Atlantic Resolve launched in immediate aftermath of Crimea's annexation
Former British ambassador reportedly warned that Theresa May was not doing enough to prepare the UK in the event of a 'disorderly' departure from the EU
The declassified version of the report warned that other countries were also vulnerable to attack
My family was booted out in 2001, after America kicked out 50 Russian diplomats
Local sources present differing accounts of death of Svetlana Rosalina
Yura Yeliseyev was practising parkour when he slipped, his friend says
Russian president Vladimir Putin expresses dismay at ruling and calls for 'open discussion'
800 British troops will be stationed in Estonia next year as part of a 15-nation effort to defend the Baltic states
Moscow denies that its troops are involved in regular ground combat operations
Charity says staff turned up to work to find the doors sealed, locks changed and alarm deactivated
'A landowner could build real estate that a foreign state could take advantage of in a crisis'
Armed exercise will involve 150 Russian paratroopers, 50 air force staffers, three transport planes and an unspecified number of troops from Serbia and Belarus
Five Chechen suspects deny killing the Russian opposition leader
Dmitry Zakharchenko has been detained on suspicion of abuse of power, obstruction of justice and accepting bribes
Paramedics announce chauffeur killed instantly
'Cameras want us to pay fines even if car shadows violate traffic rules'