Russian president Vladimir Putin expresses dismay at ruling and calls for 'open discussion'
Facebook's CEO says the social network is taking measures to prevent the spread of misinformation but he and his colleagues do not want to be 'arbiters of truth'
The Pentagon hired a UK-based PR firm to produce and disemminate videos during the Iraq War
Rumiyah used a photo of Steve Leyland, calling him a 'merry Crusader'
Authorities said there was no evidence the gunman was directed externally
Zafreen Khadam was found to be spreading terrorist propaganda using 15 social media accounts
The app features cartoons of rockets, ammunition and swords alongside flowers and balloons
Investigators said the Belgian capital was targeted because authorities stopped plans to attack France
Tens of thousands of people are believed to have fled government troops and Russian bomberdment
The balloons are intended to pop in mid-air, dropping propaganda leaflets and any other contents to the ground
Judges did not accept her lawyers' argument that the sentence should be reduced
As drones become more easily available, the danger to the public is growing, security expert Colin Smith had said
The singer's statement follows the Russian President's call for gay tourists visiting the country during Sochi 2014 to "leave the children in peace"
The Russian leader is at pains to reassure the West that gay athletes and visitors are welcome at the Sochi Winter Olympics. But Oliver Wright and Alec Luhne in Moscow say the message from the LGBT community is far different
Defending Russia’s ban on 'gay propaganda', Mr Putin claimed the law 'doesn't harm anybody' and that there's 'no discrimination' in Russia
The Russian president has told volunteers gay people can feel "at ease" but said they must leave children alone