Russian President Vladimir Putin has not been arrested
Russia failed with a last-minute bid to overturn the decision when the Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected their appeal earlier this week
Russian leader tells Egyptian president he is fully willing to intervene in negotiations
The Turks don’t want a Kurdish mini-state on their frontier any more than the Syrians want to lose territory to the Kurds
‘We did a few dives. And there it was, the stern section, about maybe half a metre coming up from the sand,’ says an Arctic historian on the expedition
Mr Erdogan says ties could be expanded not just restored as both leaders seek to mend relations
Paul Manafort’s appointment has drawn fierce criticism from the Democrats with some saying his Russian connections must stop the Trump campaign from getting access, as presidential candidates do, to classified security briefings. It has also been claimed that Manafort bears responsibility for Trump’s supposedly pro-Kremlin views over the Ukraine and Crimea in particular
'Listen Putin, we will come to Russia and will kill you at your homes'
The billionaire has praised Vladimir Putin for his strength and decisiveness in the past – but does that mean the US has a Siberian candidate on its hands?
'Putin has signed a repressive new law that violates not only human rights, but common sense'
Leader not seen in public since July 1
Savage attacks in Turkey, Bangladesh, Iraq and Saudi Arabia should convince Muslim nations and the West that they share a common enemy
Alexander Shprygin, who has far-right affiliations and is the leader of the Kremlin-backed Russian Football supporters’ association, is among those being deported
Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged the military alliance to prioritise diplomacy
But the Russian president refused to say which way he thinks the plebiscite will go
Russian government hackers had access to the Democratic National Committee's computer network for about a year and targeted several other US political organisations