Christopher Steele, a retired MI6 agent, is believed to be the author of the document
'It is clear what this Group of Seven means without other major economies,' says Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. 'Nothing'
Donald Trump's Secretary of State appointee says he does not have enough information to decide whether Vladimir Putin is a war criminal
'You don’t want people to be imprisoned for two years and labelled a criminal for the rest of their lives for a slap'
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
The president-elect dismissed the alleged cyber attacks
Warsaw is nervous about Russian aggression in Eastern Europe following the annexation of Crimea
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
A pro-Russian stance could slam the brakes on seven years of closer integration with the European Union
Both countries are involved in a war of words over Syria
'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
Over half of Russians polled say they support Moscow's air strikes in Syria
'Formulate your wish list...think of what kind of assistance you expect from Russia'