Finnish government communications chief Markku Mantila said his officials had observed a barrage of state-sponsored media attacks ahead of the country's celebrations marking 100 years of independence from Russia
Warships carrying fighter bombers will pass the UK on their way to the Syrian coast at the same time as three-day-long humanitarian truce in besieged city takes hold
'This is not a friendly port call,' says diplomat as two Royal Navy destroyers prepare to meet a Russian taskforce as it sails through the English Channel, reportedly heading for Syria
France and Germany refuse to rule out sanctions against Russia over Syria
RT calls the decision over their accounts 'incomprehensible'
RT lends a tremendous amount of coverage to marginalised issues in the West. In the US, it covered the country's largest prison strike in history when others ignored it. In Britain, they led the charge in reporting that austerity could violate disabled people’s human rights and our government’s complicity in enabling the Saudi-led bombings in Yemen
'If this proxy war continues, let me be clear, America and Russia will come to a point of war'
Broadcaster's editor suggested bank account freeze 'may have something to do' with UK sanctions against Russia
Washington taking ‘aggressive, unpredictable line,’ says Kremlin official
US officials claim Moscow stole files from Democratic National Committee computers to influence the presidential election
Guards said they found 'illegally obtained aquatic bio-resources' on the boat
With so much of the historic city destroyed, it can be difficult to imagine what Aleppo looked like not long ago before the conflict in Syria began. That’s why a business owner in the war-torn city has been working to remind people of the rich heritage that’s being lost
The tragedy of Aleppo is so grotesque, however, that the prospect of what Boris Johnson calls ‘kinetic action’ has to be kept under consideration
Branding Trump an apologist for the Kremlin is a set piece of the Clinton campaign, even though the pair have never met. But he has a handle on what drives Putin – one hardscrabble bruiser, perhaps, recognises another
Pacifist, Buddhist, anti-war protester heard the Foreign Secretary's rallying call on the radio and felt he needed to protest against airstrikes in Aleppo to 'make my point'
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