Russia

Friday, April 21, 2017

Friday, April 21, 2017

BREAKING Gunman kills police officer in Russia

Gunman opens fire on police in Russia

Gunman fires on office of Russia's FSB Security Service in far eastern city of Khabarovsk

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Russia has denied it influenced the US election

Putin thinktank masterminded pro-Trump propaganda campaign - report

Putin thinktank 'masterminded pro-Trump propaganda campaign'

Reuters claims thinktank led by the Russian President mapped out a detailed propaganda campaign to swing US election

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Russian state TV claims Donald Trump is more dangerous than North Korea's Kim Jong-un, says world is 'hair's breadth' from nuclear war

Russian state TV claims Donald Trump more dangerous than North Korea's Kim Jong-un

Russian state TV claims Donald Trump more dangerous than Kim Jong-un

A pro-Kremlin news presenter has claimed the world is 'a hair's breadth' away from a nuclear war

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Trump denies any ties with Russia

Donald Trump borrowed money from Russia during 2008 crash, says former UK spy chief

Trump borrowed money from Russia during 2008 crash, says former UK spy chief

Richard Dearlove says Mr Trump needed the money to prop up his property empire

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Donald Trump reassures us there'll be no World War III: 'Russia and US will work out fine'

Donald Trump: 'Russia and the US will work out fine'

The US president has

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

MP report suggest foreign hackers could have crashed EU referendum registration website crash

MPs' report suggest Russian, Chinese hackers could have crashed Brexit website

MPs' report suggest Russian, Chinese hackers could have crashed Brexit website

The Public Administration Committee released a report which suggested hackers might have been responsible for the website crash just before the registration deadline

French government left furious after Syrian official attends Paris conference

French government left furious after Syrian official attends Paris conference days after being banned from Brussels meeting

French government left furious after Syrian official attends Paris conference

Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Ayman Soussan was invited to a meeting to discuss the conflict at the Russian cultural centre in a move which angered French ministers

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

US official claims Russia knew Syria would conduct chemical attack

US believes Russia knew about Syria chemical attack: official

US believes Russia knew about Syria chemical attack: official

A US official claims there is no proof that Russia knew about the chemical attack in Syria, but it is likely that it did

The Chechen regime has previously claimed there is not a single gay person in the semi-autonomous republic

'Nazi-style concentration camps for gays' opened in Chechyna, claims local media

'Nazi-style concentration camps for gays' opened in Chechyna, claims local media

Noveta Gazeta claims Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov is dedicated to the 'final solution' for gay people

'If President Assad is removed from Syria, it could empower Isis', says professor

'If we remove Assad, Isis could fill the void' says professor

'If we remove Assad, Isis could fill the void' says professor

Inderjeet Parmar tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that military generals are calling the shots in America rather than Donald Trump

Russian security services confirm arrests of eight people in connection to St Petersburg bombing

Russian security services confirm eight arrests over St Petersburg bombing

Russian security services confirm eight arrests over St Petersburg bombing

The chief of Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB), Alexander Bortnikov, made the announcement on Tuesday morning in a National Antiterrorism Committee meeting

Eric Trump defends his father over the Syria airstrike, says it shows Donald Trump isn't Vladimir Putin's ally

Syria airstrike shows Donald Trump isn't Putin's puppet, says his son Eric

Syria airstrike shows Donald Trump isn't Putin's puppet, says his son Eric

The second son of Donald Trump has defended his father's action to strike a Syrian airfield, says it shows he won't be 'pushed around

Monday, April 10, 2017

Monday, April 10, 2017

Syria: 'Vladimir Putin knows his forces are no match for the Americans', says former soldier

Former Nato chief plays down World War Three talk: 'Putin knows his force is no match for Trump's'

Former Nato commander plays down talk of World War Three

Russia and Iran have pledged to 'respond with force' if their own 'red lines' are crossed in Syria, but Hamish de Bretton-Gordon believes Vladimir Putin knows his army can't take on America's

Russia and Iran give ultimatum of military force following US airstrike on Syria base

Russia and Iran give military ultimatum following US airstrike on Syria base

Russia and Iran give military ultimatum following US airstrike on Syria base

Tensions between Russia and the West are rising after the US assault and Boris Johnson cancelled his trip to Moscow

Friday, April 7, 2017

Friday, April 7, 2017

Labour split as Jeremy Corbyn and Tom Watson take opposing sides about US Syria airstrike

Labour split on Syria strikes as Jeremy Corbyn and Tom Watson take opposing sides

