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Activists from Ocean Rebellion wearing oil heads with 75-litres of fake oil, alongside the Cop26 campus in Glasgow, as the city prepares for the conference. Photograph: PA

For some, warnings about the cataclysmic climate threat facing the world can sound endlessly repetitive, but scientists’ warnings about the dangers th(...)

An aerial view of a Sakhalin Energy Company oil and gas facility on the southern shore of Sakhalin island. Sakhalin’s regional government is  working to implement a Kremlin-approved plan to make Sakhalin carbon neutral by 2025. Photograph: Yuri Smityukass via Getty Images

People in Sakhalin like to say that everything in Russia begins on this Pacific island: each new day and new year and now, perhaps, a cleaner future f(...)

Russian authorities approved non-working week from October 28th to November 7th in Russia to curb the fast spreading of coronavirus infection. Photograph: Maxim Shipenkov/EPA

The Russian capital has started a non-working period intended to stem coronavirus infections as new daily cases and deaths from Covid-19 surged to all(...)

A Russian security guard with a member Central African Republican leader Faustin-Archange Touadéra’s presidental guard (on left) and a UN Rwandan peacekeeper on duty while the president casts his ballot in Bangui in last December’ elections. Photograph: Alexis Huguet/AFP via Getty Images

When the tattooed Russian fighters arrived in Alindao, a town in the southern Central African Republic (CAR), the rebels fled – and the people rejoice(...)

Russia has repeatedly broken record numbers of Covid deaths and infections over the last three weeks, with only a third of the country fully vaccinated. Photograph: Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP Photo

Moscow will close most non-essential services for a week from October 28th, as Russia registered its highest daily number of coronavirus deaths and in(...)

Russia’s Land of the Leopard is home to some 110 adult Amur leopards, following a rise in numbers due to conservation efforts backed by Vladimir Putin. Photograph courtesy of Yuri Shibnev/Phoenix

Scanning sun-dappled forest near the Russia-China border, Viktor Storozhuk wonders which tree would best hide his trap. In this Pacific coast region w(...)

Gazprom headquarters in Moscow: Continental Europe gets more than one-third of its total gas supplies from Gazprom. This relationship has been poisoned by Russia’s  2014 annexation of Crimea.

In Ireland, as in the rest of Europe, the natural gas that heats your home this October is costing at least five times more than it did a year ago. Th(...)

Russian president Vladimir Putin tempered surging gas price rises last week by saying Russia was prepared to intervene to stabilise a ‘speculative craze’ on volatile energy markets. Photograph: Getty

Russian president Vladimir Putin has said the country is meeting all requests for gas supplies from Europe, vehemently denying that state-run monopoly(...)

People look out over the Amur river from Blagoveshchensk in Russia to Heihe in China. Photograph: Daniel McLaughlin

Before becoming a businessman and an official in Blagoveshchensk, a Russian city that faces China across the fast-flowing Amur river, Boris Beloborodo(...)

People walk through the Red Square in Moscow as Russia reported a new record high of 968 daily deaths from Covid-19. Photograph: Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP via Getty

Russia has reported another record number of daily coronavirus deaths amid a slow vaccination rate and authorities’ reluctance to tighten restrictions(...)

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