Keep up with the news by installing RT’s extension for . Never miss a story with this clean and simple app that delivers the latest headlines to you.



40,000 Kenyans accuse Britain of abuse and torture in second Mau Mau law suit
Over 41,000 Kenyans have waged an attempt to sue the British government for compensation, alleging maltreatment and physical abuse during a Mau Mau uprising in the 1950s against UK colonial rule.

29.10.2014 13:08

N.Korea may invite UN rights investigator after Kim Jong-un prosecution threats
For the first time in a decade, North Korean diplomats met a UN human rights investigator to discuss his possible visit to the country ahead of a UN General Assembly session, that could potentially lead to a trial by the International Criminal Court.

29.10.2014 13:14

Saudi Arabia is shooting itself in the foot by executing Shiite cleric
The House of Saud’s plans to execute a revered Shiite cleric and protest leader reveal the extent to which the regime is vulnerable and desperate to perpetuate itself. Going ahead with the execution would be strategic miscalculation.

29.10.2014 12:33

Gazprom Neft to challenge EU sanctions in court
Gazprom Neft, the oil subsidiary of Russian state gas company Gazprom, has filed a claim with the EU Court of Justice, the EU's highest court, to review the economic sanctions against it introduced in September.

29.10.2014 12:37

​Assange’s ‘day in court’ may come in Ecuador’s London embassy
The British government has invited Sweden’s chief prosecutor to question Julian Assange, prior to a court hearing in Sweden, on whether to withdraw a warrant for his arrest on rape charges.

29.10.2014 12:26

FBI pretended to be Seattle newspaper in order to hack suspect’s computer
The editor of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Seattle Times newspaper says she’s “outraged” to learn only this week that the FBI made a mock-up of the publication’s website in 2007 in order to spread spyware onto the computer of a suspect.

28.10.2014 14:24

Suspected Boston Marathon bomber's friend found guilty of lying to federal investigators
A friend of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found guilty in federal court Tuesday of lying to investigators in a terrorism investigation.

28.10.2014 14:29

Police brutality can only be ended when officers face justice
Institutions paid for by the public must always be held to account, especially when we entrust public servants like the police with a responsibility to ensure that the most vulnerable in society are protected. Sadly, the opposite is often the case.

28.10.2014 12:52

Fair please! Bus driver’s sorry sex tiger-porn tale of hate, heart attack & vigilantism
A 51-year-old man suffered a heart attack, received threatening mail, and was subject to a hate campaign after he was falsely accused of owning a film of a woman having sex with a tiger.

28.10.2014 11:21

Swedish prosecutors keep up arrest warrant against Assange
The chances that WikiLeaks’ co-founder Julian Assange might have had his legal battle with Sweden ended on Monday appear to have faded away, as the court is unwilling to drop the arrest warrant over sexual assault allegations.

28.10.2014 05:04

Nigeria sues Coca-Cola for half-filled cans
Coca-Cola Nigeria’s CEO could face up to five years jail time over failure to comply with orders to improve the company’s consumer protection standards.

28.10.2014 01:56

Arizona deputies shook down Latinos for cash: complaints
Already the target of a Justice Department investigation for racially profiling Latinos at traffic stops, new allegations are surfacing that Arizona’s Maricopa County deputies shook down dozens – maybe hundreds – of Hispanic residents for cash.

27.10.2014 20:11

Follow us

Follow us