Russia arrests woman with US-Russian citizenship on treason charges

The Los Angeles resident has been collecting funds for a Ukrainian organisation, the Federal Security Service says

Putin victory in March presidential election will not be legitimate, says Navalnaya

Yulia Navalnaya urges the West not to recognise Russia's March election

Russia targets brother of Alexei Navalny

Russia opens a new criminal case against Oleg Navalny

Palestinian situation brings memories of our own struggle, SA ambassador tells ICJ

Vusimuzi Madonsela presents arguments on what Palestine says is Israel’s occupation of its territory

This could be Julian Assange’s last chance to stop extradition

His lawyers will argue that the WikiLeaks founder’s prosecution is politically motivated

Ukraine troops dig in after retreat from Avdiivka

Offensive lands Kremlin biggest battlefield advance since capturing the city of Bakhmut

Official cause of Alexei Navalny’s death ‘still to be determined’

Navalny’s mother, Lyudmila, was told on Saturday at the prison colony that her son had died from ‘sudden death syndrome’

Bundesbank: Germany’s economy is likely in recession

Consumers remain cautious and domestic investment is held back by high borrowing costs

Opposition leader’s widow vows fight ‘for free Russia’

Yulia Navalnaya calls on supporters to battle President Vladimir Putin

Sunak and Von der Leyen express outrage at Navalny death

British and European Commission leaders join global condemnation after death of Putin critic in Arctic prison

Lufthansa ground staff announce strike

Germany’s biggest airports to be affected by one-day strike by transport sector workers

EU reportedly to fine Apple about €500m over music streaming

The record fine is expected to be announced early in March, says FT

Hundreds held across Russia at events in memory of Navalny

Rights group says largest numbers of arrests in St Petersburg