Labour split on Syria strikes as Corbyn and Watson take opposing sides

The leader and deputy leader of the Labour Party have taken opposite sides of the debate

Russia suspends military communications with US over Syria

Russia suspends military communications with US over Syria

Russia suspends military communications with US over Syria

Russia has said that a communication channel, originally set up to avoid midair collisions between the US and Russia, will be suspended

One of the images published by Evgeny Podubny (Instagram: evgeny.poddubny)

Syria airstrikes: Images of ruined Russian base published by journalist

Syria airstrikes: Images of ruined Russian base published by journalist

Podubni says at up to nine planes were wrecked but several hangars survived intact

'Donald Trump is genuinely emotive about the situation in Syria, so there may be more air strikes', says politics professor

'Donald Trump is genuinely emotive about the situation in Syria, so there may be more airstrikes'

'Donald Trump is genuinely emotive about the situation in Syria'

The US launched an airstrike on a Syrian air base, after a suspected chemical attack in Idlib which killed at least 80 people

West backs US airstrike on Syrian airbase as Russia condemns 'American aggression'

Syria airstrikes: Assad regime blames US action on false propaganda

Syria airstrikes: Assad regime blames US action on false propaganda

France and the UK have supported the airstrike on the base from which the chemical attacks on Khan Sheikhun were launched

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Thursday, April 6, 2017

BREAKING: Authorities find bomb in St. Petersburg raid - reports

BREAKING: Authorities find new bomb in St. Petersburg raid - reports

BREAKING: Authorities find new bomb in St. Petersburg raid - reports

The device was discovered mere days after the city suffered a bombing on its metro system

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Russia bans image which suggests Vladimir Putin is gay

'Gay Putin' photo banned as extremist propaganda by Russian state

'Gay Putin' photo banned as extremist propaganda by Russian state

Creator of image showing Putin with red lips and long eyelashes placed in psychiatric care

At least 72 people have died in Idlib

Idlib massacre: Russia claims Syrian planes blew up warehouse containing toxic substances

Idlib massacre: Russia claims Syrian planes blew up toxic weapon warehouse

Kremlin appears to distance itself from reported chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

At least 35 die in suspected chemical attack on Syria province

Dozens dead in suspected chemical attack on Syrian province of Idlib

Dozens dead in suspected chemical attack on Syrian province of Idlib

The town of Khan Sheikhun in the Idlib province - which is held by rebels - came under attack on Tuesday

St. Petersburg bombings: former Kremlin advisor gives details on main suspect

St. Petersburg bombings: Suspect named as Kyrgyzstan man Akbarzhon Jalilov

Former Kremlin advisor: Akbarzhon Jalilov isn't only St Petersburg suspect

Alexander Nekrassov spoke to Paul Ross about the suspected perpetrator of the attack

Monday, April 3, 2017

Monday, April 3, 2017

BREAKING: At least ten killed in St Petersburg metro explosion - reports

At least 10 killed in St Petersburg metro explosions

At least 10 killed in St Petersburg metro explosions

Many people have been injured in a series of explosions at Sennaya Ploshchad station

'Three killed after Russian police arrest men suspected of homosexuality'

'Three killed after Chechen police arrest 100 men suspected of homosexuality'

'Three killed after Chechen police arrest 100 men suspected of homosexuality'

A respectable Russian newspaper has reported that police in the southern Russian republic of Chechnya arrested men suspected of homosexuality

Friday, March 31, 2017

Friday, March 31, 2017

Vladimir Putin messes up George Bush quote during panel appearance

Vladimir Putin tries to quote Ronald Reagan - and ends up quoting George Bush

Vladimir Putin tries to quote Ronald Reagan - and ends up quoting George Bush

Putin attributed a quote to Ronald Reagan when the real author was Bush the elder back in the 1980s

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Twitter users tweet the wrong Devin Nunes about Russia controversy

Twitter users troll the wrong Devin Nunes about Trump Russia controversy

Twitter users tweet the wrong Devin Nunes about Trump Russia controversy

Many people believed they were tweeting Devin Nunes, but it then turned out that they were actually tweeting a broadcast engineer named Chase Nunes

'The intelligence threat in the Article 50 letter has started talks off on unfortunate footing', says political editor

Theresa May has made bad start to Brexit with Article 50 letter, says political editor

'Theresa May has made bad start to Brexit with Article 50 letter'

Political editor Ian Dunt tells James Max that the UK should have asked for a longer negotiation period to leave the EU

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Alexei Navalny, Putin's most prominent critic, was a figurehead of the protests

Alexei Navalny protests could be the beginning of the end for Russia's rotten elite

'Navalny protests could be the beginning of the end for Russia's rotten elite'

Something has stirred in our young people - and it'll be hard to put the genie back in the battle

Monday, March 27, 2017

Monday, March 27, 2017

Alexei Navalny is arrested again - but what else has he been previously arrested for?

