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‘EU would do anything to keep Greece in union’
Brussels and Washington don’t want to lose Greece because of geopolitical and geostrategic aspects and will do anything to prevent that from happening, said geopolitical analyst Patrick Henningsen.

06.07.2015 08:06

‘No’ and ‘Yes’ bailout referendum rallies gather thousands in Athens
Two rival rallies took place in Athens on Friday. Police estimate that 25,000 came out to support the ‘No’ camp, which calls for the rejection of a new bailout deal with creditors in Sunday’s referendum, while 20,000 gathered to back the “Yes” vote.

03.07.2015 22:04

RT correspondent caught in Athens anarchist protest, teargassed
RT correspondent Ilya Petrenko was teargassed by police as he got caught in clashes between security forces and radical left Antarsya coalition supporters during a protest on the capital’s central Syntagma Square.

02.07.2015 17:52

​Britain approved £4mn Israel arms sales in the months after Gaza war
The UK government approved £4 million worth of arms sales to Israel in the immediate months following the Israeli government’s military bombardment of Gaza last summer, new research reveals.

02.07.2015 12:53

Taste of their own medicine: Syrian rebels execute ISIS terrorists, mimicking jihadists’ tactics
The Syrian opposition group, Jaysh al-Islam has executed 18 alleged Islamic State militants. A video emerged of the rebel organization imitating many of the jihadist group’s own execution recordings, including similar sound effects and visuals.

01.07.2015 12:06

Libya rendition, torture evidence should be heard in secret – UK govt
Westminster is pushing for evidence relating to Britain’s alleged complicity in Libya torture and rendition to be presented to a high court judge in secret. It concerns 12 men who are attempting to sue the British state.

01.07.2015 12:08

​'100 killed' in ISIS attacks on Egyptian checkpoints in Sinai
At least 100 Egyptians, including soldiers, were killed after an Islamic State affiliate launched simultaneous attacks on army checkpoints in the Sinai Peninsula, officials said. It comes two days after Egypt's top prosecutor was assassinated.

01.07.2015 10:09

​‘Stop profiting from war,’ Christian protesters tell Church of England
A coalition of Christian campaigners held a vigil outside the Church of England’s (CoE) administrative headquarters on Tuesday morning, calling on the Church to divest from the global arms trade and stop facilitating weapons dealers.

30.06.2015 16:02

Track fire closes Eurostar tunnel at Calais
Eurostar services have been suspended after striking workers in Calais allegedly started a fire on the tracks. It is not clear when they will re-open.

30.06.2015 12:26

​Counter-terror law forces prisons, councils, universities to tackle radicalization
Following the brutal killing of up to 30 British tourists in Tunisia last Friday, broad-ranging powers came into force to stop extremist radicalization within British universities, prisons, councils and public health trusts.

30.06.2015 12:39

​ISIS gains ground in Afghanistan, challenges Taliban dominance – report
Islamic State loyalists [IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL] have recently taken control over significant territory in Afghanistan, ousting the rival Taliban jihadist group there, Reuters reports, citing witnesses and officials.

29.06.2015 16:24

Hungarian police fire tear gas to 'pacify' overcrowded migrant camp
Police in the Hungarian town of Debrecen have used tear gas against unruly migrants in a local camp. The riot broke out as Hungary is overwhelmed by an influx of migrants it says it cannot contain.

29.06.2015 15:37