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‘No one at the top of food chain to be accountable for CIA torture’
Both the UK and US governments are implicated in concealing torture by their intelligence services and it’s highly unlikely any top official will be held responsible, as the UN and ICC are part of Western power, anti-war activist Mike Raddie told RT.

10.12.2014 09:38

‘Amnesty are victims of Hamas propaganda’ – Israeli FM spokesman
Israel assumes that Amnesty International has fallen into a trap of the radical Palestinian organization Hamas, the deputy spokesman for Israel's Foreign Affairs Ministry, Alon Melchior, told RT, rejecting the rights group’s report on Gaza bombings.

10.12.2014 04:15

Feds say cleaning up most contaminated nuclear weapons site in US is too costly
The United States government recently argued in court filings that the state of Washington’s request of $18 billion over 14 years to address the nation’s most polluted nuclear weapons production site should be rejected based on expense.

09.12.2014 17:50

British rock guitarist jailed in US after joining Anonymous hack attack
British rock scene old-timer Geoffrey “Jake” Commander, who has played for the likes of Elton John and ELO, has been sentenced to ten days in a US jail after taking part in a mass online hack with protest group Anonymous.

09.12.2014 15:39

Too busy: Blair tries to dodge IRA inquiry
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair claims his commitments as Middle East Envoy make an appearance at the inquiry into controversial Irish Republican Army (IRA) ‘comfort letters’, “challenging.” The letters were distributed under his premiership.

09.12.2014 13:42

UK complicit? US Senate report reveals CIA torture and deception of Congress
Following the release of a long-awaited report examining the CIA’s use of torture post 9/11, Britain’s previously undisclosed role in the controversial rendition program is somewhat clearer.

09.12.2014 09:34

Palestine officially granted ICC observer status
The International Criminal Court has officially granted Palestinians observer status at a meeting of the 122 member countries. This is a pivotal step on the way to Mahmoud Abbas’s strategy to press war crimes charges against Israel.

09.12.2014 08:19

Supreme Court rejects BP appeal over oil spill payments
The US Supreme Court has rejected hearing a BP appeal challenging its own multi-billion dollar settlement over a Gulf of Mexico oil spill four years ago. BP claims there has been fraud in some settlements, plaintiffs praised the court’s decision.

09.12.2014 05:04

Rikers Island guard arrested in death over inmate who ‘baked to death’
A correctional guard at the Rikers Island prison has been arrested over the death of a homeless former Marine who was left inside a 101-degree jail cell earlier this year. The guard faces multiple counts of falsifying records and misconduct.

09.12.2014 00:19

US cops could be in firing line ‘if system doesn't change’
If American police officers keep pushing the limits of their powers and there are no changes in the police system, people who are strongly frustrated will take their anger out on the authorities, Erik Nation, an American pastor, told RT.

08.12.2014 18:08

‘A price that works for our country’: Osborne spurns warnings, backs further austerity
Chancellor George Osborne has reaffirmed his support for the government’s austerity policies, calling them a “price that works for our country.”

08.12.2014 16:00

​NFL players display solidarity with #ICantBreathe protests
Several NFL players eulogized Eric Garner’s last words, "I can't breathe," in their own fashion, drawing further attention to the recent spate of black men who have died at the hands of white police officers.

08.12.2014 12:26