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MOSCOW (AP) Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed bills restricting online media and making a criminal of anyone who insults the state laws that critics see as part of Kremlin efforts to stifle criticism and tighten media control.
ROME (AP) U.S. and Russian officials are meeting in Rome this week to discuss the crisis in Venezuela.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) The Portuguese hacker awaiting extradition to his homeland from Hungary is expected to be questioned as a witness over Football Leaks revelations being investigated in Belgium.
BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) The European Union has welcomed Azerbaijan's decision to give amnesty to a number of political activists and journalists.
KURCHALOY, Russia (AP) A court in Russia's Chechnya is due to issue its verdict Monday in the case of a prominent rights activist.
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) Serbia's president pledged on Sunday to defend the country's law and order a day after opposition supporters stormed the national TV station protesting what they said is his autocratic rule and firm control of the media.
WASHINGTON (AP) A look at where the investigations related to President Donald Trump stand and what may lie ahead for him:
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia (AP) The Latest on Slovakia's presidential election: (All times local).
SKOPJE, North Macedonia (AP) Police in North Macedonia say they have arrested a man suspected of smuggling five migrants from Greece, headed north toward Serbia.
WASHINGTON (AP) Newly released documents show that a former adviser to Russia's president had a complete fracture of his neck "at or near the time of his death" in a Washington hotel room in 2015.
BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) A former health minister of Azerbaijan who has been imprisoned for 12 years has been pardoned by the country's president.
USA Basketball still doesn't know which players will be wearing the red, white and blue this summer in China.
TIRANA, Albania (AP) Albanian opposition supporters clashed with police while trying to storm the parliament building Saturday in a protest against the government which they accuse of being corrupt and linked to organized crime.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) The leader of Poland's right-wing ruling party has used hostile language while speaking against rights for LGBT persons, a subject that has risen to prominence in his political campaign ahead of crucial elections in Poland this year.
WASHINGTON (AP) Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska filed a lawsuit Friday against the U.S. Treasury Department, saying the sanctions against him have caused a "wholesale devastation" of his wealth and reputation.
MOSCOW (AP) Russian anti-doping inspectors have again been accused of giving athletes advanced warning of what are meant to be surprise drug tests.
MINSK, Belarus (AP) The Belarusian Foreign Ministry has lashed out at Russia's ambassador, accusing him of showing disrespect for the country the latest sign of tensions between the two neighbors and allies.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) The Council of Europe's constitutional experts say Hungary's budding system of administrative courts gives too much power to leading officials, with "no effective checks and balances."
MOSCOW (AP) Russia's 2??-year suspension from the Paralympics was lifted Friday, though the country's athletes face extra doping tests ahead of next year's games in Tokyo.
PRAGUE (AP) Czech police say they have broken up an international ring smuggling migrants from southeast Asia to western Europe.