One year since WSJ journalist Evan Gershkovich was detained in Russia

March 29, 2024

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.

  • Now Playing

    One year since WSJ journalist Evan Gershkovich was detained in Russia

    01:25

  • UP NEXT

    Timeline: How the attack at a Moscow concert hall unfolded

    01:57

  • Parents of Evan Gershkovich speak out almost a year after reporter was detained in Russia

    02:10

  • Mourning in Moscow for terrorist attack that killed 137

    01:21

  • Moscow mass shooting suspects appear in court

    01:19

  • Death toll climbs as Russia holds day of mourning for terror attack victims

    01:33

  • Pope condemns Moscow concert attack as ‘inhuman actions’

    00:48

  • Death toll rises and new details emerge from Moscow concert hall terror attack

    01:57

  • Putin vows to punish perpetrators after deadly Moscow concert attack

    00:54

  • U.S. warned Russia about a potential terrorist attack in Moscow

    01:36

  • Video inside Moscow concert hall shows terror as gunmen attack

    01:21

  • Dozens of casualties reported after attack on Russian concert hall

    02:23

  • Video shows fire at scene of Moscow shooting attack

    01:07

  • Putin speaks after winning fifth term

    01:49

  • Putin says he supported Navalny swap for prisoners held in West

    02:29

  • Putin says he supported Navalny swap for prisoners held in West

    02:29

  • A look into Putin’s nearly 30 year reign over Russia

    05:43

  • NBC News reports from inside a Moscow polling station as Russian presidential election begins

    01:08

  • President Putin says Russia is ready for a nuclear war

    01:15

  • Navalny’s widow calls on supporters to join an election day protest against Putin

    01:03

It is one year since the Wall Street Journal’s Evan Gershkovich was arrested by Russian security services on charges of espionage while working in Yekaterinburg. NBC News’ Claudio Lavanga reports for Early Today. 

Source link