Facebook said it has taken down a network of “coordinated, inauthentic” Ukrainian social media pages tied to a digital advertising agency in the nation’s capital as it seeks to combat the spread of disinformation.
Kosovar President Hashim Thaci has said that he will travel to The Hague next week to be interviewed by a special prosecutor whose office was set up to pursue allegations of war crimes committed during and after Kosovo's war of independence in the late '90s.
Police have used tear gas to disperse protesters after clashes erupted for a second straight night outside the parliament building in the Serbian capital, fueled by public anger over the government's coronavirus response.
Activist Pyotr Verzilov, a founding member of the protest music group Pussy Riot and publisher of independent Mediazona website, has been detained again, two days after finishing a 15-day jail sentence for swearing.
Lithuania has suspended Russia's RT television from broadcasting in its territory because of RT's links with the head of the Russian state TV network, Dmitry Kiselyov, who is under international sanctions.