""I sincerely apologize for upsetting the general public and employees at Korean Air over issues related to members of my family,""
Chairman, Korean Air
""I wished my mom was with me.""
"“We demand that the fight against this democratic failure that is antisemitism becomes a national cause before it’s too late. Before France is no longer France.”"
Published in Le Parisien
""This confusion means ignorance of International Law and legality, which is unacceptable.""
""What kind of love is it when some one gives you such an amazing gift and you leave it in a smoking ruin?""
Dr Katharine Hayhoe
"I believe that working for Donald Trump, especially closely, damages everybody."
Former director, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
""There was blood on the windows...her arms were actually out of the airplane and her head was out of the airplane""
Unnamed passenger on Flight 1380
NBC Nightly News
"European inaction on fundamental rights’ violations in Catalonia will ease the path for soft versions of authoritarianism to invade the whole European continent"
Aleix Sarri Camargo
Advisor to the European Parliament
UK says Russia's call for a joint investigation into the poisoning is "perverse"
What we know and the questions that remain unanswered about the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and the resulting police investigation.
US diplomatic staff continued to move items out from their consulate building in St Petersburg on Saturday after Moscow ordered its closure and the expulsion of 60 US diplomats days earlier.
Moscow expels 60 US diplomats and closes the American embassy in St Petersburg in an escalating global standoff provoked by the poisoning of a former Russian double-agent living in the UK.
This is not "tit for tat" says State Department
Hospital statement says she has responded well to treatment, but still needs round-the-clock expert clinical care
Yulia Skripal is "improving rapidly" and no longer in a critical condition, hospital says.
Russia says the "notorious classified files" prompted foreign governments to expel its diplomats.
Over 140 Russian diplomats have been expelled in the biggest concerted action against Russian intelligence networks by the West since the Cold War
More than 100 Russian diplomats expelled following Skripal poisoning
The diplomatic row between the UK and Russia shows no sign of being resolved as the Kremlin makes counter-claims against UK allegations
Russia is defiant as the 23 of its diplomats expelled by the UK arrive back in Moscow. The Ambassador even suggests the UK may be in breach of its international obligations.
Police have recovered a car near Salisbury in the UK. The vehicle is thought to have been used to collect poisoning victim Sergei Skripal's daughter Yulia from the airport on 3 March.
A video purporting to show Vladimir Putin's face being projected onto the British Foreign Office in London on the night of the Russian elections is fake, according to the UK government.
Show of support comes as Kremlin tells Britain to back up its assertions or apologise over the poisoning of a Russian double agent and his daughter
Vladimir Putin operates a concept of Russia being under constant attack and constantly defending itself, according to Andrei Kolesnikov
A leading chemical weapons expert says if Russia is concerned that the nerve agent used in the Salisbury spy attack may have been produced in the UK, it can ask the OPCW to launch an investigation.
That is the claim from Russia's Ambassador to the EU, Vladimir Chizhov.
The British foreign secretary’s comments follow the UK government's earlier conclusion that Russia is to blame for the nerve agent attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal.
The UK opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn condemns the Salisbury nerve agent attack but warns that “rushing” ahead of the evidence in blaming the Russian state could bring a “new cold war”.