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‘End intimidation of journalists covering Scottish referendum’ – trade union leader
Journalists must be allowed to cover the Scottish referendum debate without fear of intimidation, a trade union leader has said. The remarks follow public outcry against the BBC’s alleged anti-independence “bias.”

16.09.2014 12:09

'Clear split: Scottish support “YES” campaign, UK media “NO” movement’
​The major broadcasters largely support the “NO” campaign when most of the Scottish population in social networks are favoring the “YES” movement, Professor John Robertson, from the University of the West of Scotland, told RT.

16.09.2014 12:16

Power play: UK leaders pledge further devolution if Scots vote ‘No’
Westminster party leaders have signed a joint pledge promising “extensive new powers” for the Scottish parliament if voters reject independence in Thursday’s referendum.

16.09.2014 08:29

​Governments spy on journalists with weaponized malware – WikiLeaks
Journalists and dissidents are under the microscope of intelligence agencies, Wikileaks revealed in its fourth SpyFiles series. A German software company that produces computer intrusion systems has supplied many secret agencies worldwide.

16.09.2014 05:17

Smartphone separation: Chinese city creates special sidewalk lane for cell phone users
The Chinese city of Chongqing has come up with a novel way to counter problems of “sidewalk rage” – by separating mobile users from other pedestrians. They have created a special lane to let them text and browse in peace.

15.09.2014 13:04

‘Stick your license fee up your a***!’ Pro-indy Scots denounce ‘liar’ BBC journo in protest
Pro-independence Scots rallied outside the BBC’s Glasgow headquarters on Sunday to protest the public broadcaster’s pro-union “bias” and demand the resignation of political editor Nick Robinson.

15.09.2014 10:56

Euronews faces ban on Russian broadcasting over alleged hate report
A ruling party MP demands that Euronews be stopped from broadcasting on Russian territory after a report from Ukraine on which local law enforcers used President Putin’s portraits as shooting targets.

15.09.2014 07:28

NATO members start supplying weapons to Kiev – Ukrainian Defense Minister
NATO member states have started supplying weapons to Ukraine, the country’s Defense Minister said on TV. His comments came a few days after a similar statement by a Ukrainian presidential aide sparked a diplomatic scandal and a rash of denials.

14.09.2014 10:55

​Exodus 10 (Scottish version)
London - Friday 19 September 2014, the morning after Scotland votes for independence from the UK.

14.09.2014 13:11

Lavrov: No haste in MH17 tragedy probe, despite media hype
The report on the Malaysian jet crash is very “calm” and doesn’t provide much information about the tragedy, said Russian FM Sergey Lavrov. He added that despite all the hype around the crash, the investigators do not seem to be in a hurry.

13.09.2014 09:52

BBC accused of anti-independence bias after editing out Salmond’s reply to ‘bank exodus’ question
The BBC faces accusations of anti-independence bias after its political editor, Nick Robinson, produced a report that wrongly claimed Alex Salmond had ignored his question during a heated press conference.

12.09.2014 13:15

Putting the bankster foxes in charge of the BBC henhouse
What a rare moment of razor-sharp clarity this week as a spotlight was shone deep into the rotten heart of Westminster, Whitehall and the City of London.

12.09.2014 13:13

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