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A demonstrator sits in front of a street fire during a demonstration following the grand jury decision in the Ferguson, Missouri shooting of Michael Brown, in Oakland, California November 25, 2014 (Reuters / Stephen Lam)
‘Ferguson and untold story of depression’
The Ferguson riots are a confluence of circumstances, including the ghastly economics of the African American community that are driving rage into the open and triggering a larger movement in the US, Eric Dreister, geopolitical analyst, told RT. by Eric Draitser
Indian army soldiers (Reuters / Mukesh Gupta) Questions loom as India deepens its defense ties with Israel
As India draws closer and buys more military hardware from Israel, questions are raised about what that will mean to traditional key defense suppliers, the US and Russia, as well as New Delhi’s relations with Palestine. by Jhinuk Chowdhury
OPEC oil ministers attend the OPEC meeting in Vienna (Reuters / Leonhard Foeger) Oil industry battle: ‘New fracking technologies VS traditional extraction methods’
OPEC is not a monolithic organization and it fails to agree on common policy, so it’s unlikely that the upcoming Vienna meeting will become a deciding factor on oil prices, Adrian Salbuchi, International consultant, told RT. by Adrian Salbuchi
An undated picture shows US actor and singer Paul Robeson giving a speech (AFP Photo) Old man giver: Paul Robeson’s altruism shouldn’t be forgotten
British Oscar-winning director Steve McQueen is to make a biopic of Paul Robeson, the black American entertainer whose commitment to the common man’s plight, regardless of race, creed or nationality, left behind a legacy that will never be surpassed. by John Wight
Reuters / Lucas Jackson Menace of hypocrisy: Neocon propagandist frets over Russia’s ‘weaponization of information’
There was a strong whiff of hypocrisy in the Washington air on November 13 when the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) hosted a discussion of a report entitled ‘The Menace of Unreality: How the Kremlin Weaponizes Information, Culture, and Money’.
Solar array panels on the Russian segment of the International Space Station (Reuters / NASA) Russia’s no arms in outer space initiative gains support
Preventing the deployment of weapons in outer space remains one of the key objectives of Russian diplomacy. We believe that space should be used solely for peaceful scientific research purposes in the interest of development and progress of the world. by Alexander Yakovenko
U.S. President Barack Obama (R) and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel after the president announced Hagel's resignation at the White House in Washington, November 24, 2014 (Reuters / Kevin Lamarque) ‘Washington, the Hollywood of politics’: story behind Hagel’s exit
Chuck Hagel’s disagreement with Obama’s position on the Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan wars is most likely behind his resignation. The administration didn’t expect him to speak against the White House, former State Department official Matthew Hoh told RT.
Romania's president elect Klaus Iohannis smiles during a news conference in Bucharest November 17, 2014. (Reuters/Bogdan Cristel) A German 'savior' launches the Romanian reboot
The second poorest EU nation has taken a step towards civilization, the electorate delivering a blunt verdict on a dubious dysfunctional oligarchy passed off as a political system, and electing an ethnic German, Klaus Iohannis as the new president. by Patrick Young
Russian President Vladimir Putin (left, front row) during a photo session of heads of delegations of G20 member states, invited states and international organizations at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. (RIA Novosti / Mihail Metcel) What Brisbane G20 summit showed
President Vladimir Putin stressed at the final news conference at the recent G20 summit in Brisbane that “the work took place in a very constructive atmosphere and was productive.” by Alexander Yakovenko
St. Louis County Prosecutor's Office photo shows Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson (Reuters) Department of Justice ‘should have taken over’ Darren Wilson investigation
The non-indictment of the officer who shot Michael Brown in Ferguson and the anger among the black community is because the grand jury process is fundamentally flawed, according to Damon Jones, a representative for Blacks in Law Enforcement of America.


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