Police dragged the 47-year-old from the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Thursday, ending seven years of political asylum there.
Swedish Security Police says suspected Russian spy was arrested
The family members of former US marine Paul Whelan held in Moscow on suspicion of spying say they’re “disappointed” the Russian government called off a scheduled visit by US officials on Thursday.
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Russia' security service said on Monday it had detained an American citizen suspected of spying in Moscow
Maria Butina, who is accused of trying to influence US policy towards Russia, has pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy on Thursday.
Allegations that one of its senior military officers spied for the Kremlin prompts Austria's foreign minister to cancel a planned trip to Russia
Tensions still high between Russia and West over cyber attacks
Russia says there are inconsistencies in the UK’s claim that Moscow was behind Novichok poisonings on English soil. Who's right?
Minister accused of security breach by taking his government phone to Iran.
Man is held at airport accused of accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars for information.
Roman Sushchenko denies the charges.
The US President claimed that the FBI had planted a spy in his 2016 campaign
Justice Department to probe claims FBI spy was planted in Trump election team.
Hospital statement says she has responded well to treatment, but still needs round-the-clock expert clinical care
Russia to expel 60 US diplomats and close Washington's St Petersburg consulate - Russian FM Sergei Lavrov
And Anatoly Adamashin says Russia will likely respond to the widespread expulsions of its diplomats from many western states with tit-for-tat measures.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says Russia will retaliate.
The EU says it will recall its ambassador to Russia and some EU states say they're considering expelling Russian diplomats.
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.
After blaming Moscow for attacking a former spy with a nerve agent Britain had expelled 23 Russian diplomats.
Britain and the US both pointed the finger at Moscow over the poisoning of an ex-spy. Russia denied the claims and said it does not 'speak the language of ultimatums'
The UK prime minister outlines a series of steps after Moscow missed a deadline to explain how a Russian nerve agent was used on British soil against ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
Retired weapons scientist warns no cure for debilitating agent that can kill with the slightest trace.
Spymaster speaks to Euronews
Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia remain in hospital in a critical but stable condition after they were poisoned with a nerve agent