The exercises took place in the extreme cold of Murmansk
British Foreign Secretary condemns Russian air strikes for bolstering Assad’s regime and increasing the flow of desperate refugees into Europe. Kim Sengupta reports from Zaatari refugee camp
Any troop deployment into Syria would be controversial in Kiev, not to mention in Europe
Rosie Birkett joins the group as they travel north of the Arctic Circle in search of an elusive delicacy
Russia has expressed a desire to export the vaccine once it's finished
Pentagon official said the intercept took place in 'an unsafe and unprofessional manner'
As the Kremlin showcases its military capabilities in Syria, Kim Sengupta says Nato leaders are having to reassess
Mr Pavlensky is best known for nailing his scrotum to the cobblestones of Red Square
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, which sets the time on the clock, acknowledged good signs in Iran and Paris – but said that they are outweighed by dangerous events in North Korea and elsewhere
Lyudmila Ocheretnaya took her husband Artur's name early last year after 30 years of being known as Lyudmila Putina
Mr Lugovoy has denied responsibility for the murder, calling the allegations "nonsense"
Russian officials denied he had been sent to ask Mr Assad to step down
The nine nations have around 16,300 nuclear weapons, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
The British government talks of action, but can it really do anything? This is, after all, an old story and there is nothing in the report that was not already known to British intelligence
Russian authorities have denied any involvement in all cases
We have seen the worst of Russia in this saga - now we must both hope for the best