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NATO to boost military presence amid Russia-Ukraine tensions
The alliance will deploy more ships and fighter jets to reinforce "deterrence and defence," while the EU will provide Ukraine with a new financial assistance package worth €1.2 billion.
US warns of 'massive consequences' if Russia invades Ukraine
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken issued the warning in the event of any Russian military incursion into Ukraine or any hybrid attacks on the country.
Russian denies US allegation it's creating a pretext to invade Ukraine
US officials had warned on Friday that Russia could frame Ukraine as an aggressor ahead of an invasion.
Russian diplomat won't rule out military deployment to Latin America
A top Russian diplomat refused to rule out a military deployment to Latin America amid US and Russian negotiations over NATO.
Russian deputy MFA: 'Difficult, concrete' talks with US over security
After the meeting with his US counterparts in Geneva, Ryabkov demanded "ironclad assurances" that Ukraine would never become a member of NATO.
US and Russian officials meet in Geneva amid Ukraine tensions
Rising tensions over Ukraine are at the top of the agenda in talks taking place in Geneva between US and Russian officials. Worries have been mounting over Russia's military build-up close to its border with Ukraine.
Claims US firms are moving chemical components to Ukraine are 'false'
Washington rebutted allegations from Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu that US companies delivered “tanks with unidentified chemical components” to war-torn Eastern Ukraine to “commit provocations".
Biden criticises Russia and China for not attending COP26
That's despite a UN report finding the US is planning to boost fossil fuel production in the coming decades.
Russia to suspend its mission to NATO over expelled envoys
Sergey Lavrov said that the move is in response to last week's expulsion of eight members of Russia's mission to NATO.
US mission in Russia 'forced' to let go of over 200 staff
Moscow banned the US from hiring or contracting any non-American staff at its diplomatic facilities in the country.
Vladimir Putin meets Joe Biden - what's on the agenda?
The US and Russia acknowledge the relationship between the two nations is dismal ahead of the two presidents' meeting.
Russia likely behind huge hack on US government, say security services
Officials say the hackers appeared to want to gather intelligence rather than cause disruption.
Russian President Putin congratulates Joe Biden on US election win
The Russian president had held off sending his congratulations, citing the "internal political confrontation" ongoing in the US.
Putin 'waiting on official results' to congratulate US election winner
Putin was one of the first leaders to congratulate Trump on his victory in 2016.
US Election: Analysts say 'chaos' would be the best outcome for Russia
Relations between the US and Russia have steadily declined since Trump took office, and the country will not overwhelmingly express support for him as it did in 2016.
US foreign policy: How will Biden or Trump deal with friends and foes?
It's perhaps over Russia the two men differ most strongly. Trump has seemed reluctant to criticise President Putin at times, even when US intelligence concluded the Kremlin had interfered in the 2016 election. Whereas Biden has signalled he would take a much firmer line with Moscow
The Baltics missed out this time but the long pursuit of US troops in the region will pay off ǀ View
The long-term pursuit of having US boots on the ground in the Baltic region has so far not borne fruit. But while Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania lost out to Poland in the latest round of US troop deployments, the overarching trend shows it may happen sooner rather than later.
Russia hits back as US takes lead in Kosovo-Serbia peace talks
The United States, the EU and Russia are battling for influence over peace negotiations between Kosovo and Serbia.
EU rejects idea of inviting Russia back into fold of G7
Josep Borrell, the EU's foreign policy chief, said Russia's participation was suspended until the country "changes course".
Vehicles flying US flags seen near Syria-Turkey border
A convoy of about 20 vehicles flying US flags was seen driving near the Syrian border town of Qamisli on October 31, where they had not been present since the United States announced its decision to withdraw from the area.
Mueller testifies that Trump wanted him fired over investigation
Former U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Wednesday said President Donald Trump wanted him fired because of his investigation into possible obstruction of justice as part of the Russia investigation.
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Will the nuclear threat return to Europe if Russia scraps INF treaty?
Russia's parliament will today have the first reading of a bill considering the suspension of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty.
US and Russia blame each other over near collision in East China Sea
Both countries accused the other of dangerous and unprofessional behaviour.
Russia says D-Day's significance 'should not be exaggerated'
Russia says the D-Day invasion "did not have a decisive impact" on World War II and its significance "should not be exaggerated".
Internal strife: as it turns 70, NATO’s greatest enemy is itself ǀ View
NATO has much to celebrate but if the alliance is to survive in the coming decades it has to find ways to adapt to the evolving and emerging threats, and to manage tension in the transatlantic relationship.
Watch: Russian jet intercepts US spy plane
Russian defence ministry says the American aircraft was heading towards its borders.