Corey Flintoff

Corey Flintoff appears in the following:

Thousands March In Moscow In Memory of Murdered Opposition Figure Boris Nemtsov

Sunday, March 01, 2015

The demonstration, tens of thousands strong, also served as a show of defiance against President Vladimir Putin.


Boris Nemtsov, Shot Friday, Was A Vehement Anti-Putin Critic

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was gunned down in Moscow Friday night. Nemtsov was a longtime opposition leader and a fierce critic of President Vladimir Putin. Putin condemned the killing.


Putin Critic Boris Nemtsov Shot Dead In Moscow

Friday, February 27, 2015

On Friday, gunmen shot to death the prominent Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov. Nemtsov was a longtime Russian opposition leader and a sharp critic of President Vladimir Putin.


In Battered Ukraine, Spirit Of Defiance Lives On In Maidan Square

Monday, February 23, 2015

A year ago, Kiev's central square was the center of the protest movement that ousted Ukraine's president. The square remains a home for free speech, including criticism of the current government.


State Department Spokeswoman's Promotion Means End To 'Psaking' In Russia

Friday, February 20, 2015

State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki has just been promoted to White House Communications Director, a job with a lower public profile. It's going to be a loss for the Kremlin's idea of TV comedy.


Ukrainian Soldiers Retreat After Eastern Town Falls

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The forced withdrawal of Ukrainian forces from a strategically important town in eastern Ukraine is a blow to the recent ceasefire agreement — and to President Petro Poroshenko.


'Frozen Conflict' May Be Ukraine's Best Hope, For Now

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France met in Belarus on Wednesday in an effort to stop the war in Ukraine. The negotiation comes amid the heaviest fighting yet in eastern Ukraine, where Russian-backed rebels have been gaining ground in a fierce offensive.


Minsk Meeting Aimed At Stopping Fighting In Eastern Ukraine

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Leaders from France, Germany, Ukraine and Russia are scheduled to meet in the Belarus capital of Minsk on Wednesday to try to work out a peace deal for the war in Ukraine.


With New Moves, Russia's Parliament Looks To Rewrite History

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Russia's seizure of Crimea has been widely criticized. But what if Crimea was given away illegally to Ukraine back in 1954? Russian lawmakers are hard at work on their own version of history.


There's A Renewed Effort To Stall The War In Ukraine

Monday, February 09, 2015

International efforts to bring peace to eastern Ukraine continue. Negotiators consider borders that acknowledge the areas that separatists control, if Russia withdraws heavy weapons from the region.


French, German Leaders To Present Ukraine Peace Plan To Russia

Friday, February 06, 2015

French President Francois Hollande and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel travel to Moscow on Friday for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the crisis in Ukraine.


War In Eastern Ukraine Grows Fiercer By The Day

Monday, February 02, 2015

Russian-backed separatists push forward into areas held by the Ukrainian military. The offensive is a disaster for civilians, trapped in towns and villages along the battle front.


Civilians In Eastern Ukraine Flee As Fighting Intensifies

Friday, January 30, 2015

Civilians in villages near the front lines in Eastern Ukraine are being forced to leave their homes as fighting intensifies between Government forces and Russian-back separatists.


Civilians In Debaltsevo Flee Russian-Backed Separatists

Friday, January 30, 2015

The Ukrainian army reinforced its positions and evacuated civilians on Thursday from an enclave north-east of Donetsk that has Russian-backed separatists attacking on three sides.


Amid Fighting In Donetsk, On Edge And Seeking Safety Underground

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

The eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk has been under siege and subject to artillery and rocket attacks for months — residents are living in stressful conditions and the separatist militia are jumpy.


Bulgakov's 'Master' Still Strikes A Chord In Today's Russia

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov's classic, The Master and Margarita, ridiculed Soviet leaders and bureaucracy. It wasn't published until 27 years after his death, but it still resonates with Russians.


Russia's Prominent Prisoners Reflect Tension With Its Neighbors

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Russia is jailing three prominent figures from Ukraine and Estonia on what critics say are highly questionable charges. The cases also reflect the friction between Russia and its neighbors.


Russian Media Condemn Paris Attacks — But Question Who Was Behind Them

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

A tabloid and a TV channel have given play to theories asking if Americans plotted the attacks. Also, some religious figures have said Charlie Hebdo staff brought the violence on themselves.


Courted By The U.S. And Russia, Uzbekistan Ignores Critics

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Uzbekistan has been a key partner for the U.S. in the Afghan war. Now that the U.S. role in that war is winding down, will Uzbekistan's poor human rights record become more of an issue?


The Russian Who Claims Credit For Fanning The Flames In Ukraine

Tuesday, January 06, 2015

Igor Girkin claims to have touched off the conflagration, and he says he's proud of what he did. The former member of the Russian security service has a knack for turning up in tumultuous places.