Three different pictures, three different results - what the hell is going on with the Russian president's ears?
Russian President Vladimir Putin immersed himself in a frozen lake to celebrate Epiphany, a major holiday in Orthodox Christianity marking the baptism of Jesus.
Kiev adopted a law labelling Moscow as an "aggressor" state in Donetsk and Luhansk provinces.
Vladimir Putin's main opposition rival has hit out at the Russian leader and his near 20-year grip on power.
President Donald Trump said Russia was helping North Korea evade sanctions and added that the US forces required more anti-missile defence measures in place.
The same Russian government-aligned hackers who penetrated the Democratic Party have spent the past few months laying the groundwork for an espionage campaign against the Senate.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is viewed more favourably around the world than US President Donald Trump and UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
Satellite images spotted ramped up tunnelling activities at Punggye-ri's West Portal, indicating Pyongyang's continued efforts to keep the site ready for further testing.
The Russian president insists the only way to ease tensions in the Korean peninsula is through dialogue process.
Orthodox Christians in Russia, Greece, Ethiopia and other countries around the world celebrated Christmas Day yesterday (Sunday 7 January).
Donald Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon slams Donald Trump Jr for 'treasonous meeting' with Russians in Michael Wolff's explosive new book.
The president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, is considering the development of a state-run cryptocurrency that could be used to shirk international sanctions.
Russia security services believe that a bomb was planted in a storage room in the Perekrestok market in northwest St Petersburg on Wednesday (27 December).
Russian foreign ministry says Washington's comment on opposition leader Alexei Navalny's bid is 'direct interference' in the electoral process.
Ten Christmas shoppers were injured after a bomb with the equivalent of 200g of TNT ripped through the Perekrestok market in the north west of the city.
The HMS St Albans monitored the Russian vessel Admiral Gorshkov's "activity in areas of national interest".
Navalny is implicitly barred from running for office because of a conviction in a fraud case which has been viewed as political retribution.
Opposition figure Alexey Navalny says he has the public support to run in Russia's presidential election against Vladimir Putin.
"Clapper has a half-century of experience in US intelligence. His words must be heeded," one Twitter user wrote.
The former foreign secretary William Hague says that Russia is not Britain's enemy, as his successor is set to hold talks in Moscow.