President Vladimir Putin signs legislation that bars members of "extremist" organisations from running for office, a decision allies of jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny say aims to sideline them from parliamentary election this year.
Russia's justice minister described the decision by the human rights court as unprecedented interference in the work of Russia's courts and said, "There are no legal grounds for the release of this person from custody."
Moscow announced the expulsions just hours after EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to discuss ties.
Dozens more people have been taken into custody by Saudi authorities in a sweep that investigators say has uncovered at least $100 billion in corruption.
The move by the congressional committee is largely symbolic as the decision to suspend Temer and put him on trial rests with the full lower house, which is scheduled to vote on the matter August 2.
The demonstrators want Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu and his entire cabinet to resign even after the government scrapped a controversial decree that would weaken measures against corruption in the European country.
British Prime Minister David Cameron will host an international anti-corruption summit aimed at stepping up global action to combat corruption in all walks of life.
Australian government announces to crack down on corporate corruption and track down graft funds at home, abroad
Serbian police arrest 49 people, including officials from ministries and state-owned firms, on suspicion of corruption and abuse of office
Iraqi parliament cancels voting session on new cabinet due to lack of quorum and premier al Abadi's non presence
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