Boris Nemtsov's death outside the Kremlin on Friday night reveals the deep sense of alienation between various political forces in Russia and shows how political divisions in the country can in a moment turn violent.
Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was shot dead late Friday outside the Kremlin. Since then, his death has become one of the most debated topics among Russian social media users.
A Pro-Kremlin party has reprimanded its maverick lawmakers after they said Moscow's food import ban had hurt Russians and proposed limiting President Vladimir Putin's power to impose new sanctions.
Russia is moving ahead with the "creeping annexation" of two breakaway Georgian regions as part of an aggressive strategy to broaden its influence in the region, Georgia's foreign minister has said.
In Ukraine, whose tumultuous 20th-century history has spilled over into a bloody battle for its 21st-century identity, every picture tells a story.
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