Russian security agency says it busted Crimea extremist cell
Russia's domestic security agency said Wednesday it has charged six people in Crimea with involvement in an extremist organization, a move described by their lawyer as part of Moscow's crackdown on the Crimean Tatars
Turkey's Erdogan supports Ukraine over Crimea
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said, during a visit to Ukraine, that Turkey won't recognize Russia's annexation of Crimea
Ukraine says Russian crime lord staged lawmaker's killing
Ukraine's chief prosecutor says the killing of renegade Russian lawmaker Denis Voronenkov was organized by a Russian crime lord linked to Russia's security agency
Moscow faces 130 fake bomb calls, evacuates 100,000 people
The Russian capital is grappling with a slew of fake bomb calls prompting the evacuation of shopping malls, schools, railway stations and administrative buildings
Central Europe 3-nation force Ok'd for region's peace tasks
Defense ministers from Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine have authorized their two-year-old joint brigade to take part in international missions for the region's security
Investigators follow flow of money to Trump from wealthy donors with Russian ties
Three Americans with significant Russian business connections contributed almost $2 million to political funds controlled by Donald Trump, ABC News has learned. The timing of contributions coming from US citizens with ties to Russia, is now being questioned by investigators for special counsel
Putin displays massive firepower in Russian war games on border with Europe
LUGA, Russia -- Russia's big Zapad 2017 military exercises, believed to be the largest since the end of the Cold War, entered the news again on Tuesday after a video emerged appearing to show a Russian attack helicopter firing its rockets into a group of bystanders during drills. Russia's defense
Full transcript: One-on-one with British Prime Minister Theresa May
CHIEF ANCHOR GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS : Madam Prime Minister, thank you for doing this. I know you've just met with your counterterror team. What's the latest on what happened today? PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY : Yes. Well, we've had another terrorist attack in London on the London Underground.
One-on-one with British Prime Minister Theresa May
George Stephanopoulos sits down with the British prime minister at 10 Downing Street for an exclusive interview.
Russia starts big war games along its border, alarming its neighbors
The exercises that Russia is conducting, with its Eastern European ally Belarus, have attracted intense attention amid nervousness over Moscow's recent military adventures and its tensions with the West.