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#Euromaidan 1st birthday: How the Kiev coup grew (Op-Edge)
It’s been a year since thousands of peaceful protesters took part in the initial Euromaidan rallies in Kiev, hoping for a brighter future. Since that optimistic start, the state has been torn to shreds and now its very future is in doubt.

21.11.2014 13:06

‘Act of betrayal’: Stormy pay dispute sparks 4-day defense workers’ strike
Eight-hundred UK defense workers began a four-day strike on Monday sparked by a heated pay dispute. Staff say their recent 1 percent rise, tabled during negotiations, amounts to a pay cut in real terms and an “act of betrayal.”

17.11.2014 17:11

Tech hub: France becomes new tax haven for R&D firms
Tech giants from all over the world choose France as a base for their businesses, as the combination of tax breaks for research and development, as well as world-class scientists has turned it into a magnet for companies.

17.11.2014 13:47

​Young Brits to work longer than grandparents, earn less than parents
The generation currently entering employment can expect to do more jobs and be paid less than previous generations, new figures show.

14.11.2014 15:08

‘EU may become an increasingly declining part of the world’
The eurozone has huge problems and is holding back the global economy from growing, however the world in general is doing ok, Jim O'Neill, former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, told RT.

13.11.2014 12:05

Million elderly Brits malnourished as third of councils cut ‘meals on wheels’ service
A third of all UK councils have scrapped ‘meals on wheels’ services to their elderly and vulnerable residents due government to spending cuts, putting senior citizens at risk of malnutrition and social isolation, research showed.

11.11.2014 14:30

No more secretive operations for USAID, State Dept says
The US government is revising the rules for program applications to the Agency for International Development. The agency cannot act in countries rejecting its help, or take on dangerous and risky projects like “Cuban Twitter”.

11.11.2014 14:53

Putin’s India visit to focus on deeper trade & investment ties
A much-needed boost in Indo-Russian ties may be just around the corner. President Vladimir Putin will visit India next month for a 15th annual bilateral summit, held for the first time with India’s new prime minister, Narendra Modi.

09.11.2014 14:50

The austerity mirage
Britain leads Western Europe not just in economic growth but also in a mirage of austerity.

07.11.2014 12:35

IRS head warns of 'miserable' 2015 tax-filing season
The Internal Revenue Service is gearing up to be hated even more than usual due to a “miserable” tax filing season, the agency’s commissioner warned. That’s because of a lack of funding from Congress combined with increased responsibilities.

06.11.2014 20:54

€9bn wasted: EU fails own budget audit after misspending ‘errors’
The European Court of Auditors has estimated has approximated that misallocated funds made up 4.7 percent of the EU budget last year, meaning that the organization has failed to comply with its own spending criteria for the 19th year running.

05.11.2014 15:34

‘Republicans and Democrats – two branches of the one party’
There will be no significant change in the US Congress after mid-term elections as the two predominant parties both serve the interests of big corporations and work together against the interests of the Americans, political analyst Eric Draitser told RT.

05.11.2014 09:08