Oliver Carroll meets the former Prime Minister who is making a surprise comeback in the polls and who brings a stark warning of more upheaval ahead
Russian politician says Moscow would 'consider the viability' of strikes, but that no request has yet been received
The attack marks Russia's first strike against Isis controlled territory
Russia has built up a “substantial” military presence including ground troops in Syria, according to the Nato secretary-general.
The 39-year-old leader has a lively social media presence
The incident follow’s Turkey’s vocal opposition to Russian air strikes in Syria
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Western confusion reigns while the Russians go for the jugular
Michael Fallon said intelligence suggested that only one in 20 Russian attacks are hitting Isis
Observers say at least 12 jihadist fighters were killed by the Kremlin’s first wave of attacks centred on Raqqa, the ‘caliphate’ capital
In the first of two articles seeking a solution to Syria’s crisis, Patrick Cockburn looks at the wishful thinking that helped an uprising escalate into a catastrophe
The ceasefire between the government of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and the rebels is generally holding with frequent but small scale infringements
His first tweet was shared nearly 120,000 times
Even before Russia started attacking Syrian rebels, Turkey was targeting the Kurds, the US-led coalition was bombing Isis, Israel was attacking Hezbollah, and Assad was killing everyone
Russian Foreign Minister insists Moscow sees 'eye-to-eye' with US-led coalition in wanting to combat Isis militants
The West may complain that some rebel groups are being attacked, but cannot complain about bombing al-Qaeda affiliates