The pair face sentences of 14 years, although they could be swapped for Ukranian pilot Nadiya Savchenko who was jailed by a Russian court last month
Tensions rise between the two nations after a series of military altercations involving Russian aircraft
Alparsian Celik is suspected to be a member of a far-right militia called 'the Grey Wolves'
The question came at an annual question and answer session with the Russian president
'It's a bold claim'
From the financial and humanitarian cost of supporting millions of Syrian refugees to the interruption of trade links with China and Russia, political conflict is bad for the world's economy. Here's why
The same old enemies are clanking around the black mountains of Karabagh: Russian power, Turkish expansionism and Armenian nationalism
'I was in shock when I heard I was being charged'
The head of Ukraine’s populist Radical party has called for an investigation into the allegations
Several of the Russian President's associates appeared in a huge cache of leaked files
The fighting is considered the worst outbreak since a full-scale war over the Nagorny-Karabakh region ended in 1994
Russian Defence Minister, Sergei Shoigu, has said Russia would study the possibility of building a naval base on the island chain
'It’s a different kind of London, not the one you might read about in a Charles Dickens novel'
In the end, it was the Syrian army - and its Hizballah chums from Lebanon, and the Iranians, and the Russians - who drove the Isis murderers out of Palmyra
Exclusive: General Philip Breedlove said the iconic jet was among ‘additional intelligence collection platforms’ needed to effectively counter an increased threat posed by Moscow
Mr Grabovsky had reportedly been beaten and then shot. Two suspects remain in custody