The head of US Central Command reviews intelligence indicating Russia possibly pays bounties to Taliban-linked militants but says there is not enough there to make a connection to claims of payments for killings.
In a first for the Russian Navy, an all-female navy crew carried out patrols on the Black Sea in preparation for Russia's Navy Day celebrations later this month. The crew, onboard a patrol boat, fulfilled a broad array of drills on their maiden voyage, simulating how they would react to an incursion by saboteurs...
Dozens of demonstrators were detained in Moscow on Wednesday evening at a rally against recent constitutional changes that would allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to remain in power until 2036. Hundreds of people attended the rally, which was called to collect signatures in protest at the changes.
Russian ambassador to the UK Andrei Kelin says there is "no sense" in the allegations made last week by the United States, Britain and Canada, that his country's intelligence services sought to steal information about a coronavirus vaccine.
An explosive new intelligence report finds the UK's focus on terrorism after 9/11 left it unprepared for attacks on its democracy carried out by Russia. It's a scenario Australia should study closely, writes Matthew Bevan.