Alexander Litvinenko died in 2006 after being poisoned with radioactive polonium 210. The nine-year investigation into his murder has been one of the most extensive investigations in British criminal history.
VICE News traveled to Moscow to find out how the Russian government has suppressed dissent and fostered fear among Putin’s critics.
In the concluding part of our two-part series, VICE News investigates how the Kremlin uses state-controlled television to manipulate public opinion, while narrowing the media landscape and silencing — sometimes violently — dissenting points of view.
In part one of a two-part series, VICE News travels to Siberia and Moscow to see how the Kremlin's propaganda machine is molding the next generation of Russians in Putin’s image.
Coming soon: VICE News traveled to Moscow to find out how the Russian government has suppressed dissent and fostered fear among Putin’s critics.
'Russia Is Not the Same as Putin': Marina Litvinenko, Widow of Murdered Ex-KGB Agent, Speaks to VICE News
Alexander Litvinenko died a painful death nine years ago after being poisoned with radioactive polonium in London. A public inquiry is now underway and VICE News talked to the former KGB agent's widow.
Government critics said they feared that the era of democratic reforms had died along with Nemstov, who was gunned down near the Kremlin on Friday.
Russia Says Security Cameras Weren't Pointing at Nemtsov Shooting — But Blogger's Photo Suggests They Were
An image released by a well-known writer and activist shows a Kremlin camera apparently pointing at the bridge where the opposition leader was gunned down on Friday, contradicting official claims.