Pride of the Soviets, the metro system boasts 206 stations and carries up to 9 million passengers a day
Russian President heralds 'common history' with former Soviet state and says he 'hopes this period in life and history of Ukraine and Ukrainian people will come to an end'
Artur Denisultanov-Kurmakayev exposed as assassin having disguised himself as reporter 'Alex Werner' from Le Monde after smart appearance and neglected notebook gave him away
They specifically targeted Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort
Kremlin’s iron grip on much of Europe’s oil and gas supply threatens Kiev’s bid to become self-sufficient
There can be no thawing of relations between Washington and Kiev until the small matter of the Kremlin's possible involvement in the 2016 election has been resolved
Donald Trump’s Defence Secretary says Russia has been ‘mucking around inside other people’s elections’
'It's a totally amoral system and in its anger it may go to extreme measures. There's been a demonisation of us'
Nato says it was not informed of the exercise
Ukraine celebrates 'a remarkable event' by enticing Europe's biggest no-frills airline
The new force is directly subordinate to the Russian leader in his capacity as Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the country's armed forces
Hacked texts stolen from Paul Manafort's daughters reveal their suspicion of their father's involvement
Vladimir Putin’s spokesman dismisses proposal for Russia to ‘rent’ Crimea as new ceasefire begins
Senior Trump aides met with an opposition politician from Ukraine in New York
The Vice President said the administration would be ‘unwavering’ in its commitment to the national alliance
Move comes hours after US Vice President vows to ‘hold Russia to account’