She was convicted of involvement in the deaths of Russian journalists but has become a hero in Ukraine
Crimean Tatar Jamala won the contest with her song '1944', described by Russian media as a 'highly provocative' allusion to the recent conflict in Crimea
Russia has had a tough job winning over Europe in recent years given its poor gay rights and the Ukraine crisis
The pair face sentences of 14 years, although they could be swapped for Ukranian pilot Nadiya Savchenko who was jailed by a Russian court last month
Mr Grabovsky had reportedly been beaten and then shot. Two suspects remain in custody
Nature has been quick to reclaim the area's abandoned infrastructure, stray shoes and family photos still fixed to bedroom walls show the speed with which families were evacuated
Nadiya Savchenko has been found guilty of complicity in the murder of two Russian journalists
'The result is an expected one, but all the same it’s pretty painful'
Artur Samarin, 23, pretended to be 18-year-old honour roll student Asher Potts
The investigative Bellingcat group claims to have tracked the weapon's movement from Russian into eastern Ukraine
'When strangers are coming, they come to your house, they kill you all and say ‘We’re not guilty’'
Authorities in Kiev have brought in infection control procedures to slow its spread
David Cameron and Vladimir Putin agreed to 'work together' to defeat Isis last month
It is believed the attacks that caused the blackout were the work of a group dubbed 'Sandworm'
Vladimir Putin bought the bond two years ago to bail out the former Ukraine president
The party was charged with 'encitement of ethnic hatred' and 'encroachment on human rights and freedoms'