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S. Korea reveals suspected N. Korean crashed drones (PHOTOS)
This looks like a toy, but it is no child’s play. South Korea is analyzing a drone that has crashed into a border island and is believed to have come from North Korea, following an artillery exchange between the two countries.

02.04.2014 09:01

Simple modification circumvents New York’s strict new gun law
Billed as one of the toughest gun control laws in the United States when it was passed in early 2013, New York’s assault weapons ban is being sidestepped in a way that appears to be surprisingly easy.

01.04.2014 18:22

Militants in Syria prepare chemical attack in Damascus – UN envoy
Armed gangs in Syria are conspiring to stage a chemical attack in the Damascus suburbs in order to later lay the blame on the Bashar Assad’s government, Syria's UN Ambassador Bashar Jaafari has warned the Security Council.

01.04.2014 15:09

‘Not all Afghan problems will be solved by US & NATO pull-out’
There's no point in expecting a fair election in an occupied country, but if the Afghans could be left alone perhaps they could find a way for a real secular government in the interests of the people, expert on Afghanistan Debra Sweet told RT.

01.04.2014 09:30

Ukraine parliament orders all armed groups to lay down weapons
The Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada has adopted a resolution on the immediate disarmament of illegal armed groups. The most notorious is the nationalistic Right Sector, whose members have been involved in the bloodiest turmoil in Ukraine’s recent past.

01.04.2014 09:04

Japan approves relaxed arms export rules
The Japanese government is renewing arms exports after decades of an absolute ban on the trade of defense equipment and technologies. Japan’s neighbors expect them to move away from the pacifist stance fixed in the country’s post-WWII constitution.

01.04.2014 05:14

​‘EU more worried about its reputation, not extremism in Ukraine’
Brussels was busy with downplaying the role of the violent groups that influenced the so-called revolution in Ukraine, but now when it cannot be hidden anymore they have to distance themselves from the Right Sector,journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter told RT.

31.03.2014 11:32

'There will be only semblance of elections in Afghanistan'
The Taliban cannot completely undermine the elections, but they won't mean anything anyway, because they don't represent the majority of the Afghan people, war correspondent Eric Margolis told RT.

31.03.2014 07:09

US, UK parts in N. Korea rocket – UN report
North Korea’s Unha-3 rocket was built with components from South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States, UN experts revealed.

29.03.2014 09:24

‘Against democratic principles’: EU’s Ashton denounces nationalists’ pressure on Ukraine parliament
The lawless actions of Ukraine's nationalists have finally caught attention of the intl community, with EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton denouncing Right Sector for its ‘pressure’ and ‘undemocratic’ demand of the interior minister’s resignation.

29.03.2014 02:42

​India tests nuclear-capable mid-range missile
India has successfully test-fired a nuclear-capable medium range Prithvi-II ballistic missile from a military base in Odisha.

29.03.2014 00:45

Obama considers sending anti-aircraft weapons to Syrian opposition
President Barack Obama may authorize the shipment of new air defense systems to rebel forces in Syria’s ongoing civil war, a new Associated Press report states.

28.03.2014 18:57

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