Efforts on the part of residents of a rural town in Okinawa to block construction of a new US military base faced a major setback when the Japanese fisheries minister intervened on behalf of the new development.
For the first time in history, the Queen could face industrial action among disgruntled palace staff. Workers at one of the royal family’s most iconic residences, Windsor Castle, are preparing to ballot in a dispute over pay.
Rainy weather in Brussels did not stop tens of thousands of people from protesting against austerity measures introduced by the new Belgian government. Attendance estimates from police and organizers differed sixfold.
Bashing both Democrats and Republicans – who agree on 90 percent of key US issues – and giving a voice to independent journalists is the success recipe of RT America’s political comedy show Redacted Tonight, creator Lee Camp told Larry King’s Politicking.
A crowd of 15,000 people marched through downtown Melbourne to demand the Australian government close the immigrant processing centers in Nauru and Manus Island, following harsh criticism of human rights abuses by PM Tony Abbott’s government.
Millenials are not easily sold with news and ideas fed to people by corporations and the mainstream media, because they prefer hard questions being asked, Tyrel Ventura, a host of RT America’s new show Watching the Hawks, told Larry King’s Politicking.
British police restrained and arrested several protesters during the 'White Pride Worldwide Day' rally in central Manchester on Saturday, as clashes erupted between participants and rival demonstrators.
The western German city of Dortmund on Saturday saw a far-right march outnumbered by scores of anti-fascists. To prevent violent clashes between the groups, thousands of police officers were deployed from all over the country.
The North West Energy Task Force, a major lobby group created to make a business case for fracking in Lancashire, consists mainly of firms located outside the county, an investigation by Greenpeace has found.
Blowing up administrative buildings captured by rebels in eastern Ukraine one year ago could have saved thousands of lives in the military conflict that followed, Ukraine’s interior minister told a TV channel.