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Court-martial trial for Bradley Manning over WikiLeaks starts Monday
The United States Army private responsible for the biggest intelligence leak in US history finally begins trial in a military court on Monday, after more than three years of pretrial detainment.

02.06.2013 17:15

Spilt coffee and sleepless nights: Cosmonaut details ISS life as new mission begins
The Russian Soyuz TMA-09M crew has safely arrived at the ISS to join three others already on-board. Earlier, RT got the scoop on life in zero gravity from Commander Fyodor Yurchikhin.

28.05.2013 16:40

‘They don’t want to integrate’: Fifth night of youth rioting rocks Stockholm
Youth gang riots in the Swedish capital Stockholm have entered fifth straight night. Hundreds of mostly immigrant teenagers tore through the suburbs, smashing windows and burning cars in the country’s worst outbreak of violence in years.

23.05.2013 08:13

Iraq in ruins: Post-war life overshadowed by crumbling infrastructure, corruption, poverty
Despite Iraq being rich in natural resources and the US pouring money into its economy for over a decade, Iraqi infrastructure is constantly failing and the people are forced to beg, as RT’s Lucy Kafanov reported from the war-torn country.

17.05.2013 08:31

UK record labels launch unprecedented anti-Torrent campaign
The third and biggest wave of sanctions aimed against Torrent and music file-sharing websites is sweeping the internet, with 25 online addresses set to be blocked by the British Recorded Music Industry trade body.

16.05.2013 11:42

Hunger games: Critical health fears as Gitmo strike marks Day 100
Five critical, 30 force-fed, 102 to 130 taking part – data that makes for grim reading as the Guantanamo hunger strike enters its 100th day. More information on their ill health has been made public as detainees’ lawyers speak out.

14.05.2013 16:35

International community pledges €3.25bn to rebuild Mali as conflict rages on
International donors have pledged €3.25bn to rebuild Mali as fighting against Islamist militants continues in the north. France intervened in Mali in January and has 1,000 troops there, raising fears of a drawn-out battle against insurgency.

15.05.2013 04:43

Greek govt threatens to arrest teachers over strike
Athens has threatened to arrest high school teachers if they carry out a strike this week, in a move seen as reassurance to Greece’s foreign bailout creditors that the country will not abandon its harsh austerity measures and unpopular reforms.

13.05.2013 08:39

Turkey and Syria: From friends to foes
As Turkey and Syria trade blame for the twin bombings that killed 46 people in a Turkish border town, RT’s Maria Finoshina travels to the Turkey-Syria border to investigate how the former allies have become bitter enemies.

13.05.2013 05:07

Russia open to talks with all Syrian opposition members – Lavrov
In an effort to broker a peaceful solution to the Syrian conflict, Moscow says unlike the West it’s committed to negotiating with all sides. Russia strongly opposes arming the rebels, with the foreign minister calling for ‘direct talks’.

04.05.2013 08:03

‘FBI incompetent to ignore Russia's warning over Chechen brothers’
Russia flagged up the suspects of the Boston bombing back in 2011, but US authorities did not take the threat seriously due to their ‘incompetence’ and ‘have something to answer for’, journalist Assed Baig told RT.

22.04.2013 17:48

German ‘anti-euro’ political party calls for ‘orderly dissolution’
A new political party has been formed in Germany with the sole aim to get the country out of the Euro amid the rising economic burden that Germans share to keep the currency afloat in wake of the ongoing financial crisis in the bloc.

15.04.2013 03:38

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