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Karen Tararache

Car bomb in Syria kills at least 50 soldiers – activists
At least 50 soldiers and pro-government militiamen have been killed in a massive suicide car bombing, in the central province of Hama in Syria, activists allege. Two separate attacks in Damascus reportedly killed several civilians, injuring many.

05.11.2012 17:11

'Death and destruction in Bani Walid' as media silent
The Libyan city of Bani Walid is reported to be under heavy attack from pro-government forces and militias. Witnesses say that more civilians are being killed by shelling, while houses are engulfed in flames.

26.10.2012 00:34

New ISS crew successfully lifts off (VIDEO)
A Soyuz space rocket has successfully launched a Russian-US crew to the International Space Station (ISS). The spacecraft is expected to dock with the station in two days.

23.10.2012 12:26

A year on from Gaddafi’s death: Govt forces pummel Bani Walid
The Libyan army is continuing its assault of the anti-regime stronghold of Bani Walid for the second day. A year after the killing of Colonel Gaddafi the Libyan government seeks to crush the remnants of his loyalist followers entrenched in the town.

19.10.2012 19:34

Going solo: Scots gather for independence march and rally (PHOTOS)
Thousands of supporters of Scottish independence have taken part in a pro-independence rally in the center of Edinburgh. People flocked to the capital from across Scotland for the rally.

22.09.2012 12:14

Twenty killed, about 200 injured as Pakistanis clash over anti-Islam film (PHOTOS)
Twenty people have been killed and another 200 injured on Friday after tens of thousands of demonstrators hit the streets to protest against an anti-Islam film. Police fired teargas and live ammunition to disperse rioters.

21.09.2012 08:41

‘US policies real fire fuelling Muslim anger at Anti-Islam film’
An aggressive US foreign policy coupled with Islamophobic American attitudes is the reason for the fiery global backlash to a recent anti-Islam film, Middle East expert Lawrence Davidson explained to RT.

20.09.2012 04:19

Berezovsky loses $5.6bn High Court case against Abramovich
A UK court has struck down a $5.6 billion lawsuit filed against Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich by his former partner Boris Berezovsky. The case recalls the 1990s disputes over Russia’s natural resources.

31.08.2012 09:39

Greece doesn’t need extra money, but more time for cuts - PM
Athens does not want more money from creditors, but more time to implement tough spending cuts and reforms, Greece's Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said ahead of visit to Germany.

22.08.2012 11:08

Journalists at risk: Who profits from reporter killings in Syria?
Attacks on journalists have intensified in Syria. RT's Tessa Arcillia talked to friends and colleagues of the killed French journalist Gilles Jacquier, who say reporters' deaths play to the benefit of the Syrian opposition.

15.08.2012 17:45

Economic ruin further threatens stability of war-torn Syria
The dust is slowly settling in the Damascus, where Syrian govt troops have repelled rebel forces. Authorities are now encountering spasms of social unrest, as residents try to reassemble the pieces of their broken lives.

31.07.2012 07:36

London’s Olympic winners: Corporates squeeze out local interests
After seven years of preparation, the Olympics have finally arrived in London. But not everyone is filled with pride as the world’s best athletes make their mark in the British capital. Instead, many are choosing to avoid the Games at all costs.

27.07.2012 09:55