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Russia will "adjust its military doctrine" in response to Nato enlargement and the situation in Ukraine, a Kremlin security adviser told the state-run news agency Ria Novosti.
Australia will step up its partnership with Nato as the country pursues a bigger role in combating global crises, from Ukraine to Iraq and Syria.
Although Australia is not a member of Nato its troops fought alongside the coalition in Iraq and Afghanistan, which Foreign Minister Julie Bishop stressed was the basis for an expanded partnership in current and future conflicts.
Bishop told parliament, "Tomorrow the defence minister and I will travel to Wales to attend the Nato summit and I can confirm that Australia will be accepting a formal invitation to become what is called an enhanced partner."
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is due to host Russian President Vladimir Putin and other world leaders at a G20 summit in November.
Boris Johnson has accused the Airports Commission of setting the debate on increasing the UK's aviation capacity back by half a century
A plan to build a four-runway airport on the Thames estuary has been rejected by the Airports Commission due to the economic and environmental costs of the project.
"In one myopic stroke the Airports Commission has set the debate back by half a century and consigned their work to the long list of vertically filed reports on aviation expansion that are gathering dust on a shelf in Whitehall," Mr Johnson said.
The Mayor of London said expanding Gatwick or Heathrow Airports were not the long term solution, insisting his proposal was the one needed to ensure the UK "remains competitive".
"It remains the only credible solution, any process that fails to include it renders itself pretty much irrelevant, and I'm absolutely certain that it is the option that will eventually be chosen," he added.
Building an airport in the Thames estuary is not the answer to the UK's airport capacity problems, the Airports Commission said.
After rejecting the proposal, backed by Mayor of London Boris Johnson, Airports Commission Chair Sir Howard Davies said the economic and environmental costs of the plan was too great.
– Sir Howard Davies
We are not persuaded that a very large airport in the Thames estuary is the right answer to London’s and the UK’s connectivity needs.
There are serious doubts about the delivery and operation of a very large hub airport in the estuary.
The economic disruption would be huge and there are environmental hurdles which it may prove impossible, or very time-consuming to surmount.
Even the least ambitious version of the scheme would cost £70 to £90 billion with much greater public expenditure involved than in other options – probably some £30 to £60 billion in total.
A plan to build an airport in the Thames estuary has been rejected.
The proposal - dubbed "Boris Island" because of Boris Johnson's support - was on a shortlist of options for increasing airport capacity in UK.
The Airport Commission said the proposal's "substantial disadvantages" outweigh its potential benefits.
The way the BBC broke the news of a police search of Sir Cliff Richard's house was "handled inappropriately", the head of an influential group of MPs said.
Chair of the Home Affairs select committee said "a deal was done" which meant the BBC had "an exclusive position" about a criminal matter.
A petition to reunite a five-year-old brain cancer patient with his parents has reached 76,000 signatures, Good Morning Britain has learned.
Family campaigner Sanjay Ganatra and the King's friend Ethan will hand a petition into Downing Street asking the PM to reunite Ashya with his parents.
Ethan said: "They're finding themselves very stressed. I know Naveed [King] has only slept for three hours in the last 72. I spoke to him on Skype personally last night and he said he was just very, very stressed about it all."
Early mist and fog patches will clear this morning, then northern and western areas will remain mainly dry with warm sunny spells and light winds.
It will probably cloudier in parts of eastern and central England, with the odd light shower possible.
Tonight it will remain mostly dry overnight, with light winds, but further low cloud, mist or fog patches are likely to form in places.