A live interview with former Vice-President Dick Cheney and his family was marred by protesters accusing him of war crimes and torture. One protester tried to ‘arrest’ the politician, but was taken away, as live video of the event went black.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has given a major interview to French media on pressing international issues – Ukraine, Crimea, US relations and Russia’s future policies – on the eve of attending the 70th anniversary D-Day celebrations in France.
President Vladimir Putin has praised all those who took part, attended and organized the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. The far-reaching 17-day event "opened the door not only to Russia, but also to the Russian soul, to the hearts of our people," he said.
CNN has made significant cuts to its interview with the Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, most notably his comments on the number of people that actually support Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Snowden’s actions are sincere, Apple co-founder and computer engineer Steve Wozniak told RT’s Oksana Boyko, adding that he himself hopes to have the courage to make an equivalent sacrifice if needed out of love for his country.
The deal on placing Syrian chemical weapons under international control is where diplomacy can succeed, a strike would be the worst option according to Haaretz correspondent Gideon Levy. He told RT this should become an example for dealing with Iran.
It’s almost like an arms race right now in the US between the spies and the ordinary people, who just want to be private and pay their taxes and do their jobs, Chris Kitze, founder of Unseen encrypted secure server, told RT.
Ahead of the G20 summit in St. Petersburg, Russian President Vladimir Putin sat down for an interview with AP and Channel 1. Among many issues, the leader spoke about Snowden, Syria, and Russia’s controversial gay propaganda law.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has spoken at length with RT about the world’s burning issues, including war-torn Syria, Iran, US surveillance and terrorism. He exclusively answered questions from RT journalists while paying a visit to the channel.
Big Brother is a minor problem for those who want privacy compared to “little brother”, A.J. Jacobs tells RT. Esquire’s editor-at-large is in the midst of one of his experiments, filming everything around him 24/7.
His reputation precedes him: The long-time Belarusian leader Aleksandr Lukashenko has been often referred to in the Western media as ‘Europe’s last dictator’. But he insists he doesn’t have the means to be one as RT sits down with the President.