Each year thousands of young Russians attend summer camp. But while making campfires and pitching tents, they also learn to fire guns and practice clearing a building of terrorists. DW's Emily Sherwin packed her sleeping bag and went to take a look.
President Tsai had said that Taiwan will not be intimidated by Chinese military drills. Beijing considers self-governing Taiwan to be an integral part of China, to be annexed by force if necessary.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has welcomed his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Moscow. The two leaders discussed the sale of advanced Russian missiles to Turkey that has riled the United States.
A court in Moscow has sentenced a Norwegian man to 14 years in prison for spying on Russian nuclear submarines. A lawyer for the retired border inspector claims he is the victim of a setup.
The Russian Duma has given its final approval to a bill creating a domestic internet. Lawmakers say it aims to protect Russia from cyber threats — but the law has sparked protest: Critics worry it will allow censorship.
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