The accusation was made the same day deadly violence broke out on Venezuela's border with Brazil.
Although it might look like Christmas is being celebrated on January 7, it's actually that in some countries, December 25 is simply on a different day.
A sham website advertising penetration-testing job roles even listed U.S. hacking victims as "clients."
Local media reports later revealed the suspect's name as Malkhaz Kobauri.
NATO has around 32,000 troops in the Baltic region, compared with 78,000 Russians.
The U.S. Marines have ramped up their presence in Europe in the past few years.
The Russian president outlined the action he feels would be necessary and said Sweden would be no safer in NATO.
Pew's survey of the ethnically and religiously diverse region showed many would not welcome minority groups as citizens, neighbors or family.
Timothy Snyder, a professor of Eastern European history at Yale, shifts his focus from the past to the present to help Americans counter the erosion of democracy.
Diplomats from Ukraine and five other former Communist countries rallied for the U.S. Senate's backing.
Diplomats ask U.S. Senate for help against interference from Russia, including cyber attacks, and insisted that sanctions imposed on Moscow should not be lifted anytime soon.
Washington refuses to grant visa-free access to people from four east European states and Cyprus.
U.S. moves military equipment to be used in training exercises in NATO states near Russia.
Rutte is facing battles against Euroskeptics at home.
Seeking refuge is what humans do, which is why the discussion on mobility needs to change.
The most popular destination was Norway.
Robert Fico got angry at journalists asking about public procurement corruption allegations.
Moscow has been working on missiles to overwhelm defences.
Police say the suspects planned "synchronized terror attacks" in Kosovo and against the Israeli football team.
A ruling in March stipulated that the head of state should be selected by a popular vote.
The martial arts actor said frequent visits to Russia would suit him.
The slogan has been adopted by Latvia for a government scheme aimed at coaxing workers home.
Less than 6 percent of the U.K.'s Poles plan on leaving.