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​US facing intelligence ‘black hole’ over Ukraine events
The United States is facing an intelligence ‘black hole’ over what is happening in Ukraine in the last few month, and not feeling able to judge the events clearly resort to shrill response and rhetoric, Oxford University historian Mark Almond told RT.

14.04.2014 03:34

Kiev prepares ‘armed provocations’ to discredit pro-federation forces, Russia
The self-imposed govt in Kiev is preparing provocations in Eastern Ukraine on the border with Russia in order to discredit the popular uprising, former Ukrainian interior minister said. The information was also confirmed by other sources in the ministry.

13.04.2014 20:48

​Kiev risks ruining 4-party talks if force used in Ukraine’s east – Lavrov to Kerry
If Kiev fulfils its threat to use force against desperate South-eastern Ukrainians, it will undermine the prospect of a four-sided meeting in Geneva as well as other cooperation on the Ukrainian crisis, Russian FM Sergey Lavrov told his US counterpart.

13.04.2014 01:53

Florida closer to waiving gun laws during riots, other emergencies
Hurricanes, toxic events, riots, and other emergencies in Florida could soon be enough to allow residents to circumvent the state’s gun laws and carry a weapon without a permit if a bill passed Friday is signed into law.

12.04.2014 01:22

Memory, not history: 70 years on, Crimea's Kerch celebrates liberation from Nazis
It's been a solemn day in Crimean city of Kerch as veterans and the locals pay tribute to Soviet soldiers and civilians who suffered enormous losses in the bloody WWII fight with Nazi occupants – a memory cherished in the region to this day.

09.04.2014 16:55

Supporters gather to defend Bundy ranch in Nevada, FAA enacts no-fly zone
An intense showdown in the state of Nevada between a family of ranchers and federal agents continues to escalate after a longstanding land dispute two decades in the making came to a head earlier this month.

11.04.2014 14:22

Pentagon ponders ‘logistical nightmare’ of Afghan withdraw
Ranked as America’s most challenging military action since WWII, the US is faced with the task of transporting millions of pieces of military assets out of Afghanistan as possible exit routes - including through Russia - are blocked.

11.04.2014 09:18

Reclaiming Kerch: A hard-won WWII battle for Crimean Hero City (PHOTOS)
Hundreds of thousands killed, executed or sent to concentration camps – that was the price paid by the Soviet Union for the strategic Kerch peninsula’s liberation from Nazi Germany. Seventy years ago, fierce battles left the city of Kerch in utter ruins.

08.04.2014 15:10

Heavily-armed feds surround Nevada Bundy ranch, confiscate cattle (VIDEO)
After 20 years of battling the US government for use of his family's land, a Nevada rancher’s “one-man range war” may soon end. The family says heavily-armed federal agents have surrounded the ranch as "trespass cattle” are removed from the disputed land.

10.04.2014 00:28

'Presence of foreign mercenaries in Ukraine shows weakness of Kiev govt'
The Kiev government is having trouble holding power even in western Ukraine, where it should have firm control. Meanwhile it’s bringing in mercenaries to retake eastern areas, anti-war activist Daniel Patrick Welch told RT.

09.04.2014 08:38

​US announces cuts to nuclear forces
Washington has announced plans to reduce the number of strategic nuclear bombers, submarine launchers and deployed ballistic missiles to meet the limits set on nuclear arsenals by the New START treaty signed with Russia 4 years ago.

09.04.2014 03:12

Navy to test electromagnetic gun aboard high-speed vessel in 2016 (VIDEO)
As the US Navy touts the capabilities of its new, high-powered electromagnetic rail gun, the service has announced its goal of testing the weapon at sea in 2016.

08.04.2014 16:16

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