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US-Russia Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty lapsing: Cui bono?
The US has accused Moscow of violating a 1987 INF Treaty banning short and medium range ballistic and cruise missiles. Experts speculate whether Washington is nudging Moscow to pull out of a treaty to create a new ‘nuke bogey’ and offer aegis to the EU.

30.07.2014 09:19

Russia wants Apple, SAP to share source codes to combat spying
Russia has suggested that IT-giants Apple and SAP disclose their source codes to Russian state specialists in order to clear up information security issues after the chain of spy scandals undermined trust in foreign products.

30.07.2014 17:45

Russia: US claims on nuclear missiles treaty unfounded, we have questions too
Moscow has slammed Washington’s allegations that Russia breached the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, calling the claims unsubstantiated. It added Russia also has complaints about the US’s fulfillment of their obligations under the treaty.

30.07.2014 17:40

‘Situation atrocious’: Russian Red Cross says E. Ukraine faces humanitarian catastrophe
The Russian Red Cross is not alone in its efforts. Russian Human Rights Commissioner Ella Pamfilova has been trying to achieve the same goal.

30.07.2014 09:42

Financial sanctions against Russia ‘are quite potent’
​The immediate impact on the Russian economy is not going to be crippling, but sanctions will work in the long run starving Russian banks and companies of funding over the next few years, Wolfgang Munchau, director Eurointelligence news blog, told RT.

30.07.2014 14:54

‘Ongoing accusations against Russia show US plunging back to its policies of 90s'
Current US policy is a reminder of the 90s - not to negotiate with Russia, but to expand its territory towards the East and promote NATO, Willy Wimmer, the former State Secretary of the German Ministry of Defense, told RT.

30.07.2014 13:19

EU sanctions: Moscow disappointed by EU’s inability to act independently of US
Moscow is disappointed by the EU’s inability to act independently from Washington’s dictation in the international arena, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in response to the new package of sanctions.

30.07.2014 14:21

Kiev government, Right Sector play ‘good cop, bad cop’
The Ukrainian government depends on the Right Sector and needs it to do things that the government would not like to be seen doing themselves, such as blockading petrol stations, UK journalist Neil Clark told RT.

30.07.2014 13:30

‘Fighting in Ukraine is all about oil and gas’
For America, democracy is a state that sells its mineral rights and agricultural land to US investors, otherwise, it imposes sanctions, and that's what the US wants from Ukraine, professor of economics at the University of Missouri Michael Hudson told RT.

30.07.2014 12:55

Communist MP wants to ban servicemen from posting photos, videos on internet
State Duma Deputy Vadim Solovyov wants to amend the law on military service banning servicemen from posting photos and videos from their units or exercises, saying this could hurt the nation’s defense and lead to provocations by foreign media.

30.07.2014 12:38

Far East reporters propose Gold Star award for President Putin
A group of journalists have lodged an official proposal to award Vladimir Putin with the honorary title Hero of Russia for his uncompromising defense of the national interest and support of ethnic Russians as well as for supporting the freedom of speech.

30.07.2014 07:24

Plane sinks in melting asphalt at Moscow airport
A passenger aircraft got stuck at Domodedovo airport for over 4 hours after its landing gear sank in melting asphalt of one of the taxiways due to a strong heat wave that hit Moscow.

30.07.2014 03:03

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