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Reuters / Muhammad Hamed ‘Hostage crisis – Jordan’s blowback from Syrian conflict’
Amman has allowed Saudi Arabia and the West to use Jordan as a training ground for military activities related to Syria, so it is natural that it is currently facing blowback, political analyst Sharmine Narwani told RT. by Sharmine Narwani
General view of the plenary room of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (Reuters/Vincent Kessler) ​PACE 'ceases to be a forum' for solving Ukraine crisis following Russia's exclusion
The Ukraine conflict can only be solved with Moscow at the table, but the West has taken away one of the few forums where the issue could be discussed, political analyst Martin McCauley told RT, speaking on PACE’s decision to strip Russia's voting rights.
Reuters / Jonathan Ernst ‘SWIFT is archaic, doesn’t stand up to modern digital age’
In the short-term being removed from SWIFT would be a problem for Russia, but in the long-term it’s an archaic analogue system for payments which should be replaced by fully digital technology, Patrick Young, expert in global financial markets, told RT. by Patrick Young
Photo by Bryan MacDonald One year on: How the Western media finally changed its tune on Sochi
Almost a year after the Sochi Olympics wowed winter sports enthusiasts worldwide, it’s possible to review the initial impact of their legacy. The former Soviet resort city has been transformed into a luxury destination the equal of anything in Europe. by Bryan MacDonald
Reuters / Stringer Matter of deadly legacies: War on terror and new Cold War
Today the West, and the rest of the world, is faced with a whole host of deadly threats affecting many people in many regions close by, as well as wide and far removed. by Can Erimtan
Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski (C) bows as he lays a wreath at the 'Wall of Death' in the former Nazi German concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz in Oswiecim January 27, 2015.(Reuters / Laszlo Balogh) ​RT’s Paula Slier from Auschwitz: ‘We each take from the Holocaust something personal’
I’ve been to Auschwitz three times. Yesterday was my fourth. But whereas before I visited to say the mourner’s prayer at the unmarked graves of my murdered family, yesterday I went as a journalist.
Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalia Yaresko (R) listens as U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew speaks during a joint news conference in Kiev January 28, 2015.(Reuters / Gleb Garanich) ‘US seeks to swallow Ukraine to exploit resources, bring it into NATO’
The US, along with West-controlled financial institutions, plans to take Ukraine into its economic, financial and military orbit, Richard Becker from the Answer Coalition told RT.
Reuters / STR ‘UK survey: 45 % of Muslim pupils, students faced Islamophobic experience’
A large number of pupils and students in the UK have experienced discrimination and hate crimes while in education, said Arzu Merali from Islamic Human Rights Commission. She added that was before the Charlie Hebdo attack.
Reuters / Alkis Konstantinidis ‘Greece-EU clash over anti-Russia statement: others may follow Athens’ suit’
Greece’s discontent with the EU over an anti-Russian statement may give new momentum to other European countries, and make it easier for them to have courage to say “no” to Brussels dictate, foreign affairs analyst Srdja Trifkovic told RT.
Reuters / Ruben Sprich How the super-rich deal with social inequality?
As social inequality is increasing, the rich look to protect their wealth and many invest in supporting candidates who’d lighten their regulatory and tax burden, Robert Johnson President of Institute of New Economic Thinking told RT.

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