Municipal workers dismantle the "Fountain of Friendship of People" for reconstruction at the Exhibition of Achievements of National Econom in Moscow, Russia.
The Russian military says it has conducted a massive test of the nation's strategic nuclear forces involving multiple missile launches.
A Soyuz spacecraft headed for the International Space Station has been forced to make an emergency landing.
Investigative group Bellingcat “conclusively identifies” the second suspect in the Salisbury poisoning as Alexander Yevgenyevich Mishkin.
- by Nick Miller
The scope of the social media campaigns, a broad effort to sow disinformation among Republican delegates and voters, was more extensive than work typically done by campaign operatives.
- by Mark Mazzetti, Ronen Bergman, David D Kirkpatrick & Maggie Haberman
It has been blamed for hacks and espionage around the world, from the US elections to the Olympics doping saga. So, what is GRU exactly?
- by Guy Faulconbridge
Investigative website points finger at a military doctor for Russia's GRU military intelligence unit.
- by David Milliken
Russia wants to mess with America's world. China wants America's world.
- by Peter Hartcher
The GRU, it seems, is not all it's cracked up to be.
- by Con Coughlin
The US Justice Department has charged seven Russian military intelligence officers with hacking anti-doping agencies and other organisations.
- by Ellen Nakashima, Michael Birnbaum & William Booth
The allegations came as British and Australian officials blamed Russia's GRU for increasingly 'brazen' activities throughout the globe.