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Orthodox Jewish sect bans women from driving
UK leaders of an orthodox Jewish sect have banned women in their community from driving, saying the presence of female drivers contradicted the “traditional rules of modesty.”

28.05.2015 08:30

‘Shaker Aamer lost 13 years in Guantanamo Bay!’ British MPs lobby US for his release
All political parties in the UK – regardless of their opinion on other matters – believe that Shaker Aamer, who has languished in Guantanamo Bay for 13 years, must be released, Jeremy Corbyn, British Labour MP, told RT.

27.05.2015 11:09

Chicken or Egg? Brexit & the End of the EU
Britain is demanding reform and the EU risks its own demise if it doesn’t listen.

26.05.2015 14:43

‘Greek government’s responsibility for debt crisis approximately zero’
After inheriting years of poor economic performance, Greece’s new Syriza government can’t be blamed for being unable to pay June installments to the IMF, James Galbraith, economist and professor from the University of Texas, told RT’s In the Now show.

26.05.2015 09:57

​Afghan envoy held secret peace talks with Taliban in China – report
An Afghan peace envoy reportedly held secret talks with former Taliban officials in China last week in an effort to bring the insurgency to the negotiating table. The meeting was facilitated by Pakistan's intelligence agency.

25.05.2015 14:09

‘US air campaign against ISIS creating more jihadists’
As Islamic State forces make dramatic advances in both Iraq and Syria, the US Defense Department is making a scapegoat of Iraqi forces, which has been criticized for lacking the will to fight the jihadists, security analyst Ivan Eland told RT.

25.05.2015 07:57

​Iraq Diary, Day 6: 'Iraq must tilt to Russia & China'
On Friday, we meet with Muafak Ruba'i, Iraq's former national security adviser, at his home on the River Tigris.

24.05.2015 12:31

Iraq Diary, Day 5: Economic challenges
​Thursday is the quietest day yet of my trip here.

24.05.2015 12:27

Iraq Diary, Day 4: Meeting one of Iraq’s most powerful men
On Wednesday, we got a better understanding of Ayatollah Sistani’s role in the formation of Hashd Shaabi, met a leader of an anti-IS (Islamic State, formerly ISIS/ISIL) Sunni group of fighters, and interviewed one of most powerful men in Iraq.

21.05.2015 16:23

Clashes, tires on fire outside Ukrainian parliament in Kiev
Clashes are reported in central Kiev where crowds of protesters are rallying against the economic crisis and the soaring cost of private loans. Local media say several people have tried to break into the Ukrainian parliament.

21.05.2015 15:33

EU not sure where Ukrainian ‘Frankenstein monster’ will lead it
Wiser heads seem to be prevailing in the European Union, where many observers fear the West may have overplayed its hand against Russia, UK-based journalist Neil Clark told RT.

21.05.2015 14:14

Three years of confronting Western propaganda
After my two days marathon discussion with Noam Chomsky, (at MIT in 2012), a bestselling book was born. Later this year a film will hit the cinemas.

21.05.2015 12:57