In response to my question about possible sanctions against Russia for attempting to assassinate a double agent in UK, @PressSec says Salisbury nerve agent case is "under review" by US authorities.
UK counter terrorism police chief says Salisbury incident being treated as attempted murder by nerve agent; says police officer who attended scene also in hospital
Russian ex-spy was victim of attempted murder with nerve agent, police say
Helicopter crashed in Southern Chechnya. 3 killed
UK government today convened a Cobra meeting, which is normally held in response to terror attacks or major crises
UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd says more is known about the substance which is suspected to have poisoned former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia and further information will be published by police later today
Ex-spy's suspected UK poisoning used for 'anti-Russian campaign': Moscow
Russian ex-spy, daughter still critical after suspected poisoning in UK
ATO spox: Mobile monitoring group has investigated the results of militants' attack on Shchastia of March 5 (after the latest ceasefire came into effect), when Russian proxies attacked the inhabited village with 82mm mortars and small arms.
ATO spox: Russian proxies attacked Luhanske and Malynove (Luhansk sector) with heavy machine guns and mounted grenade launchers, and Avdiivka (Donetsk sector) with small arms. Ukrainian troops did not return fire. Unfortunately, one Ukrainian serviceman was killed in action.
Car exploded in Rostov-on-Don in suspected asssassination attempt
Detectives investigating the circumstances around a man and a woman taken seriously ill in Salisbury are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward
Russian foreign ministry says claims the country was involved in the alleged poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal are designed to complicate UK-Russian relations
Britain's top ministers to meet on mysterious illness of Russian double agent
Ukraine begins search for Gazprom's assets in Europe in preparation for the collection of the Russian company's debt to Naftogaz
: "The Russians had no impact on our votes whatsoever, but certainly there was meddlingYou have to be really watching very closely. You don't want your system of votes to be compromised in any way."
"The Russians had no impact on our votes whatsoever, but certainly there was meddling," in Election 2016 @POTUS says in response to a Swedish reporter's question
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Secretary Tillerson discussed "Russia's disinformation efforts and malicious cyber activity" with the foreign ministers of the three Baltic states, according to a readout. They "agreed to deepen their cooperation to combat" these activities
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The ex-Kremlin spy apparently poisoned in Britain had links to the man who wrote the explosive Trump Russia dossier
@NunbergSam says he's fully cooperating with Mueller's team and he's intending to go get treatment following his grand jury appearance on Friday
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has chaired a meeting of the National Security Council to discuss the case of former spy Sergei Skripal
The Russian Embassy says authorities in the UK should step in immediately to "end the demonisation" of Russia accusing the media of an "anti-Russian campaign"
"Our concern would be their [Russia's] ability to influence and be on the southern flank of @NATO" per @USAfricaCommand's Gen Waldhauser "and also for them to squeeze us out, if you will, by them taking a prominent role"
Mnuchin says Trump supportive of Treasury work on Russia sanctions. Says to expect sanctions in next "several weeks". On February 27, he said to expect action with in 30 days.
President Poroshenko has approved sanctions against four banks with Russian capital
A spokeswoman for the Russian foreign ministry says Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's comments over the illness of former spy Sergei Skripal are "wild"
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Ex-Trump aide flips, says he will comply with Mueller subpoena
Scotland Yard says the National Counter-Terrorism Policing Network is taking over the investigation into what caused former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia Skripal to fall critically ill in Salisbury
Johnson even threatens to pull out of World Cup if Russia behind Skripal poisoning
Russian transport plane crashes in Khmeimim, Syria. 26 passengers and 6 crew dead – MoD
No reinstatement for Russia yet: Athletics world body
Britain's foreign secretary says if Moscow's involvement proven in ex-Russian spy illness case, UK will respond 'appropriately and robustly'
More than 200 thousand refugees have returned to Aleppo recently with the assistance of Russia - the Ministry of Defense
Wiltshire Police says former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia Skripal who were found unconscious in Salisbury remain in a critical condition and all but one of the emergency services staff who were assessed have been released from hospital
ATO spox: Russia-backed militants committed three ceasefire violations yesterday. Ukrainian troops did not return fire. Unfortunately, one Ukrainian serviceman was wounded in action.
ATO spox: Luhansk sector - Russian proxies shelled Shchastia and Troitske with 82mm mortars. Donetsk sector - the enemy attacked Novotroitske with small arms and grenade launchers.
The BBC understands the woman in hospital alongside a Russian convicted of spying for Britain is his daughter
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"We can't trust what the Kremlin says." Bill Browder says double agent Sergei Skripal could have been a victim of a Russian plot
Newspaper Delovoy Peterburg deletes report about the daughter of the rector of a mining university saying her father wrote Putin's dissertation.
The BBC reports that Sergei Skripal's son "died suddenly" last year on holiday in Russia.
In Odintsovo, an entrepreneur was shot dead
Interfax: Duma MP Lugovoi do not rule out the use of the incident with Skripal against Russia
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov calls the incident "tragic" but says Moscow has no information on what happened to Skripal.
Kremlin officials say they are open to working with Britain over the incident involving former Russian spy Sergei Skripal
Russian state TV says the "British press is actively hyping up the story" of Sergei Skripal, the former Russian spy who is critically ill following exposure to an unknown substance in Wiltshire.
Builders of the St. Petersburg subway have declared a strike because of debts on wages
Counter-terrorism police say they are speaking to Wiltshire Police about the investigation of two people including former Russian spy Sergei Skripal being exposed to an unknown substance in Salisbury
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Echelon with UN-marked trucks in Novorosiysk
Russia's president Putin claimed that in 2017 Russia had export|ed weapons and defence equipment and technology in the amount of ~$15 bn: