Is Russia more powerful than many people think, and does it have the tools to interfere with upcoming elections? And is Turkey becoming an increasing problem for US foreign policy? John Kornblum, former US Ambassador to Germany, speaks to DW.
Turkey has rejected as "ludicrous" US media reports that it offered millions to deliver cleric Fethullah Gulen. The reports implicate former US national security adviser Michael Flynn.
The Republic of Cyprus, an EU member state, will negotiate directly with the UK over its exit from the European Union. A deal will focus on the future status of Cypriot workers on the island's British military bases.
A ransomware campaign called BadRabbit has hit Russia's Interfax news agency and caused flight delays at Odessa airport in Ukraine. It follows similar attacks in May and June that caused billions in damages.
A US federal judge ruled the indictment be sealed; so it is unclear what the charges were or who the target was. There is a possibility the target could be taken into custody within days.
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