United States began removing furniture and equipment from a diplomatic property in Moscow on Tuesday in first sign of compliance with a Kremlin order to slash its presence in Russia
Move designed to end years of diplomatic wrangling and boost Macedonia's European integration
The trial is expected to last at least a month and comes amidst a massive post-coup crackdown that has seen more than 100,000 government workers fired
Vice president says America first does not mean America alone
Officials say one of the suspects attacked a guard before the other defendants, accused of killing 17 motorists in 2014, seized the weapons from the guards
Stanislav Lisov is charged with developing NeverQuest software that targeted banking clients in the United States between June 2012 and January 2015
Authorities launch six-month test of automatic facial recognition technology at Berlin railway station, which top security official says could be used to improve security in future
Speaking in Georgia, vice president says said sanctions bill President Trump will soon sign sends a 'very clear message' that Russia's 'posture has to change'