Aiden Aslin, known as Cossack Gundi, a British national serving as a Ukrainian marine since 2018, surrendered to Russian forces in Mariupol on 12 April.
A pro-Russian motorcade was pelted with horse manure in Hanover, Germany, on April 10, after facing backlash from thousands of counter-protesters.
Qatari minister assesses use of Iranian ports in finals that will see Iran play England and US.
Kaunas wants to remove any symbols of the Soviet Union and Russia from its public spaces after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Town hall bailiffs seize building once used by Russian embassy to house diplomats.
Hungary plans to pay for Russian gas in euros through Gazprombank, which will convert the payment into roubles.
Package to help low-income households and firms hit by rising prices and the war in Ukraine.
Country sinking into dire straits with combination of Ukraine war impacts and China’s “zero-Covid” policy driving up energy and food costs.
North Macedonia's former PM Nikola Gruevski among seven current and former officials blacklisted over activities that "threaten the stability of the region".
Ankara going to great lengths to avoid taking too much of a tourism hit from Ukraine war. Turkey has imposed no sanctions on Moscow.
Bulgaria’s four-party ruling coalition is facing its biggest challenge since taking power after two of its members backed rival candidates to become the new central bank governor.
Paying for electricity and gas at market prices could be the price of Moldova's independence, says Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Spinu.
Harmony, Latvia's longtime largest party, which is backed by ethnic Russians, collapses to fourth place in March opinion poll.
Slovakia plans to replace the S-300 system with US-made Patriot systems operated by Nato allies, which are already arriving in the country.
Some 10,000 Russian citizens have received personal identification numbers in Kazakhstan since Russia invaded Ukraine.
Unknown culprits vandalised the famous Soviet War Memorial in Berlin’s Treptower Park on April 7 with painted blood stains and political messages against Russia’s war in Ukraine.
TCS Group, the owner of Russian digital bank Tinkoff, is handing over governance of the Russian business to the bank's executive team.
The USA has added diamond producer Alrosa to its list of sanctioned entities, blocking the company off from American banks and preventing nationals from doing business with it. Diamonds are in the top 10 non-energy exports for Russia.
The irregular shredding of classified documents has raised suspicions that the president's close aides – who do not have security clearance – may have looked at the documents.
The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) voted to suspend Russia from the UN Human Rights Council for “gross and systematic violations and abuses of human rights" in Ukraine on April 7.