The detention is the latest in a spate of arrests of people with dual nationality.
'For Trump to praise Putin despite what appears to be a deliberate effort to try to affect the election I think raises national security issues,' Democratic nominee says.
The Ministry of Defense wants a new center to coordinate Baltic deployments.
An artificial intelligence "off" switch and the existence of bulletproof bookbags are among the five things we learned this week.
A state official told national media one man had been apprehended near the scene of the crime.
Friend of Mandela says he "always knew" that CIA had role in his arrest.
NATO's outgoing commander in Europe has said skeptical focus must be turned back on Russia.
U.S. officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, identified the suspect as Lieutenant Commander Edward Lin.
Aristidas Tamosaitis was detained in Moscow in May 2015.
The 'Dirty War," refers to a seven-year period when a military dictatorship cracked down on left-wing opponents.
Argaman will have to deal with threats including ISIS, stabbing attacks and cyber warfare.
Bashar Ja'afari said the organisation operated in Idlib without Syria's permission
Their newspaper published footage that purported to show the state intelligence agency helping send weapons to Syria
Rejecting refugees plays into ISIS's hands.
France has called for a global alliance against Islamic State.
Lord Alexander Carlile says Belgium's limited capabilities can benefit from international help.
U.S. fighter jets escorted the plane to JFK on Monday after an anonymous caller made a bomb threat involving commercial aviation.
AI could be our only hope in a world of data and shouldn't be feared, Nikolay Gurianov says.
The CIA provides the technology for a plane-assisted fake cell tower surveillance program.
London schoolgirls' flight to Syria shows the failure of anti-piracy-style 'cat and mouse' monitoring of social media.
Together, the NSA and GCHQ harvested encryption keys to access global mobile communications.
Security sources have warned that it might be too little too late in regard to these policies