The US has expressed displeasure at Snowden's public appearance in Moscow. He says he will try to get to Latin America.
Tension between the Kremlin and Western leaders has increased, after President Putin signed a new law cracking down on foreign NGOs. Critics have condemned the move as an attempt to stifle free speech.
The LGBTI community is using Russia's popularity at the Eurovision Song Contest to reach out to Moscow, but that's not the only thing being done to promote tolerance. DW's Jessie Wingard reports from Vienna.
The Russian Duma has passed a law that can label any international group "undesirable." Its vague wording means it could affect the business world as well as Russian civil society. Emily Sherwin reports from Moscow.
If you’re buying medications online, beware. Some 50 percent of the drugs sold in online pharmacies could be fake and Russia is fast becoming one of the cybermarket’s main suppliers, writes Fiona Clark from Moscow.