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
The performance came amid allegations of war crimes as dozens of refugees were killed by an air strike
Senior Lieutenant Alexander Prokhorenko has been formally made a national hero
'He does what he says he's gonna do, he gets the job done,' says Ecclestone
Conservative MP David Davis also reveals Russia stepped back from bombing over peace talks critcism
While Knightsbrige pied-a-terres hide their wealth, those who hold the keys to the Treasury dream of retreiving money from the disabled
Several of the Russian President's associates appeared in a huge cache of leaked files
In the end, it was the Syrian army - and its Hizballah chums from Lebanon, and the Iranians, and the Russians - who drove the Isis murderers out of Palmyra
World View: Neither the US or Russia can afford the Geneva peace talks on Syria to fail and, despite a Western consensus to the contrary, Moscow’s security interests have never been in de-stabilising Ukraine