Putin's enemy number 1: The many arrests of Alexei Navalny

Putin's enemy number 1: The many arrests of Alexei Navalny

Alexei Navalny was arrested again this week for taking part in a demonstration, but this is nothing new to the Russian opposition leader

Friday, March 24, 2017

Friday, March 24, 2017

Marine Le Pen has a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow

Marine Le Pen meets Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow

Marine Le Pen meets Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow

Russian media is reporting the Russian government reserves the right to meet with any politician

Fancy a flight to North Korea? Well, here's your chance

Fancy going to North Korea? Well now there's a twice-weekly flight

Fancy going to North Korea? Well now there's a twice-weekly flight

Air Koryo is to start operating flights from Dandong International Airport in China

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Massive iceberg in Antarctica about to split from main body of ice

Iceberg four times bigger than London about to split from Antarctica

Iceberg four times bigger than London about to split from Antarctica

The iceberg is twice the size of Moscow

Donald Trump's former campaign chief Paul Manafort 'secretly worked for Russian billionaire'

Donald Trump's former campaign tsar Paul Manafort 'secretly worked for Russian billionaire to benefit Putin'

Trump's former campaign tsar 'secretly worked for Putin'

Leaked documents claimed Paul Manafort was working to benefit Vladimir Putin, suggesting a strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Russian Security services have allegedly tortured a student for hanging Ukraine's flag from his dormitory window

Russian Security services 'torture student for waving Ukrainian flag'

Russian Security services 'torture student for waving Ukrainian flag'

The incident is reported to have taken place on March 18

'The FBI will struggle to prove Donald Trump and Russia worked together in the US election campaign', says journalist

'FBI will struggle to prove Donald Trump and Russia worked together in US election' says surveillance expert

'The FBI will struggle to prove Donald Trump and Russia worked together'

Investigative journalist Stephen Grey warns Trump's opponents to be careful before accusing Donald Trump of working with Russia

Kremlin speaks out over Senate hearing about alleged Russian interference in the US presidential election

Kremlin bites back at Senate over Russian interference hearing

Kremlin bites back at Senate over Russian interference hearing

The spokesman for the Russian government, Dmitry Peskov, released a statement on the first public hearing investigating alleged interference in the American presidential election

Monday, March 20, 2017

Monday, March 20, 2017

Russian tournament lets teams play curling with cars

Russian tournament lets teams play curling with cars

Russian tournament lets teams play curling with cars

A tournament was held in the city of Ekaterinburg where teams of 10 played a game of curling using cars instead of stones

Friday, March 10, 2017

Friday, March 10, 2017

Vitaly Mutko applauded Russia's fans after their clash with England last summer

Russian minister who cheered hooligans after England violence 'barred from Fifa re-election'

Russian minister who cheered hooligans after England attacks 'rejected by Fifa'

Vitaly Mutko has been forbidden from standing for re-election to the Fifa Council due to a conflict of interest, sources claim

Monday, March 6, 2017

Monday, March 6, 2017

Legalising hooliganism: 'Football hooliganism has been swept under the carpet across the world', says former Kremlin advisor

Russian football hooliganism row has been exaggerated by Western media, says ex-Kremlin advisor

'Russian football hooliganism row has been exaggerated by Western media'

Russian Football Union board member Igor Lebedev has suggested legalising football hooliganism and turning it into a sport - but ex-Kremlin aide Alexander Nekrassov believes it's not a big deal

Friday, March 3, 2017

Friday, March 3, 2017

Donald Trump backs Jeff Sessions as controversy over Russia connection grows

Donald Trump backs Jeff Sessions as controversy over Russia connection grows

Donald Trump backs Jeff Sessions as controversy over Russia connection grows

Democrats have been accusing Sessions of lying under oath after it emerged he'd met with the Russian ambassador during the election campaign

Jeff Sessions: US political commentator blasts Democrats over Donald Trump Senate speech 'distaction'

Jeff Sessions: US political commentator blasts Democrats for Donald Trump Senate speech 'distraction'

