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Anissa Naouai

Moscow sees thousands march for peace in eastern Ukraine
Huge crowds of protesters took to the streets of the Russian capital to demand peace in Ukraine, in the biggest opposition rally in half a year.

21.09.2014 16:16

Trolling today: Ukrainian media exec takes infamous internet tactic to TV, dodges conversation with RT
A live interview on RT’s 'In the Now' program took a turn for the unexpected on Tuesday when a senior executive from Ukraine Today used the appearance to troll the host instead of discussing the network's new media project.

02.09.2014 19:19

‘Propaganda bullhorn’: John Kerry attacks RT during Ukraine address
John Kerry has attacked RT for its coverage of the Ukraine crisis, calling it a “propaganda bullhorn.” Neglecting to address the US’ role in the conflict or back up his assertions with any evidence, Kerry said Russia was behind the unrest in Ukraine.

25.04.2014 06:23

‘US doesn’t mind if Assad stays’ – report
The West is reportedly sending “clear signals” to the Syrian opposition that President Assad should stay in place to prevent Al Qaeda-linked radical Islamists from gaining upper hand in the conflict and turning Syria into a global center for jihad.

18.12.2013 04:42

Asylum hell: Italy struggles to deal with migrant influx
As Italy reels from its worst economic crisis in 60 years and unemployment continues to soar, migrants arriving in search of a better life are instead finding disappointment and squalor.

03.11.2013 16:34

Dark Mail Alliance co-founder: Intel agencies and Western militaries among our customers
The new ‘Dark Mail Alliance’ project being developed by Lavabit and Silent Circle to thwart online surveillance and “bring privacy back” is on track to become a success – even government, military, and intelligence agencies have shown interest.

02.11.2013 08:45

Whistleblower in UK care home scandal fired and still out of work
The Orchid View nursing home was shut down after its 19 residents died and it was revealed to be falling short of delivering even the most basic level of care. RT talked to Liza Martin, the insider, to find out how she manages after blowing the whistle.

01.11.2013 16:46

1000+ killed: October Iraq’s deadliest month since 2008
Iraq has just experienced its deadliest month in five years with over 1,000 killed amid spiraling violence, a topic that will rank high in talks between Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and President Barack Obama in Washington on Friday.

01.11.2013 13:53

Snowden ready to go to Germany under asylum as his letter to Berlin revealed
NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, is ready to go to Germany and testify over the US wiretapping of Angela Merkel’s phone on condition of granting him political asylum, a German MP who met Snowden has said. He also revealed the text of Snowden’s letter.

01.11.2013 13:14

Buying time: US budget deal postpones financial doomsday
President Obama and Congress have signed off on extending the debt ceiling through to February. The new legislation only temporarily solves the US budget dispute, begging the question if America will ever limit its borrowing.

17.10.2013 05:33

US avoids default as Congress passes deal to end shutdown
US President Barack Obama has signed legislation passed by Congress Wednesday to temporarily lift the debt ceiling and end the government shutdown, averting the threat of default just hours before the October 17 deadline.

16.10.2013 21:12

Senate leaders reach deal to avoid default, end shutdown
Lawmakers in the Senate are weighing a bipartisan bill that is expected to re-open the United States government and save the country from default.

16.10.2013 14:47