The divisions between Palestinians and Israelis are probably nowhere as evident as in one house in the city of Hebron. Two families live in it, separated by a brick wall, their lives as apart as those of their two nations, RT’s Paula Slier reported.
A day after the UN slammed Israel for failure to “revise its practice of airstrikes” against Palestinian civilians during Operation Protective Edge, Tel Aviv revoked slots at the civil rights groups which, it said, acted against the IDF in the UN.
Protesters in the center of Yerevan have rejected an offer to meet with the Armenian president, choosing to continue their mass sit-in against electricity price hikes. The rally erupted in clashes after the crowd marched on the presidential residence.
Far-right parties from France, Italy and the Netherlands claimed on Monday that they will create a new anti-EU group in the European Parliament. If it is formed, it will be the second Eurosceptic grouping in the parliament.
Montana’s Josh Hohm thought he had done a little baby moose a favor by reporting it to state wildlife officials after discovering it nearby its dead mother, but what he couldn’t anticipate was how the young animal would be “taken care of.”
OPEC has no direct impact on the oil market, and non-OPEC countries are becoming more influential, Russian Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak said at the 6th International Seminar of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in Vienna.
The latest OSCE mission report on the Ukrainian conflict has recorded a spike in violence, with monitors largely blaming Kiev. However, RT’s correspondent says the shooting pales in comparison to what locals went through before the Minsk deal.
The Russian president has repealed the ban prohibiting the delivery of S-300 missile air defense systems to Iran, according to the Kremlin's press service. The ban was introduced by former President Dmitry Medvedev in 2010.
Kiev troops have started the long-promised withdrawal of heavy weapons from eastern Ukraine, a step required by the fragile ceasefire agreement signed earlier this month. The rebels have been criticizing their opponents for stalling the disengagement.
The English graffiti artist has taken his politically charged message to the bombed-out neighborhoods of Gaza, where a series of murals amid a backdrop of devastation attempts to give voice to the desperation felt by Palestinians.