Arrest comes after Washington formally accuse Kremlin of attempting to interfere in 2016 election by hacking
Aircraft carrier transporting fighter jets, combat helicopters and cruise missiles to Syria
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'If this proxy war continues, let me be clear, America and Russia will come to a point of war'
Washington taking ‘aggressive, unpredictable line,’ says Kremlin official
Television's most beloved animated family had previously officially endorsed Hillary Clinton
It follows repeated attempts by Russian hacking groups to disrupt the US elections
Labour MP Mike Gapes says: 'If Putin does to Aleppo what he did to Grozny, then they are going to flatten it'
Every conflict during the Cold War was fought by armies or insurgents working on behalf of the Americans, Russians, or, occasionally the Chinese: Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Angola and the list goes on. These countries would use proxies again, but with a higher death count, in the 21st century
There are just 30 doctors left to care for rebel-held east Aleppo’s 250,000 residents who are suffering heavy Russian-backed Syrian government shelling
'A protest outside the Russian embassy would actually contribute to increasing the hysteria and the jingoism that is being whipped up at the moment against Russia'
US State Department official asked repeatedly about why the US supports Saudi-led air strikes which have killed civilians in Sanaa, but has cut off talks with Russia over continued shelling of Syrian rebels in Aleppo
Nato veteran Sir Richard Shirreff says UK forces should be prepared to 'fight alongside' Syrians
The heartbreaking footage was captured in the rebel-held town of Talbisah the same night strikes killed two people in the area
Former International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell has called for a Commons debate on Aleppo, drawing parallels between Russia's contined disregard for international law and the German and Italian fascist regimes of the 1930s
'I don't like Assad at all. But Assad is killing Isis, Russia is killing Isis, and Iran is killing Isis'