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People watch a vehicle which belonged to Shi'ite Muslim rebels burn during clashes in Aden March 26, 2015.(Reuters / Nabeel Quaiti) ‘There can be only homegrown political solution to Yemen Houthi crisis’
A solution to the Yemeni conflict can’t be produced outside the country and the Saudi-led international intervention which violates the sovereignty of Yemen will only worsen the situation, political analyst Ibrahim Alloush told RT.
British television presenter Jeremy Clarkson.(Reuters / Peter Nicholls) Top Jerk: Clarkson’s bigotry typical of arrogant British elite
The decision by the BBC to sack Jeremy Clarkson over his physical assault and abuse of one of the producers of Top Gear, the program on which Clarkson was the main presenter, raises more questions than answers. by John Wight
Crowds gather at a vigil for Mark Duggan, outside Tottenham Police Station in Tottenham, north London January 11, 2014.(Reuters / Neil Hall) Injustice over Mark Duggan case reflects global problem of police incompetence and brutality
The news that the officer who killed Mark Duggan in North London on August, 4 2011 has been cleared of “any wrongdoing” will not come as a surprise to many people. by Richard Sudan
Reuters / Jonathan Alcorn ​‘Mideast unrest causes oil spike, but it’s only temporary’
The risk of political instability in Saudi Arabia always goes along with a spike in the oil price as it has been the largest producer of crude oil in the world, Amir Handjani, lead director at RAK Petroleum, told RT.
Reuters / Chris Keane ‘Free journalism doesn’t really exist in the US’
The US mainstream media has been working hand in hand with the government in terms of carrying out a propaganda war and we see this especially in the situation over Ukraine, William Jones from Executive Intelligence Review, told RT.
A fighter of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) holds an ISIL flag and a weapon on a street in the city of Mosul. (Reuters / Stringer) Anti-Shia victim blaming & its roots in Iranophobia
Since ISIS exploded onto the world stage last year, a common meme to have gained traction is that had Iraq's Sunni Arabs been given a bit more power, there would’ve been no ISIS. This is a dangerous fallacy that ignores some uncomfortable realities.
US Secretary of State John Kerry (L), US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz (2L), Robert Malley (3L), of the US National Security Council, European Union High Representative Federica Mogherini (C), Head of Iranian Atomic Energy Organisation Ali Akbar Salehi (2R), Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (R) and others wait for a meeting at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel on March 27, 2015 in Lausanne.(Reuters / Brendan Smialowski) Iran nuclear deal: 'Stakes are too high for US'
The US has put the highest priority on a possible Iran nuclear deal as it might restrict its nuclear breakout capability to a minimum of one year and, help develop trust between Iran and the West, says Paul Heroux, Middle East expert.
(L-R, front) U.S. President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping. (Reuters / Alexei Druzhinin) ‘US competes with China, Russia to remain the big dog on the block’
The US doesn’t see Russia as a real threat, but political and economic rivalry is behind its narrative as Moscow and Beijing are forming alternate poles of global power and finance, says Dr. Conn Hallinan, a columnist at Foreign Policy In Focus.
RIA Novosti / Iliya Pitalev Non-proliferation treaty: Russia’s reflections
On March 5, the international community marked the 45th anniversary of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) coming into force. by Alexander Yakovenko
People gather at the site of an air strike at a residential area near Sanaa Airport March 26, 2015. (Reuters / Khaled Abdullah) ‘Yemen crisis: clearly a failure of US foreign policy’
The US, which not long ago called Yemen an example of successful counter-terror strategy, underestimated the power of the Houthis in the country as they have already gained control over several cities, said Abayomi Azikiwe, Editor, Pan-African News Wire.


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