Kiev’s main thoroughfare. Ukraine has been used for years by Russia as a testing ground for politicised cyber operations that later cropped up in other countries. Photograph: Brendan Hoffman/New York Times

The hacker, known only by his online alias “Profexer”, kept a low profile. He wrote computer code alone in an apartment and quietly sold his handiwork(...)

Mikhail Amelkin, chief technology officer of Tion, a start-up that manufactures air-purification systems in Akademgorodok, in Siberia, a town specially designed for scientists in the Soviet period. Photograph: James Hill/New York Times

Dmitri Trubitsyn is a young physicist-entrepreneur with a patriotic reputation, seen in this part of Siberia as an exemplar of the talents, dedication(...)

Donald Trump jnr (L): US investigators are probing whether there was collusion betweenRussia and Trump’s   campaign. File photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters

US president Donald Trump dictated a statement, later shown to be misleading, in which his son Donald Trump jnr said a meeting he had with a Russian (...)

 Naomi Klein’s new book,  ‘No is Not Enough: Defeating the New Shock Politics’, examines  Donald Trump’s election. File photograph: Ed Kashi

Last month’s general election turned British politics upside-down, leaving the victorious Conservatives in despair and Labour joyful in defeat. Jeremy(...)

French president Emmanuel Macron  and his wife Brigitte  tour Napoleon’s Tomb with US president Donald Trump  and his wife  Melania Trump at Les Invalides museum in Paris, France. Photograph: Ian Langsdon/Reuters

US president Donald Trump held the door open to a reversal of his decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord on Thursday, but (...)

President Donald Trump disagrees with claims that Vladimir Putin was happy he had won the election. ‘I wanted a strong military, he doesn’t want to see that’. Photograph: Getty

US president Donald Trump, battling allegations that Russia helped him win the White House, claimed last night Vladimir Putin would have preferred a H(...)

Vice president of Crokus Group Emin Agalarov, then not-yet-elected US president Donald Trump and president of Crokus Group Aras Agalarov   at a press conference before the Miss Universe 2013 pageant in Moscow. Photograph: Sergei Ilnitsky/EPA

The two Russian figures at the centre of claims Donald Trump’s eldest son sought to collude with Moscow to undermine Hillary Clinton’s presidential ca(...)

Emails released by Donald Trump jnr on Tuesday show he agreed last year to meet a woman he was told was a Russian government lawyer who might have damaging information about Democratic White House rival Hillary Clinton. Photograph: Reuters

The dollar edged down to 14-month lows against the euro in Asian trading on Wednesday as investors, already wary ahead of Federal Reserve chair Janet (...)

Donald Trump jnr with US president Donald Trump. File photograph: Getty

US president Donald Trump on Wednesday defended his eldest son as “innocent” following revelations that Donald Trump jnr welcomed Russian help against(...)

Donald Trump jnr with his father. Just as Trump’s proposal for co-operation with Russia on cybersecurity and the move to allow Ivanka to sit at the G20 table was met with bafflement, Trump jnr’s decision to meet with a Russian lawyer and then not disclose it could be seen as political naivety at best. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/Getty Images

It didn’t take long for US president Donald Trump to enter another political maelstrom after returning to Washington from the G20 summit in Hamburg. (...)

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