New service gives would officers full powers to prosecute critics of Russian government
'We have the same brain we had 100,000 years ago when we were living on the plains of Africa'
'Is this guy running for president or dictator?' Bernie Sanders tweets
'She’s a really beautiful baby - and she’s got Marla’s legs,' says Trump in an interview from two decades ago
Around 90% voters back new constitution, according to state-run media
Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood supporters, who accuse the army of staging a coup, have held frequent protests calling for his reinstatement
Few get closer to the Prime Minister than his barber, so no wonder Cameron's has been awarded with an MBE. And hair has always been big in politics, explains Andy McSmith
A hundred thousand protestors take to the streets after President Victor Yanukovich pulls out of a historic deal with the EU amid rumours of Russian pressure. The east-west divide is rearing its head again, Max Tucker reports from Kiev
Anti-corruption candidate sought votes by attacking Russia’s president
Kremlin ally Sergei Sobyanin won a Moscow mayoral election on Sunday, two exit polls showed, but opposition leader Alexei Navalny did much better than expected and challenged the count.
Move marks the next stage in the crackdown on the Islamist group
Nina Siahkali Moradi, 27, was barred from taking up her seat in Qazvin by the conservative electoral review board
Could the new president bridge the divide between Iran and the West?
Activist conviction for corruption has been condemned by the EU and the US
Ex-Prime Minister battles with former ally for leadership of the UMP
Prosecutor demands arrest of Supreme Guide for provoking army into shooting 55 civilians dead