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Lindsay France

Furious students burn Mexican govt. building in protest over police corruption
Hundreds of residents in a southern-Mexican city smashed up the state capital building in a furious protest over the continued lack of information about 43 local college students, believed to have been abducted by corrupt police.

14.10.2014 08:34

Sunni insurgents take over nuclear materials in northern Iraq
Iraq says “terrorist groups” have seized nuclear materials used for scientific research at a university in the country's north. Iraq's UN envoy has appealed for help to "stave off the threat of their use by terrorists in Iraq or abroad."

July 10, 2014 15:28

US involvement in Ukraine is like ‘Russia getting involved in Puerto Rico’
Though Republicans hold a majority of seats in the House of Representatives and Democrats hold a majority of seats in the Senate, a majority of Americans say that neither party represents them.

30.04.2014 20:29

Israel airstrike on Golan Heights leaves 1 dead, 7 wounded - Syrian army
Retaliatory air strikes carried out by Israel against Syrian army positions killed one person and injured seven, according to Syria's armed forces said. The strike came just hours after four IDF soldiers were wounded by a bomb attack in the Golan Heights.

19.03.2014 11:12

First day of Sochi Paralympics is GO: Russia grabs 12 medals
The Winter Paralympic Games have kicked off in Sochi, with 12 sets of medals at stake. The Russian team is currently topping the medal count, with 12 medals, 4 of them gold.

08.03.2014 09:46

#Neverstop: 2014 Paralympic Games kick off in Sochi (PHOTOS)
The Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympic Games have opened with a heartwarming ceremony, paving the way for a show of extreme skills, tough challenges, and unbreakable spirit.

07.03.2014 13:15

‘NSA has carte blanche to hack computers’
The NSA appears to be making its own decisions about how democratic governments should be operating, what policies they follow and in general doesn't trust them to do their jobs, Jim Killock, Executive Director of the Open Rights Group, told RT.

31.12.2013 07:09

US judge rules NSA phone surveillance program is legal
A United States federal judge said Friday that the National Security Agency’s controversial bulk phone data collection program doesn’t violate the law.

27.12.2013 16:43

Olympic touchdown! ISS crew and Sochi torch back on Earth
Three ISS crew members have safely returned back to Earth carrying the Olympic symbol after making history with the first ever torch handover in open space.

11.11.2013 01:33

Volgograd mourns victims of bus bombing, police look for organizers
Russian security forces are looking for the organizers of a deadly suicide bombing on a bus in Volgograd that killed six people and injured 37 on Monday.

22.10.2013 09:43

Time for alternative parties in Germany, not ‘lesser evil’
Around one-third of Germans did not show up to vote in the Parliamentary election, while a large number of those that did are not represented. According to journalist Manuel Ochsenreiter, Germans no longer wish to vote for the ‘lesser evil.’

23.09.2013 14:21

Merkel’s party wins German election with 41.5%, no absolute majority
Angela Merkel’s bloc (CDU-CSU) has won the German election with 41.5 percent of the votes. The conservatives beat their main rival, the Social Democrats (SPD), which received 25.7 percent of the votes, according to preliminary final results.

22.09.2013 16:05