The Kremlin is organising an international security conference to review its tactics. Deutsche Welle talks to Russian Deputy Minister for Defence, Anatoly Antonov, about the fight against Islamist terror and about Russia's wider defence strategy.
If Telegram doesn't hand over its encryption keys to Russia's domestic intelligence agency, it may have to say bye-bye to its many Russian users. The secretive Russian-founded company prides itself on user privacy.
The increasing tension between Russia and the West has some experts asking whether Germany should change its famously patient approach to dealing with the Kremlin. The key to a new strategy may lie in domestic policy.
The United States has told the UN Security Council that Moscow was behind a nerve agent attack on former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, England. Russia vehemently denies it was involved.
Germany's top police authority has found evidence that Islamist terrorist groups may target the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The agency also pointed to Russia's hooligan scene as a source of violence.
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