- Thirty-eight of the most respected retired generals and admirals have urged the US Senate to close Guantanamo Bay. America’s most notorious military detention facility has reached its 12th anniversary, despite pressure and promises to shut it down.
- RT's Anastasia Churkina travels to the military base housing America's most scandalous prison, and discovers a powerful cover-up machine.
- A lot of Gitmo info is classified. But as RT’s crew found out, some of it is secret even for those serving at the facility. Discover why iguanas get special treatment there, and who servicemen can’t date in a special RT report from Guantanamo.
- A Guantanamo employee in charge of force feeding at the facility told RT correspondent how exactly the inmates ‘like’ the procedure to be performed. 15 of the detainees are reportedly still being force fed at the detention center.
- Despite constant repetition of the word “transparency” by US military officials at the detention center at Guantanamo Bay, RT went to the base to see first-hand the trademark obfuscation that guides the world’s view of the secretive prison.
- Dozens of cities across the US have seen a national day of protest against police brutality. Organizers stated that thousands of people were killed in crackdowns over the last couple of decades, and police aren’t held accountable for the violence.
- In its decade long-existence, the Guantanamo Bay detention camp has been much discussed and often reviled – but rarely seen. In this special report, RT’s Anastasia Churkina was granted access to the world’s most infamous prison.
- Two Kazakh students who were friends with suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are standing trial in the US, accused of conspiring to destroy evidence in the bombing case.
- For seven years, the US National Security Agency (NSA) has been using a congressionally approved warrantless Web surveillance system with a near-limitless ability to spy on Americans’ phone calls, emails, video chats, search history and more.
- Millions of activists around the world have rallied against Monsanto, the biotechnology giant for genetically engineering agriculture and food while suppressing negative scientific research.
- The UN Security Council has adopted a resolution expanding sanctions against North Korea. The new resolution, which was drafted by the US and China, was in response to Pyongyang's third nuclear test.
- Russia’s mission to the UN has celebrated the one-year countdown to the Winter Olympic Games. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon attended the ceremony and praised the efforts of the Russian government in the preparations for the Sochi 2014 Olympics.