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Europe's biggest rally ever? Up to 2 million Catalans march for independence
Hundreds of thousands of Catalans have flooded the streets of Barcelona in the region’s national day to demand the right to vote on independence from Spain. The demonstrators have formed a big V in red and yellow, symbolizing “vote.”

11.09.2014 10:54

Thousands across Europe rally against EU policies (VIDEOS)
Thousands of activists took to the streets of Germany and Spain on Saturday to protest the EU’s policies as the union prepares for parliamentary elections at the end of May.

18.05.2014 00:42

Girlfriend or Mars? RT interviews Mars One hopefuls
As the ambitious crowd-funded project Mars One narrowed down the candidates for the first Mars colonization to just 705, RT asked two possible trailblazers, one from Quebec and one from Moscow, why they are so determined to take a one-way space ticket.

11.05.2014 11:58

Putin calls for end to Kiev’s military op, postponing referendum in E. Ukraine
Ukrainian right-wing groups are behind the recent events in the country, Russian President Vladimir Putin said, adding that Kiev has not disarmed them. He also called on anti-Kiev protesters to postpone a May 11 federalization referendum.

07.05.2014 13:19

'Russians, Americans alike disappointed by NASA’s decision to halt cooperation in space'
If political conflict on the ground between the US and Russia stretches into outer space cooperation it could put lives at risk as well as scientific progress that's been a result of friendly relations, a former director of Johnson Space Center told RT.

04.04.2014 02:17

Yanukovich sent letter to Putin asking for Russian military presence in Ukraine
Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin says ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has sent a letter to Putin asking him to use military force in Ukraine to restore law and order.

03.03.2014 21:24

‘I’m not leaving’: Yanukovich accuses opposition of coup d’etat, calls on EU to fulfill obligations
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has called the latest developments in the country a coup d’etat, denying speculations of his resignation. He also accused international mediators of not fulfilling their obligations.

22.02.2014 14:55

Ukraine's Southeast seeks to restore constitutional order, thousands gather in Kharkov
The public gathering of deputies from local councils of southeastern Ukraine have declared they are taking responsibility for constitutional order in the country, as thousands of people have assembled in the city of Kharkov.

22.02.2014 11:15

'F**k the EU': Snr US State Dept. official caught in alleged phone chat on Ukraine
A senior US State Department official has allegedly been caught giving an unexpected message to the EU while discussing Ukrainian opposition leaders’ roles in the country’s future government. The phone call was taped and posted on YouTube.

06.02.2014 19:59

Lavrov says ‘no talks with Islamist militants in Syria’
Amid the Geneva 2 peace conference, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated that no talks will take place with terrorists in Syria. Meanwhile, UN mediator Lakhdar Brahimi hopes aid will enter the besieged city of Homs on Monday.

26.01.2014 17:28

Geneva 2: UN retracts Iran's invite, Syrian opposition confirms attendance
The UN has withdrawn an invitation for Iran to the January 22 Geneva 2 peace conference after Syria’s main Western-backed opposition group threatened to pull out of talks if the Islamic Republic attends.

20.01.2014 20:45

​‘We should have asked Father Frost for life’: Volgograd in grief after terrorist attacks
The city of Volgograd is trying to cope with fear and tension following twin blasts that so far have claimed the lives of 34 people. To enhance security for New Year’s celebrations, nationwide counter-terrorism measures have been taken.

31.12.2013 03:38

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