Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says UK has a duty to 'reassure' Baltic states of Nato support
Leader not seen in public since July 1
The embassy also called the Iraq war ‘unjust and highly dangerous’
Savage attacks in Turkey, Bangladesh, Iraq and Saudi Arabia should convince Muslim nations and the West that they share a common enemy
Parties across Europe 'have watched what Ukip have achieved in terms of hijacking the mainstream agenda in the UK and are very keen to take that forward in their own countries'
Russia Today later reinstated the clip, saying it had been removed over concerns for a pilot
'We have an increasingly unpredictable neighbour to the east which is strengthening its military capacity'
Alexander Shprygin was among 20 Russian fans expelled in connection with violence at the beginning of the Euro 2016 tournament
Alexander Shprygin, who has far-right affiliations and is the leader of the Kremlin-backed Russian Football supporters’ association, is among those being deported
Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged the military alliance to prioritise diplomacy
The country is 18 to 24 months off full compliance in drug testing, we now know
But the Russian president refused to say which way he thinks the plebiscite will go
Russian government hackers had access to the Democratic National Committee's computer network for about a year and targeted several other US political organisations
The incident was live-tweeted by Alexander Shprygin, head of the Russian Union of Supporters and a prominent far-right activist
Hooligans are seen hurling chairs and stamping on England fans' heads in the clip
‘This will send a clear signal that Nato stands ready to defend any ally’