Putin 'is making scapegoats of gay people, just as Hitler did Jews. He can't be allowed to get away with it'
Anti-corruption lawyer resigned to his fate: 'Only one man in the end dictates the law – Putin'
The fugitive whistleblower is ready to go home if he is guaranteed a free and impartial trial, says his lawyer
Putin must lead transition to post-Assad regime but there will be a price, says former Israeli PM
Fears that delivery of new weapons to Syria could spark new war and shift the balance of power
Pledge of peace talks driven by fears that push to remove Assad regime is destabilising the region
'We don’t want Britain to become a playground for these gangsters, let alone a battleground for violence'
Inquest told Russian oligarch's death was 'consistent with hanging' but tests continue
Post-mortem suggests 67-year-old took his own life but friends insist he would not have committed suicide