Artur Samarin, 23, pretended to be 18-year-old honour roll student Asher Potts
The investigative Bellingcat group claims to have tracked the weapon's movement from Russian into eastern Ukraine
'When strangers are coming, they come to your house, they kill you all and say ‘We’re not guilty’'
Authorities in Kiev have brought in infection control procedures to slow its spread
David Cameron and Vladimir Putin agreed to 'work together' to defeat Isis last month
It is believed the attacks that caused the blackout were the work of a group dubbed 'Sandworm'
Vladimir Putin bought the bond two years ago to bail out the former Ukraine president
The party was charged with 'encitement of ethnic hatred' and 'encroachment on human rights and freedoms'
An unresolved question of identity hangs over these accounts of a divided country
The man who used to investigate companies accused of corruption – including the President’s – is now on an EU sanctions list and has fled to Russia. He claims oligarchs in one of Europe's most corrupt and inefficient economies are out for revenge
‘We struggle each day, with no way out’
Suddenly Obama and other Western leaders huddle around the Russian President as they plot the overthrow of their current enemy after the atrocities in Paris
Ukraine’s foreign ministry lodges protest after police detain Ms Sharina and confiscate books and documents deemed to spread 'anti-Russian propaganda'
Transfer of loyalties aside, Chewie was arrested after not showing police appropriate documentation
Up to 70,000 passengers will be affected each month
In the first of our series of testimonies from Rory Peck Awards nominees, French cameraman Olivier Sarbil describes life on the front line in war-torn eastern Ukraine. Sarbil was nominated for a series of reports he filmed in 2014-15, which show intense fighting around Donetsk and Debaltsave