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# Russia

Last month
March 2024
Zelenskyy calls for world to help defeat 'Russian evil' as 10 people killed in drone strike
Rights group: Over 120 people arrested across Russia during tributes to Alexei Navalny
Ireland's ambassador to Russia among mourners as thousands attend funeral of Alexei Navalny
February 2024
Breakaway Moldovan region's call for Russian 'protection' prompts fears of new Ukraine war front
Widow of Alexei Navalny fears there could be arrests at his funeral on Friday
Bulgarian man becomes sixth person charged for allegedly spying on UK for Russia
Nato has no plans to send troops to Ukraine, amid reports some countries are considering doing so
Hungary approves Sweden's bid to join Nato following months of delays
Navalny was about to be freed in prisoner swap when he died, team says
Taoiseach to attend Paris meeting as Macron attempts to rally support for Ukraine
Ukraine says half of promised Western arms are being delivered late and it's costing lives
Alexei Navalny's body has been returned to his mother, over a week after his death
Ukraine vows to triumph over 'darkness' as country marks second anniversary of Russian invasion
'Ireland has become a second home for me': Ukrainians building careers in Ireland
Russian authorities threaten to bury Navalny's body unless his mother agrees to private funeral
Navalny latest: Mother says she's being pushed to agree to 'secret burial'
FAI accused of 'hypocrisy' over teams playing against Israel in marathon PAC hearing
FAI accused of 'hypocrisy' over teams playing against Israel in marathon PAC hearing
Russian ambassador to Ireland says accusations that Navalny was killed are 'unacceptable'
Tánaiste holds Russia responsible for Navalny's death after DFA summons ambassador to 'express outrage'
X reactivates Navalny's widow Yulia Navalnaya's account after briefly suspending it
Tom Clonan: An emboldened Putin and a possible Trump return pose real dangers for Europe
Tom Clonan
Navalny's widow Yulia Navalnaya accuses Putin of killing her husband, vows to continue his work
Navalny's widow to meet EU ministers, Tánaiste says his death gives extra impetus to back Ukraine
More than 400 detained in Russia while paying tribute to opposition leader Alexei Navalny
French Ambassador concerned over Russian disinformation operations ahead of EU elections
Vincent Guérend spoke to The Journal this week about the current security situation across Europe and ongoing disinformation activities by Russian agents.
UK summons Russian diplomats over Navalny's death as hundreds detained at anti-Putin protests
Ukraine withdrawing from eastern city of Avdiivka after four-month Russian assault
Over 100 people detained in Russia at memorials for deceased opposition leader Alexei Navalny
Zelenskyy signs security deal with France after earlier securing 'historic' German pact
Biden says Putin 'responsible' for Navalny's death, Tánaiste calls it reminder of 'repressive' regime
Alexei Navalny's wife tells Munich Security Conference that Putin must be held accountable
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny dies in prison
The opposition leader and Putin critic was jailed in 2021.
Navalny mobilised huge anti-government protests against Vladimir Putin before being jailed in 2021.
A spokesperson for the Kremlin said Putin has been informed of his death.
The exiled team of Navalny said no confirmation of his death was provided to them.
Russian efforts over nuclear weapons in space draws concerns, US media reports
Ukraine destroys Russian warship amid 'extremely difficult' conditions on front line
Biden hits out at Trump's 'dangerous' remarks questioning US commitment to defend Nato allies
Coast Guard and Naval Service watch over Russian 'shadow fleet' oil tanker off the west coast
The ship was spotted off the Clare and Galway coasts and maritime industry sources said it was believed she was sheltering from bad weather in the Atlantic.
Ukraine downs Russian drones as attacks launched for five hours overnight
Tucker Carlson labelled 'useful idiot' after 'softball' interview with Putin
Irish MEPs cite Catalan solidarity as reason for opposing resolution on Russian interference