Dozens of people have been evacuated from a Russian ship that sunk after a collision in the Black Sea.Read the full story ›
The Supreme Court makes ruling after the Justice Ministry applied for an order to shut down the group's national headquarters.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson has hailed the US airstrike on Syria as the end of an era of "passivity and inaction" in the face of Bashar Assad's "barbarism".
The foreign secretary said that the US had acted with “strength and resolve” following the Syrian's Government's alleged poison gas attack on its own citizens.
"The government believes that the US action was a necessary, appropriate and justified response to an awful crime," he told told MPs in a statement today.
Mr Johnson also again urged Russia, a key player in the Syrian war, to end their "blind support" of the Assad regime and add their weight to efforts to bring a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
A new suspect is being questioned in connection with the bombing of a metro train in St Petersburg which left 14 people dead, a source close to the investigation has said.
The suspect is the ninth person to have been detained on suspicion of having colluded with the bomber, Kyrgyzstan-born Akbarzhon Dzhalilov, since the attack on April 3.
Dzhalilov, 22, was killed in the explosion.
The blast took place between Sennaya Ploshchad and Tekhnologichesky Institut underground stations.
Russia's Anti-Terrorism Committee said they also found and deactivated a bomb - rigged with shrapnel - at another station.
HMS Sutherland will escort two Russian warships which are expected to pass through the English Channel tonight.Read the full story ›
Russian authorities made "serious failings" in preventing and responding to the Beslan school attack, in which more than 330 people died.Read the full story ›
As Donald Trump describes US relations with Russia as being at an "all time low", we look at the history between the two since the Cold War.Read the full story ›
A British former detective who investigated the murder of Alexander Litvinenko tells ITV News he believes he was poisoned in Moscow.Read the full story ›
The Foreign Secretary asked how the country could continue to support a regime that "gasses it's own people".Read the full story ›
The US president's comments echo those of his Secretary of State who received a frosty reception during talks in Moscow.Read the full story ›