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Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak (L), Ukraine's Energy and Coal Industry Minister Yuri Prodan (R), European Commission President Jose Manuel Barosso (C) address a press conference as EU Energy Commissioner Gunther Oettinger (2nd L) and European Commission vice-president Miros Sefkovic look on, after an agreement was signed between Ukraine, Russia and the EU at the European Union Commission headquarters in Brussels on October 30, 2014. (AFP Photo) ‘Europe to pay for the whole mess in Ukraine’
The gas deal between Ukraine and Russia became possible because Europe realized that it wouldn’t get the gas if it didn’t get behind Ukraine, Wall Street analyst Michael Hudson told RT.
Anti-fracking demonstrators protest on 51st Street and 7th Avenue as President Obama arrives at the Sheraton Hotel, at 52nd Street, on September 23, 2014 in New York City. (Bryan Thomas/Getty Images/AFP) ‘US fracking extremely dangerous, poses cancer threat’
The way that oil and gas fracking is practiced in the US is dangerous to public health exposing people living around wells to respiratory infections, cancer and a reduction in brain activity, David O. Carpenter, environmental health expert, told RT.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak (2nd L) and Ukraine's Energy and Coal Industry Minister Yuri Prodan (2nd R) shake hands as European Commission President Jose Manuel Barosso (3rd L), EU Energy Commissioner Gunther Oettinger (C), European Commission vice-president Miros Sefkovic (3rd R), CEO of Naftogaz, Andriy Kobolev (R) and CEO of Gazprom, Alexey Miller (L) look on, after signing an agreement at the European Union Commission headquarters in Brussels on October 30, 2014. (AFP Photo) ‘Moscow ends up at risk with Ukraine gas agreement’
It is not clear what Moscow gets out of a deal with Ukraine by selling gas below market price, and guaranteeing supplies to Europe while there are still sanctions and anti-Russian propaganda, Paul Roberts, former Assistant US Treasury Secretary, told RT.
Photo by Andre Vltchek Pro-democracy protests in HK: But what is democracy for them?
Hong Kong protesters - mainly students who lack ideology and political awareness - are playing to the hands of the West, which has lately been demonizing all governments resisting its quest for global dominance. by Andre Vltchek
A crest of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (AFP Photo) ‘US intelligence needs prosecutions to get more budget dollars’
There is competition among 17 US intelligence agencies - they catch people whether it is within the law or not to get part of the multi-billion ‘black budget,’ George Mapp, an investigative journalist, said on RT’s In the Now show.
US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) (AFP Photo) ‘US rebuke of Israel seems childish: no deeds, only words’
The US Administration’s criticism of Israeli PM Netanyahu has not been accompanied by any deeds and the country still remains Israel’s main supporter, political analyst and Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy told RT.
​Cold turkey? Will the West survive ‘withdrawal’ from QE?
If all you ever did was look at economic figures you might be forgiven for thinking the global economy is beginning to pick up after the worst recession in living memory. But the reality is rather different. by Tony Gosling
Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images/AFP Using the Holocaust to justify war on Assad
Since its creation after WWII, Israel and friends have been masters at manipulating emotions, endlessly invoking the memory of Hitler’s Germany as a pretext for starting further wars as in the recent Holocaust-themed propaganda against Syria’s government.
Reuters/Desmond Boylan Russian approaches to nuclear disarmament
Elimination of the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, remains one of the key priorities of the international community. by Alexander Yakovenko
AFP Photo ‘Closure of Al-Aqsa mosque to flare up Israeli-Palestinian conflict’
By closing the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Israel is launching war on four fronts - against the Palestinians, all Muslims, Jordan and the international community, Abhallah Abdullah from the Palestinian Legislative council told RT.

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