Monday 18 January 2021
16 January 2021
Aleksei Navalny: Back To Russia, Back To Jail?
15 January 2021
Showdown In Moscow: Navalny Risks Jail With Return To Russia
Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny is returning to Moscow on Sunday, January 17, after six months in Germany being treated for a near-fatal poisoning. He has presented extensive evidence that the Kremlin was behind the attempt on his life. The Russian authorities have said he will be arrested
09 January 2021
Sadyr Japarov: From Convicted Kidnapper To Kyrgyz President?
Sadyr Japrov is considered the front-runner in Kyrgyzstan's presidential election on January 10. A little more than three months ago, he was in prison. He said charges that he took part in an attempted hostage-taking scheme were politically motivated.
06 January 2021
Former Belarusian Official Vouches For Authenticity Of Tape Alleging Lukashenka Hit Squad In Germany
A former senior Belarusian Interior Ministry official has vouched that a 2012 audio recording that allegedly spells out plans to kill several opponents of leader Alyaksandr Lukashenka in Germany is authentic.
23 December 2020
News Quiz: 20 Questions For 2020
It may have seemed like the news in 2020 was all about the COVID-19 pandemic, but, in fact, there was plenty of variety. From protests and war to environmental challenges and social change, Current Time was there. How much do you know about this year’s major events?
04 December 2020
Free Speech In Armenia: A Victim Of Nagorno-Karabakh War? Opposition Says Yes
Armenian opposition members questioned for allegedly organizing protests in defiance of Armenia’s military curfew claim that Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian’s government has been using the ban to stamp out criticism of its controversial Nagorno-Karabakh truce with Azerbaijan and Russia.
02 December 2020
'I'm Not Afraid': The Belarusian Great-Grandmother Who Became A Symbol Of Protest
Nina Bahinskaya, a septuagenarian great-grandmother, says she never misses a protest against the government following an August presidential election widely seen as rigged. She's been attending anti-government protests since the 1980s.
20 November 2020
Thousands Bid Farewell To Dead Belarusian Protester
Thousands came to pay tribute to Raman Bandarenka on November 20 at the Church of Christ's Resurrection in a Minsk suburb. The 31-year-old died in a hospital last week after reportedly being badly beaten by masked security forces. (Current Time)
19 November 2020
No Money, But No Beatings Either -- Belarusians Describe Exile In Latvia
One was a theater director, another worked at an oil refinery, but both have fled repression in Belarus after joining mass protests against an August election widely seen as rigged and are now refugees in neighboring Latvia.