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AFP Photo /Ahmad AL-Rubaye Can you smell what The Caliph is cooking?
Next week is the 13th anniversary of 9/11. And Washington is back to bombing… It’s Iraq, all over again – an eerie echo of the most tragic of all post-9/11 developments: Shock and Awe. 12 by Pepe Escobar
Reuters / Marcelo del Pozo ​EU ‘mother-sucker’: Nanny state decrees dirty homes?
A vacuum cleaner ban lays bare the vacuum of power at the heart of the EU. 12 by Patrick Young
Reuters / Osama Al-dulaimi 'ISIS threat is not as imminent as Saudi Arabia makes it sound to be'
The King of Saudi Arabia is more interested in having ISIS occupied with fighting the West, because if it gets well established it is going to take over Saudi Arabia, an expert on Muslim studies Mohamed Ghilan told RT’s program In the Now. 2
AFP Photo / Odd Andersen ‘People of Europe have never been asked whether they want to live in a super state’
People want more democracy, more referendums, a direct say when it comes to very important decisions that affect the entire union, and that is one of the issues the ‘Alternative for Germany’ is working for, party member Hugh Bronson told RT. 4
Commemorative events in memory of Beslan terrorist attack (RIA Novosti / Anton Podgaiko) The City of Angels: 10 years after Beslan
This September marks 10 years since the tragedy of Beslan, North Ossetia – one of the cruelest hostage crises in history. 4 by Nadezhda Kevorkova
Pakistani supporters of Canadian cleric Tahir ul Qadri and cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan shout anti-government slogans they gather outside the prime minister's residence in Islamabad on September 1, 2014.(AFP Photo / Aamir Qureshi) India-Pakistan-Afghanistan: Will the triangle give peace a chance?
William Dalrymple’s so-called deadly triangle comprising India-Pakistan-Afghanistan is now locked in another series of events that experts feel might give regional peace and stability some trying times ahead. 2 by Jhinuk Chowdhury
Reuters / Baz Ratner ‘China to take a very strong stand on US surveillance over Hainan Island’
Both China and US know that surveillance is a part of their relationship, however Hainan Island is an extremely important asset to China since its nuclear armed submarines are located there, and international specialist on China Andrew Leung told RT. 18
Iraqi security forces and Iraqi Shi'ite volunteers carry their weapons during an intensive security deployment to fight against militants of the Islamic State, formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), on the outskirt of Sulaiman Pek town in Salahuddin province, August 31, 2014. (Reuters / Stringer) ‘American tax payer-paid weapons bombing American tax payer-paid equipment in Iraq’
US foreign policy is not only shortsighted, but also has a history of backing extremist movements which happen to serve its political and economic interests “du jour,” Derek Monroe, reporter for Foreign Policy in Focus, told RT. 2
British veterans attends a commemoration ceremony to mark the 63th anniversary of Operation Market Garden, the battle of Arnhem at the Airborne monument in Arnhem, 21 September 2007 (AFP Photo) A betrayal too far: Only brutal honesty will do at Arnhem’s 70th anniversary
From Wednesday 17th to Friday 26th September this year thousands of friends and relatives of the fallen and the final few who fought there 70 years ago will gather to commemorate the Battle of Arnhem. 16 by Tony Gosling
Newly elected European Council President Donald Tusk attends a news conference during a EU summit in Brussels August 30, 2014 (Reuters / Yves Herman) Mr Tusk goes to Brussels - but can he save the EU?
The first Eastern European EU president, Donald Tusk faces difficult times ahead – and few credentials to suggest he is up to the job... 29 by Patrick Young

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