With the move, Paul Manafort acknowledges to the Justice Department that he coached Ukrainian party members on how to interact with U.S. officials
Technology experts say that the disruption experienced bears the hallmarks of 'ransomware' programs that hold data hostage until payment is made
Police say none were injured in the incident
The messages, many of which are disguised to look as if they're coming from fellow soldiers, typically say things such as 'Leave and you will live'
Merkel will not abandon the EU’s agenda, despite how unpalatable it may be in Moscow
Rabbi Mendel Deitsch was beaten and robbed last October and suffered from multiple head injuries and brain trauma
Bershad, with a Jewish population of only 50, is a living testament to the Jewish community’s incredible story - one that has endured despite decades of communist repression, the Holocaust and the exodus of Russian-speaking Jews.
Trump 'has made it very clear' that he expects Moscow to return Crimea to Ukraine, in a departure from opinions he has previously expressed.
Renewed violence has flared between Moscow-backed rebels and Ukraine government forces that has caused the highest casualty rate since mid-December.
Ukraine and NATO accuse the Kremlin of supporting the rebels with troops and weapons, which it denies.