The Kremlin has been targeting British teenagers as part of a covert campaign to cause hostility among young Britons, The Times has revealed.
The US president said NATO countries were not spending enough, and said the EU made it "impossible" for workers to do business in Europe
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said the country will look at other ways to support the international response to the nerve agent attack
A senior UK officer has said having British troops in Estonia shows Nato is a 'very capable force'
Germany has also reduced the number of surveillance jets as it says the strength of the terror group has lessened
The Russian Ka-52 gunship 'accidentally opened fire' on civilian targets in footage seen on social media during the Zapad military exercises
The Government has announced that it will continue to be committed to European security even after Brexit
A battlecruiser, Pyotr Veliky, and missile-carrying submarine Dmitry Donskoy left the naval base in Severomosrk for St Petersburg
Donald Trump is expected to praise historic Polish courage and the emergence of Poland as a European power
The security specialist spoke to James Whale and Ash Gould about the pictures leaked to The New York Times
Royal Marine James Glancy tells Carole Malone that he fears those being trained in the army now won't be prepared enough for deployment
The country has close to 300 soldiers in Afghanistan, and Malcolm Turnbull is considering sending more
The US president has done a surprising U-turn on his view of the alliance
The US launched an airstrike on a Syrian air base, after a suspected chemical attack in Idlib which killed at least 80 people
Political editor Ian Dunt tells James Max that the UK should have asked for a longer negotiation period to leave the EU
General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, the deputy supreme allied commander, warned Russia might use the tactics to destabilise NATO
George Galloway was responding to an email about the US president's safety
Robert Fox, Evening Standard defence correspondent, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the new US Secretary of Defence
On Thursday defence secretary Michael Fallon claimed that Russia was 'testing Nato and the west,' adding that it is trying to 'expand its sphere of influence, destabilise countries and weaken the alliance'
Prime Minister Theresa May was meeting the other leaders of Europe at the summit in the Maltese capital Valletta
During the press conference held by Donald Trump and Theresa May, the Prime Minister said the two countries are 'united in the recognition of Nato'
George Galloway discussed the press conference held by Theresa May and Donald Trump on Friday
The Prime Minister will become the first foreign leader to meet the new president in a much-anticipated meeting
Andre Walker, who works for the New York Observer, said that the UK's standing with the United States was strong ahead of the Prime Minister meeting the new president in Washington
Cameron could be nominated to succeed Jens Stoltenberg as Nato secretary-general
Robert Fox, who works for the Evening Standard, revealed the main reason why the Russian president has moved missiles closer to Europe
Dr Peter Carrick-Adams says Trump's victory should be a 'wake-up call' for the US
Chris Parry explained how there's no strategy to currently stop 'Vladimir Putin flexing his muscles' in Syria