"Deploying its state-run media organisations to plant fake stories and photo-shopped images in an attempt to sow discord in the West and undermine our institutions", she said.
Meanwhile, NPR's Lauren Frayer reports from Madrid that Spain is the latest country to accuse the Kremlin of spreading fake news aimed at disrupting politics: Lauren tells our Newscasts unit that Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says that more than half of social media site accounts spreading "disinformation" about Catalonia have been traced to Russian Federation. May, who has faced criticism over her perceived eagerness to gloss over differences with the US and avoid steps that could jeopardise that relationship, told those gathered that Russia's actions threatened the worldwide order, pointing to its annexation of Crimea, meddling in elections, and hacking the Danish Ministry of Defence and Germany's Bundestag.
Russian Federation could be a valuable partner of the West but only if it "plays by the rules", she argued.
They argue the European Union and the United States should better understand Russia's point of view, its belief that it is threatened from all sides.
"The UK will do what is necessary to protect ourselves, and work with our allies to do likewise".
Addressing Moscow directly, May said: "We know what you are doing".
"Russia has...repeatedly violated the national airspace of several European countries, and mounted a sustained campaign of cyber espionage and disruption". She said that a pledge to uphold the worldwide order sounds particularly "cynical" given British action in Iraq and Libya that "caused suffering of millions and destabilized entire regions".
But May sounded a conciliatory note, calling for ongoing engagement with Moscow and reiterating foreign secretary Boris Johnson will visit the country in the coming months.
May said that while her government was determined to take all necessary action to counter Russian activity, a return to the era of the Cold War was not desirable for either side.
Sharing a photograph of her from last night drinking a glass of wine, the tweet added: "Dear Theresa, we hope, one day you will try Crimean #Massandra red wine". "But for as long as Russian Federation does not, we will act together to protect our interests and the worldwide order on which they depend".
In Mrs May's speech, she also said the authorities in Myanmar - formerly known as Burma - must take "full responsibility" for what "looked like ethnic cleansing" of the Rohingya people in Rakhine province.
The shopping bonanza will last all weekend, and is followed by Black Friday's online equivalent Cyber Monday on November 27 . CR has already weighed in on the Black Friday deals at Best Buy, Costco , Dell , BJ's , Target , and Walmart .
The restaurant operator reported $1.36 earnings per share for the quarter, topping the consensus estimate of $0.79 by $0.57. October 26 investment analysts at Wedbush held the company rating at "In-Line" with a current price target of $115.00.
A total of 14 terrorists were killed in the aftermath of the tunnel collapse, including two senior Islamic Jihad field commanders. Rafah crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip is the enclave's only terminal not controlled by Israel.
Greenstone is charged with keeping players from getting too close to the sideline during games, to avoid a penalty. University officials were informed and as of 10:30 a.m. on Monday the student has been withdrawn from school.
Media headlines about Cohen & Steers Qualityome Realty (NYSE: RQI ) have trended positive on Sunday, Accern reports. Cubist Systematic Strategies LLC acquired a new stake in Cohen & Steers in the second quarter worth $183,000.
The agreement is the latest in a string of global regulatory settlements with big Wall Street banks over forex trading practices. The probe is still ongoing in relation to other banks, according to a person familiar with the matter.
It would go beyond traditional deals by including issues like intellectual property, state-owned enterprises and labour rights. An earlier issue over wording, thought to involve Vietnam, has been resolved.
Judge Mohammad Bashir issued the warrant on the grounds of "continued absence" from the court, according to a court statement. Earlier in the morning, the case was postponed till 12:30 PM as the investigation officer could not reach the court on time.
Trump to nominate 'star' to lead HHS
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Vidya Balan shocked over question about her weight
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Sharif challenges accountability court's decision
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India lose to Bangladesh, knocked out of U-19 Asia Cup
The defeat meant that Bangladesh and Nepal, from Group A, will join Pakistan and Afghanistan, respectively, in the semi-finals. With one win and two defeats in three matches, India U-19 finished third in Group A - above hosts Malaysia.