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Blackwater founder: We could have fought ISIS if Obama hadn't 'crushed my old business'
​Founder of the controversial private security contractor Blackwater claimed Friday that the organization could have successfully combated militant group Islamic State if the Obama administration had not “crushed my old business.”

22.09.2014 15:38

Pro-independence Scots launch new ‘45%’ campaign
Thousands of pro-independence activists, determined to continue their fight for Scottish statehood, have launched a new campaign called ‘the 45 percent’, despite losing Thursday’s referendum.

22.09.2014 10:09

​Enemy or victim? Syria and West in ISIS era
Terror is the product of terror and the cycle of terror that has engulfed Libya, Syria, and now Iraq could have been averted if but for the lack of statesmanship in Washington.

20.09.2014 16:32

What does the US gain from paying for Europe’s Security?
Despite the fact that Europe is a very rich continent - the EU’s total GDP is higher than the US - Americans are bankrolling its security.

20.09.2014 14:56

Inspired by Scotland: Quarter of Americans want their states to secede from US
Scotland may not have followed in Sir William Wallace’s footsteps to free itself from its English bonds, but that hasn’t stopped nearly a quarter of Americans from a little bravehearted hope of their states seceding from the US.

19.09.2014 16:11

Salmond resigns after losing Scottish independence referendum
Scotland’s First Minister and leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) is resigning from office after losing Thursday’s independence referendum.

19.09.2014 15:12

8 reasons why Scots voted ‘No’ to independence
Scottish citizens have voted to stay in the UK, with the ‘No’ camp securing 55 percent of votes against 45 percent for ‘Yes’. Support for independence energized huge swaths of the population. So why did the majority vote ‘No’?

19.09.2014 06:54

Buried Nazi gas chambers discovered by archaeologists in Poland
Archeologists have unearthed hidden Nazi gas chambers at the site of the Sobibor Nazi concentration camp in eastern Poland. An estimated 250,000 people were killed at the camp.

18.09.2014 17:09

‘Flemish independence: better to become good friends than stay together in a bad marriage’
An independent Flanders with Brussels as its capital will be best for the Flemish people who represent 60 percent of the Belgium population, and provide 80 percent of its economy, Flemish MP Tom van Grieken told RT.

18.09.2014 10:05

Blame neoliberalism, not Salmond, if the UK breaks up
If Scotland does decide to leave the UK, we can be sure that the Westminster elite and anti-Scottish media commentators will be ready to blame Alex Salmond, Scotland’s first minister, and his SNP party for the historic break-up.

17.09.2014 20:59

‘Anti-immigrant policies and Islamophobia push Muslims to join ISIS’
Islamophobia and the rise of right-wing parties push Muslims to the Islamic Caliphate where they could live unmolested and wouldn’t be marked for wearing the hijab or treated badly, Mia Bloom from the Center for Terrorism and Security Studies told RT.

16.09.2014 12:51

#Indyref: What impact will social media have on Scotland vote?
Less than two days before Scots hit the polls, social media has been a primary platform in shaping the merits of union vs. independence. With millions of posts, shares and related content flooding the web, Thursday’s vote may very well teeter on a tweet.

16.09.2014 12:53

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