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Anastasia Churkina

Indefinite curfew: Ferguson police deploy tear gas against protesters
Police used tear gas against protesters in Ferguson more than two hours before the extended curfew was set to begin. Now the curfew is in force, and the officers are telling people who are angry over the killing of a teen by a cop to leave the streets.

August 18, 2014 09:06

Police teargas crowds protesting killing of Missouri teenager
Violence has broken out again as authorities dressed in riot gear in a St. Louis, Missouri suburb – where an unarmed black teen was fatally shot by police over the weekend – have used tear gas and rubber bullets to try to disperse a large crowd.

12.08.2014 02:25

2-star US general killed in Afghan green-on-blue attack
A gunman dressed in an Afghan army uniform opened fire on allied troops, killing a US army two-star major general and wounding 15 coalition troops, including a German brigadier general and two Afghan generals.

05.08.2014 13:31

US intelligence: No direct link to Russia in Malaysia plane downing
Unnamed US officials are telling Associated Press that their intelligence suggests Malaysia plane shot down by anti-Kiev militia, no link to Russia found.

22.07.2014 21:07

Chinese millionaire's flashy stunt to feed NYC homeless ends in chaos
An unusual event sponsored by an uber-wealthy Chinese tycoon to feed New York City’s homeless and gift them hundreds of dollars took place as promised on Wednesday, though not without a fair amount of chaos.

26.06.2014 01:19

Not lovin’ it: Fast food workers bite back with worldwide May 15 strike
May 15th has been declared a global day of solidarity for fast food workers in 150 US cities and 33 countries who held rallies in an effort to boost the minimum wage to $15 per hour and other demands.

15.05.2014 06:03

Unverified & exposed: NYT-State Dept 'Russians in Ukraine' image proof collapses
Pictures presented by Washington and Kiev as evidence of Russia's involvement in Ukraine, and published on Monday by the New York Times, were unverified and in fact contradicted the claims they were to support.

24.04.2014 09:18

The Expandables: How NATO 'conquered' Europe
On the 65th anniversary of NATO, the debate over the organization’s expansion remains highly contentious, with some viewing it as a broken promise to Russia after the fall of the Iron Curtain.

April 04, 2014 03:31

Coups for export: US has history of supporting anti-govt upheavals
The US has been selective in supporting the self-determination of nations. It continues to dismiss Crimea's choice to reunite with Russia, while at the same time backs the coup in Kiev. And the idea is hardly new for Washington.

22.03.2014 05:09

US blacklists 20 Russian officials and businessmen, threatens to sanction economy
US President Barack Obama has announced a new executive order imposing further sanctions on top Russian officials and businessmen. The order also allows for measures against Russian energy, mining, defense, and engineering sectors.

20.03.2014 15:09

​US official accuses Russia of firing at Ukrainian troops, refuses to explain herself
A State Department spokeswoman claimed that Russia ‘shot first’ in an incident in Crimea, which left two people killed near a military facility. But when asked to back the allegations with facts or at least explain herself, she just said to move on.

20.03.2014 05:07

Nicolas Maduro: Ukrainian crisis is response to US and EU anti-Russian policy
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused both the US and the EU of “double standards” over Crimea and recalled the Kosovo and Falkland Islands referendums as evidence. Maduro says the West is seeking to “eventually destroy” Russia.

19.03.2014 18:52

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