The Chair Of Parliament's Russia Committee Has Criticised The EU For Congratulating Putin
Chris Bryant MP has written to Jean-Claude Juncker saying it was wrong to congratulate the Russian president on his reelection, citing a BuzzFeed News investigation into the death of 14 Kremlin critics on British soil.
How A Player In The Trump-Russia Scandal Led A Double Life As An American Spy
Felix Sater has been cast as a Russian mafioso, a career criminal, and a key business associate of President Donald Trump's — but he spent more than two decades as an intelligence asset who helped the US government track terrorists and mobsters. “Greed is my go-to weapon.”
UK Foreign Secretary Said It's "Overwhelmingly Likely" Putin Ordered Poisoning Of A Former Russian Spy And His Daughter
The remarks by Boris Johnson follow Theresa May's statement that it is "highly likely" that Russia is responsible for the suspected poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.
Britain's Former Top Police Chief Says Investigations Should Be Reopened Into Suspicious Deaths Linked To Russia
Lord Ian Blair backed a call from the chair of the home affairs select committee for the government to look again at 14 deaths revealed in a BuzzFeed News investigation last year, days after a former Russian spy and his daughter were targeted in a nerve agent attack.
Putin Claims Russia Is Testing A New Range Of Unstoppable Nuclear Weapons
The new nuclear weapons include a cruise missile with unlimited range and an underwater drone that cannot be intercepted by antimissile systems, the Russian president said. He then said that the build-up is designed to bring about global peace.
The Professor At The Center Of The Trump-Russia Probe Boasted To His Girlfriend In Ukraine That He Was Friends With Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov
A Ukrainian woman named Anna says Joseph Mifsud asked her to marry him in a restaurant overlooking the Kremlin. Later, he allegedly told a Trump campaign aide that Russia had "dirt" on Hillary Clinton. She hasn’t heard from him since that news broke in October.
The White House Has Delayed The Release Of A Democratic Memo On The Russia Investigation, Citing National Security
The House Intelligence Committee sent the Democratic memo to the White House on Monday night so the president could decide whether to make it public, as he did with a Republican memo the week before.