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Near a site where a single-engined Falcon aircraft has crashed at Moscow's Vnukovo airport (RIA Novosti / Maksim Blinov)
‘No way to avoid Total plane crash’
When an aircraft taking off with a lot of fuel on board and maximum speed hits something metal on its way, sparks alongside heat and pressure are inevitable, and this is catastrophic for any plane, Head of Aviation at CQ University Ron Bishop told RT.
AFP Photo / Dominique Faget The Trans-Pacific Partnership – one sick treaty?
The secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will increase patent protection for the benefit of big pharmaceutical companies, but are such policies really in the interests of global health? by Roslyn Fuller
U.S. President Barack Obama (L) and Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Reuters / Jason Reed) US needs pro-American lobby in Israel
Behind the polite and diplomatic statements regarding the “unbreakable bond” that exists between the United States and Israel lays a more disturbing truth that is slowly coming to the surface. by Robert Bridge
Presidential candidate for the Brazilian Workers' Party and current President Dilma Rousseff (L) speaks during a television debate with Brazilian Social Democracy Party candidate Aecio Neves (R) in Sao Paulo, Brazil on October 17, 2014. (AFP Photo / Miguel Schincariol) Neck & neck Brazil presidential race casts doubts on Mercosur, BRICS
About a year ago everyone expected an easy ride for President Dilma Rousseff in her reelection campaign. Now, in the final week of Brazil’s election season, she is technically tied with opposition’s Aécio Neves. by Mauricio Savarese
RT Video screenshot ​‘Truth blocked in US through mainstream media’
A blockade on the truth in America can be broken by billboard campaigns, like that criticizing Fox News host Sean Hannity, with the involvement of crowdfunding and cryptocurrency, Max Keiser, the host of RT's ‘Keiser Report’, told RT. by Max Keiser
RIA Novosti / Maksim Blinov ‘French oil giant boss’ death won’t affect company’s viability’
The death of Christophe de Margerie may have a temporary effect on the energy company’s share price, compared to those caused by Exxon Valdez oil spill and BP’s Gulf spill, John Griffing, Republican blogger in Texas, told RT.
This undated photo released by the Army Times 05 March, 2002, shows smoke rising from Taliban and al-Qaida positions in the hills of Sirkankel, Afghanistan, after heavy US Bombing. (AFP Photo / Mandatory Credit: Pool Photo by Warren Zinn / Army Times ) ‘US seeks to reassert domination in Iraq, not to lose it in Afghanistan’
The US authorities see the ISIS threat as an opportunity to regain its position in Iraq where it spent trillions of dollars waging war, but at the same time wants to maintain domination in Afghanistan, Richard Becker from the Answer Coalition told RT.
An image grab taken from a video released by the Islamic State (IS) via its "Al-Furqan » media arm on October 3, 2014 purportedly shows a masked militant (R) before the execution of British hostage Alan Henning dressed in orange and on his knees in a desert landscape. (AFP Photo / HO) ​Why do we know nothing about ISIS?
“Don’t you know that Isis was the name of an Egyptian goddess?” a colleague from Iraq recently wrote me. “Mind you, they never give things names for no reason in the West. Terror, death and fear – that is what we have to cope with day by day.” by Nadezhda Kevorkova
Christophe de Margerie, CEO of the French oil and gas company Total (Reuters / Benoit Tessier)
Total CEO's plane crash seemingly ‘obvious’ but many issues to investigate - aviation expert
A set of unfortunate circumstances may have caused the fatal airline accident that claimed the life of Total's CEO Christophe de Margerie, including technical problems and human error, Mark Weiss, a former American Airlines pilot, told RT.
Two men stand on the roof of a damaged building after a Libyan war plane crashed in the eastern city of Tobruk (Reuters / Stringer) How Muammar Gaddafi’s death reshaped destinies
It is 3 years since Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was shot by National Transitional Council (NTC) forces. That fateful day when NATO intelligence and military assistance spelled the end of a dictator, the future of our world was reshaped forever too.


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Conflicts have been proliferating around the globe, and despite living in a hyper-connected world, it seems that...

October 18, 2014 06:30
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  Nation-state model of Europe has failed, breeding wars and misery

Europe is being torn apart by separatist sentiments, flaring across the continent: Catalonia, Scotland, Venice;...

October 20, 2014 08:30

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