- 13:19 30/04/2013
Prosecutors in Russia’s republic of Tatarstan have ordered the Agora human rights group, which has provided legal assistance to people detained at anti-Kremlin protests, to register as a “foreign agent,” a demand it has dismissed as “unlawful.”1
- 11:56 28/03/2013
- 05:47 24/03/2013
Illumination of 90 iconic landmarks in Moscow was switched off for an hour on Saturday night as part of a global environmental action, allowing the Russian capital to save 5 megawatts of electric power, a city government official said.
- 21:35 15/03/2013
- 19:32 26/12/2012
- 18:33 05/12/2012
The Russian authorities may seize and release 49 rare birds of prey brought into the country by two Arab princes without the required permits, a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russia representative said on Wednesday.
- 14:54 18/09/2012
- 17:04 05/06/2012
A state watchdog wrapped up the investigation of an oil spill in the Russian Arctic, but named no names in what a WWF expert called a setback in an otherwise unusually efficient handling of the incident.
- 00:53 01/04/2012
About 2,400 kWh of energy were saved when 65 buildings in Moscow went dark during the global Earth Hour on Saturday evening, according to the estimates by the Russian capital's electricity utility MosSvet
- 10:11 28/10/2011