A gravelly voice rings out from the phone’s loudspeaker: “Aren’t you scared of me?”
On a sunny afternoon, four figures in hazmat suits trawl among the swings and slides of Salisbury’s Queen Elizabeth Gardens, looking for clues.
Beneath Volgograd’s baking early morning sun, clouds of midges pester factory workers at the Red October steelworks as they clock in.
As Vladimir Putin begins his fourth term as Russia’s president, his image is ubiquitous at home and effectively Russia’s “brand” worldwide.
Social networks buzzed all day Sunday with videos, photos and firsthand accounts of voting violations in Russia’s presidential election.