Syria alleged chemical attack: Gunfire delays deployment of weapons inspectors
First we look at Syria and the outcome of the strikes on alleged chemical weapons labs. With the OPCW unable to access the sites some accuse Russia and Syria of covering up the evidence of their chemical weapons use. Will the Syrian battleground remain a proxy war for the larger powers at play? We also look at the new Cuban President and his relation to the old regime and Macron's efforts to reform both at home and in Europe.
U.S. to hit Russia with new sanctions
Bloomberg's Ros Krasney discusses new sanctions that may be put on Russia after the latest tensions coming out of Syria.
To strike or not to strike: US and Allies Mull response to apparent Syria chemical attack
First came the horrific images reportedly out of the besieged Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta and claims of at least 40 dead. Then came Donald Trump's tweet warning Russia that he would fire missiles at Syria.
U.K. to review 700 visas granted to Russians
The fallout between Russia and the rest of the world continues.
Egyptian gets on his bike for World Cup road trip
Egyptian cyclist Mohamed Nufal is braving a journey on his bike from Egypt to Russia, to support his country's national team in the first World Cup appearance in 28 years.
Online insults for Parkland protesters
The poisoning of a former Russian spy in the UK is prompting a show of solidarity from much of the West. It's a curiously different response to the 2006 murder of Alexander Litvinenko.
64 dead in Russian shopping mall fire - Russian agencies
At least 64 people are dead after a fire broke out in a shopping mall in the city of Kemerovo, Russia, about 3,600 kilometres east of Moscow, according to officials.
Putin, Trump meeting a good idea, Fmr. Amb. Pickering says
Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Thomas Pickering discusses a possible meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Trump attacks justice dept. on Russian meddling investigation
Bloomberg's Ros Krasny reports on President Trump's attacks on the Justice Department’s investigation into Russian election meddling.
Russia's opposition weakened as Putin looks set for fourth term
On Sunday, Russians head to the polls for a presidential election. It's a contest that holds no surprises, with Vladimir Putin assured of winning a fourth term in office. Six years ago, however, his re-election was greeted by the largest wave of protests in post-Soviet Russia. But the authorities chose to respond with force. Today, the weakened opposition has little chance of rallying people again.