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‘Difficult, full of disagreements’: No breakthrough in Milan talks on Ukraine crisis
The talks on the Ukrainian crisis, where the presidents of Russia and Ukraine have met with their European counterparts, have resulted in “no breakthrough,” according to Chancellor Merkel, but were still labeled “positive” by most participants.

17.10.2014 08:39

Nicola Sturgeon takes the reigns of Scottish National Party
Coming after a failed referendum that could have seen Scotland achieve its independence, Deputy SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon will replace Alex Salmond next month as the head of the SNP to become Scotland’s first female first minister.

15.10.2014 12:31

​British hostage freed by militants in Libya
Following a string of hostages being beheaded by the Islamic State, a British teacher who was being held by militants in Libya has been released.

05.10.2014 11:45

'Unforgivable': Cameron vows justice for slain hostage Alan Henning
Prime Minister David Cameron says members of the so-called Islamic State (IS) responsible for the murder of British hostage Alan Henning "will be hunted down and face justice." The PM’s warning comes as militants threatened to murder a fifth hostage.

04.10.2014 08:33

Afghanistan visit: PM says Britain paid ‘very high price’ for stability
UK Prime Minister David Cameron made a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Friday to meet the new president, Ashraf Ghani. The PM acknowledged that Britain had paid a “very high price” to bring stability to the country.

03.10.2014 08:13

British PM David Cameron seeks to scrap Human Rights Act
Cameron’s human rights record isn't great. As Europe continues to slide to the right, and after significant UKIP gains in the European elections, Britain's PM has followed suit with a vow to scrap the Human Rights Act – something he has long advocated.

02.10.2014 15:44

David Cameron: ‘Non-Violence’ responsible for ISIS
As military action against ISIS continues, British Prime Minister David Cameron tells the UN General Assembly that “non-violent extremism” is responsible for the group’s existence.

01.10.2014 15:20

Full Monty: UK minister resigns after falling for journalist sexting sting op
UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservative party has accepted the resignation of Brooks Newmark, Minister for Civil Society, who was caught sending explicit photos of himself over social media networks.

28.09.2014 09:30

Iraq War 3.0: When will we ever learn?
As the British parliament votes for yet another catastrophic war in the Middle East, it feels like all of the lessons that were apparently never learned after the disastrous occupations of Iraq, and Afghanistan, are set to be repeated.

26.09.2014 14:27

‘No moderate forces in Syria to rely on’
The so-called “moderate” rebel forces in Syria that the US relies on aren’t that moderate, as many of them have ties with Al-Nusra. They are also weak, don’t have modern weapons and aren’t good at fighting, foreign affairs expert Max Abrahams told RT.

25.09.2014 09:59

​‘What’s left is us’: Final-day push before historic Scottish independence vote
Campaigners on both sides of Scotland's independence referendum are trying to sway over 4 million registered voters in a last-day push before the historic vote gets underway.

17.09.2014 09:23

‘IS could expand to Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey’
The Islamic State has the potential to affect the entire Levant, though only few states in the region are contributing to the effort to fight this threat, the CEO at Country Risk Solutions, Daniel Wagner told RT.

15.09.2014 11:29

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