited to attend Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s address to the joint Houses of the Oireachtas. (...)

UK prime minister Boris Johnson. Britain’s   heel-dragging on refugees is inhumane. Photograph: Jessica Taylor/AFP via Getty

Britain using Brexit as an excuse for its failure to act faster against the oligarchs in its midst is an irony so stupendously rich it should have its(...)

Newspaper owner  Lord Evgeny Lebedev says   his integrity is being called into question unjustly because of his father’s past actions. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/ PA Wire

Britain has imposed sanctions on 386 members of Russia’s parliament, banning them from entering the country, accessing assets or doing business there.(...)

Stuart Ramsay, chief correspondent at Sky News, was hit by a bullet in the lower back as shooting rained down on a car carrying his crew towards Kyiv. Photograph: Sky News/PA Wire

Footage of smoke billowing around Kyiv’s main television tower reminds us that every war brings with it an assault on information that takes place bot(...)

Smoke rises from a power plant after shelling outside the town of Schastia, near the eastern Ukraine city of Lugans. Photograph: Aris Messinis/AFP via Getty

Since Russia began amassing its army on Ukraine’s borders, the European Union, the UK and the United States have been warning that an invasion would b(...)

A train with Russia military vehicles crosses a bridge linking Russia and the Crimean peninsula leaving Crimea after military drills. Photograph: Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP

Russia has said it is returning more troops and weapons to bases, but Nato declared it saw no sign of a drawdown as fears that Moscow could invade Ukr(...)

  Kamila Valieva:  the Independent Testing Agency confirmed the young Russian skater  had returned a positive drugs test. Photograph:  Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP/Getty

The journalists who broke the story of Russian skater Kamila Valieva’s positive drugs test on Wednesday say they have faced death threats, abuse, and (...)

Graphic: Paul Scott

Over the next 10 weeks, Inside Russia will bring reports and features from across the biggest country in the world, travelling through its 11 time zon(...)

A man hands out brochures and newspapers of the Fair Russia party in Moscow on Wednesday. Elections to the lower house will run until Sunday. Photograph: Yuri Kochetkov/EPA

In liberal democracies it is a normal sequence of events that when something goes seriously wrong in the economy or society the electorate will hold t(...)

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