Dmitry Muratov had won the Nobel Peace Prize together with Maria Ressa of the Philippines in 2021 "for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression".
Gas prices have hit record levels in Europe, driving a surge in inflation and adding to challenges for policymakers trying to haul Europe back from an economic slowdown.
On April 20, Tata Steel had said it would stop doing business with Russia.
Fears of Russia plus lingering doubts about the US have dredged up old ideas about a European nuclear bomb.
Japan's inflation has remained low as economic activity has remained persistently weak.
After weeks of bloody battles and persistent defense by outgunned Ukrainian soldiers, Russia’s forces are likely to be severely depleted of both men and equipment.
After failing to take the capital Kyiv early on in the war, Russian forces have focused efforts in recent weeks on trying to take complete control of the Donbas
Ukraine received a significant boost on Friday when the European Commission recommended that it be granted EU candidate status – something European Union countries are expected to endorse at a summit this week.
Ukraine has won praise for its use of technology during the war with Russia, utilising crypto communities to raise funds.
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday expressed his readiness to play a "constructive role" to help settle the Ukrainian crisis, according to the Chinese state-TV.
Russian women detained under suspicion of protesting the Russia-Ukraine war were forced to strip naked and perform squats in front of the police, they claim.
Roman Melnichenko may live in Russia, but he has a deep connection to Ukraine. His parents live in Nikopol, a city in southern Ukraine close to the front line.
Austin and Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe met on Friday and reiterated they want to better manage their relationship although there was no sign of any breakthrough in resolving differences.
U.N.'s food agency said reduced exports of wheat and other food commodities from Ukraine and Russia could inflict chronic hunger on up to 19 million more people globally over the next year.
In a Ukrainian city destroyed by Russian shelling, a group of students returned to the ruins of their school to mark their graduation.
It has been over 100 days since Russia invaded Ukraine. The conflict has forced over 72 lakh people to flee their homes. There is no definitive count of casualties.
The outlook for already inflated global food prices was grim even before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in late February – due to post-pandemic global demand, extreme weather, tightening food stocks, high energy prices, supply chain bottlenecks and export restrictions and taxes. The conflict has dramatically worsened the outlook and has sent food inflation rates spiking around the world.
Katya Lipka unfurled the Ukrainian flag on top of the world’s highest peak on May 24.
Colin Shah of Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council speaks to CNBC-TV18 about India’s gold import surge and the reasons behind it.
Answer to the first lies in per capita GDP growth, and to the second, lies in a leader who needn't back down
In a charging letter, the U.S. Department of Commerce said Roman Abramovich in February named his Russian children the beneficiaries of the "shell entities" that owned the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Gulfstream G650 ER aircraft, but that he continued to control them.
Central American nations have seen costs jump for fertilizer and staple regional foods like corn and beans, as a result of rising fuel prices.
The war that poses biggest threat to world peace in recent memory, is threatening the global economic recovery and has redrawn the world energy map entered its 100th day on June 3. Read on to find out how did we get to this point
Life in Moscow and St. Petersburg remains largely normal as Russia’s military operation in Ukraine enters its 15th week.