Foreign ministry source says EU is 'an accomplace in the suffering of Syrians'
Arrest comes after Washington formally accuse Kremlin of attempting to interfere in 2016 election by hacking
Aircraft carrier transporting fighter jets, combat helicopters and cruise missiles to Syria
RT calls the decision over their accounts 'incomprehensible'
'Long live freedom of speech!' broadcaster's editor-in-chief says
'We of course are not going to fan hysteria over this matter, like our partners in the West do'
US government officially accuses Russia of a campaign of cyber attacks against Democratic Party organisations ahead of presidential election
Washington taking ‘aggressive, unpredictable line,’ says Kremlin official
It follows repeated attempts by Russian hacking groups to disrupt the US elections
An aircraft carrier, heading for Syria, may launch flying drills off the British and French coasts and test bombs off the north of Scotland
Labour MP Mike Gapes says: 'If Putin does to Aleppo what he did to Grozny, then they are going to flatten it'
The tragedy of Aleppo is so grotesque, however, that the prospect of what Boris Johnson calls ‘kinetic action’ has to be kept under consideration
The Foreign Secretary also suggested there could be new sanctions on Russia's gas supply to Europe
Last Saturday saw devastating air strikes on a funeral in Sanaa, Yemen, which killed at least 155 people and wounded 500 more. Johnson’s first public response was to issue a tweet
The country's ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin also attacked Boris Johnson over his calls for protests outside the Russian embassy
The Cold War superpowers broke off biltateral talks on Syria following the bombing of a UN aid convoy near Aleppo last month which the US said amounted to a 'war crime'