A new flotilla with humanitarian aid on board is going to help people in Gaza; the mission is beyond political polarization and in full compliance with international law, Osama Qashoo, member of the first flotilla to Gaza, told RT’s In The Now.
The most famous Palestinian village gained its notoriety 67 years ago. In one day, up to 254 of its residents were killed. Deir Yassin no longer exists – it’s literally been wiped off the map. The Israelis built one of their settlements here.
It was not the traffic jams in Moscow, nor the police reinforcements, and not even the nightly roar of hundreds of tanks running down my street towards Red Square to rehearse for the parade - it’s the media, who made me sick. And here’s why.
Cuyahoga County Sheriff Clifford Pinkney said his department has not yet finished interviewing people in the November officer-involved shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland, Ohio, and asked for more time to complete the investigation.
A Kentucky 'off the grid' family is trying to get back their 10 children, seized by the authorities last week. Critics are calling the living conditions on the family farm “unsafe,” but friends say the parents were targeted because of their lifestyle.
An American family flying with United Airlines from Houston to Portland were forced off the plane after an emergency landing because the pilot wasn’t “comfortable” with an autistic child on board. The shocked family is filing a lawsuit.