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Scandal is not spying on governments, but on people – Stallman to RT
Freedom and democracy are said to be guarantees of human rights, but as the NSA spying scandal recently showed, that isn't always the case. RT’s Oksana Boyko is joined by the founder of the Free Software Foundation, Richard Stallman, to discuss the issue.

05.02.2014 18:24

RT finds out what Apple’s Wozniak thinks of the NSA leaks scandal [PREVIEW]
Snowden’s actions are sincere, Apple co-founder and computer engineer Steve Wozniak told RT’s Oksana Boyko, adding that he himself hopes to have the courage to make an equivalent sacrifice if needed out of love for his country.

12.10.2013 18:44

Saudi black op team behind Damascus chem weapons attack – diplomatic sources
The August chemical weapons attack in the Syrian capital’s suburbs was done by a Saudi Arabian black operations team, Russian diplomatic sources have told a Russian news agency.

04.10.2013 12:50

Gaddafi’s son appears in Libyan court, ICC calls for handover ignored
Colonel Gaddafi’s son has appeared in court in Libya’s Zintan, while on the same day he was expected at a pre-trial session in Tripoli - all amid ICC calls to hand the man over to the Hague.

19.09.2013 04:47

Syria rebels warn they will turn to Al-Qaeda if West fails them
The US spy chief has admitted Al-Qaeda might be behind recent suicide bombings in Syria. While rebels threaten they will have to make an alliance with jihadists if they don’t see more help from the West.

16.08.2012 11:51

‘America will have to pay the bill for eurozone crisis’
When America insists on international bailouts for the eurozone it simply wants to rescue the money of its own investors, Hans-Werner Sinn, the President of the IFO Institute for Economic Research in Munich told RT.

15.08.2012 13:05

Clashes erupt near UN observers’ hotel in Damascus – RT report
More clashes and street fighting are being reported in Syria’s capital. RT’s Oksana Boyko reports of “new intense clashes being heard” in Damascus “just outside the steps of the hotel UN observers are staying at.”

11.08.2012 12:45

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

Fighting in Aleppo intensifies amid conflicting reports
Fierce fighting continues in the Syrian city of Aleppo, where government troops and the rebel army have been battling for more than a week. Pro-Assad forces claims they have managed to recapture several areas, while rebels deny the reports.

30.07.2012 20:08

Syrian violence relocated: Aleppo turns into battlefield
Clashes continue in Syria’s largest city, Aleppo, after government troops regained control over most areas of the capital Damascus from the armed opposition.

26.07.2012 13:23

Iran threatens to ‘strike out’ at any intervention in Syria
President Bashar al-Assad’s regime has friends in the region poised “to strike out” in the event of an intervention into Syria, says a commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards. The warning was particularly sent to “hated” Arab countries.

24.07.2012 14:43

Ramadan deepens a gulf between Syrian rebels and regime  
In war-torn Syria, even Ramadan has become a new political front as the government and the rebels disagree over when the holy month starts. The sides have also not ceased fighting, with new reports about fresh clashes in Aleppo.

21.07.2012 18:00

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