US political commentator blasts Democrats for Jeff Sessions 'distraction'

Charlie Wolf spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Democrat accusation that the new attorney-general lied under oath about his connections to Russia

UK senior commander warns NATO must step up defences against Russian cyber warfare

UK military chief warns Nato must step up defences against Russian cyber warfare

UK military chief warns Nato must step up defences against Russian cyber warfare

General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, the deputy supreme allied commander, warned Russia might use the tactics to destabilise NATO

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Thursday, March 2, 2017

BREAKING: Jeff Sessions says he'll 'recuse' himself 'where appropriate' amid Russia furore

BREAKING: Jeff Sessions says he'll 'recuse himself where appropriate' on Russia probe

Sessions says he'll 'recuse himself where appropriate' on Russia probe

The attorney general has firmly denied he had any discussions relating to 'any political campaigns'

Jeff Sessions: 'If Donald Trump loses a second advisor it will look like more than carelessness', says professor

Jeff Sessions: 'If Donald Trump loses a second advisor it will look like more than carelessness', says professor

'If Donald Trump loses second advisor it will look like more than carelessness'

The US government has confirmed that Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with Russia's ambassador twice during Donald Trump's presidential campaign, something he did not declare in January

Democrats call for Jeff Sessions to resign after Russian ambassador meetings emerge

Democrats urge Jeff Sessions to quit over Russian ambassador meetings

Jeff Sessions urged to resign over Russian ambassador meetings

The new attorney general has been reported to have spoken to the Russian ambassador twice during the election campaign

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The UK must engage and hold regular talks with Russia, warns Foreign Affairs Select Committee report

The UK must stop goading Putin, warns Foreign Affairs Select Committee

The UK must stop goading Putin, warns Foreign Affairs Select Committee

The committee chair, Crispin Blunt, insisted Russia is not an enemy and said mounting tension must be defused

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

George Galloway: 'Intelligence community hates Donald Trump because he's a threat to their fiefdom'

George Galloway: 'Intelligence community hates Donald Trump because he's a threat to their fiefdom'

'Intelligence community hates Donald Trump as he's a threat to their fiefdom'

George Galloway was responding to an email about the US president's safety

George Galloway: 'The media are easily able to make Donald Trump look ridiculous because of his bumbling press conferences'

George Galloway: 'The media are easily able to make Donald Trump look ridiculous because of his bumbling press conferences'

Donald Trump needs to stop making 'bumbling statements' in press conferences

George Galloway believes Donald Trump sometimes makes valid points, but his 'ridiculously inarticulate' statements play into the hands of his media enemies

Friday, February 17, 2017

Friday, February 17, 2017

Donald Trump press conference comments 'would be laughable if it wasn't so serious', says commentator Bill Bernard

Donald Trump press conference comments 'would be laughable if it wasn't so serious', says commentator Bill Bernard

Donald Trump press conference 'would be laughable if it wasn't so serious'

Bill Bernard, the author of Dixiecrats and Democrats, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the press conference he gave yesterday

'My organisation's running like a fine-tuned machine', says Donald Trump

'My organisation's running like a fine-tuned machine', says Donald Trump

'My organisation's running like a fine-tuned machine', says Donald Trump

The president gave an important press conference at the White House yesterday

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Michael Flynn resignation: 'Donald Trump and advisors knew all along this could be a smoking gun', says politics professor

Michael Flynn resignation: 'Donald Trump and advisors knew all along this could be a smoking gun', says politics professor

Michael Flynn resignation: 'Donald Trump knew this could be a smoking gun'

Michael Flynn, a politics professor at the University of Birmingham, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the revelation Donald Trump knew about Michael Flynn's ties to Russia

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Michael Flynn resignation: "We need to examine if he was acting on Donald Trump's orders," says political commentator

We need to examine whether Michael Flynn was acting on Donald Trump's orders, says political commentator

Michael Flynn: 'We need to examine if he was acting on Donald Trump's orders'

Karin Robinson spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the high profile resignation of Trump's National Security Advisor over allegations relating to closeness with Russia

Monday, February 13, 2017

Monday, February 13, 2017

Emmanuel Macron campaign a target for Russian fake news campaign, claims party chief

French presidential candidate 'attacked by fake news from Russia' ahead of Marine Le Pen fight

'French Corbyn' has been targeted by Russian fake news, claims party chief

Richard Ferrand, secretary-general of Macron's En Marche! (Onwards!) party, claimed that Russia Today and Sputnik are attempting to swing public opinion against him

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