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Advanced system to guard Russia from hi-tech surveillance, drone attacks
Russia’s Defense Ministry has received the top-notch anti-radar system Krasukha-4. The system is designed to guard against aircraft-based electronic surveillance - including that carried out by drones.

17.11.2013 13:58

Hollande backs Israel on Iran nuclear deal, pledges to keep 'demands and sanctions' in place
French President Francois Hollande assured Israel on Sunday that France will oppose the easing of sanctions on Iran until it is certain that Tehran has ended its pursuit of nuclear weapons.

17.11.2013 19:14

Tehran’s ‘right’ to enrich uranium need not be recognized by other nations – Iranian FM
In what could be a way around the main sticking point in negotiations between Tehran and the six world powers, Iran has stated that other nations need not recognize its right to enrich uranium. The statement was made by Iran's foreign minister.

17.11.2013 19:23

Pentagon head laments ‘too steep, too deep’ US budget cuts
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has sounded an alarm bell about the budget cuts he says threaten America's security and global military role. The cuts are set to amount to almost $1 trillion for the Department of Defense over a decade.

17.11.2013 12:30

Spy fears: CIA, Pentagon ‘work against’ Russia building GLONASS station in US
US intelligence and military are pressing the State Department not to license construction of monitor stations for Russia’s GLONASS navigation system on US territory, media reveals. The stations reportedly spark fears of spying opportunities.

17.11.2013 05:15

State of emergency declared in Libyan capital amid fresh violence
A 48-hour state of emergency was declared in the Libyan capital of Tripoli after fresh clashes erupted on Saturday. Vehicles full of fighters from Misrata headed to Tripoli from the eastern suburb of Tajura, according to media reports.

17.11.2013 02:59

Russian security forces kill self-confessed militant organizer of Volgograd suicide bombing
Russian security forces staked out the partner of the Volgograd suicide bomber, Naida Asiyalova, in the republic of Dagestan. He admitted to organizing the terror act and was killed in a fight after refusing to surrender, authorities said.

16.11.2013 10:23

US covertly offers $10-million bounty for data on Benghazi attackers
The US State Department has revealed it is offering a $10 million reward for any information on the attack at its diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya in 2012. It comes amid ongoing controversy and criticism surrounding the investigation of the attack.

16.11.2013 08:06

Muslim Brotherhood activists storm London university
Supporters of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood stormed a London university and gate-crashed a lecture. Security intervened to escort a guest speaker to safety away from protesters who chanted slogans against Egypt’s interim military leaders.

16.11.2013 05:33

TSA officer killed in LAX shooting bled for 33 minutes before receiving help
The Los Angeles Police Department has pledged to open an investigation into a claim that a TSA officer shot at LAX airport earlier this month lay on the ground bleeding for over half an hour as paramedics who could have helped stood by.

16.11.2013 00:37

Afghan drugs: A universal problem solvable by collective will only
Despite the efforts of the Afghan government and counter drug agencies, production of Afghani heroin is burgeoning, so nations must unite to beat that evil, UN officials told RT. Otherwise, when the ISAF withdraws in 2014, the problem will only grow.

15.11.2013 13:15

Stratfor hacker Jeremy Hammond sentenced to ten years in jail
Internet activist Jeremy Hammond who pleaded guilty to hacking servers of the private intelligence company Statfor and leaking its information to anti-secrecy site, WikiLeaks, was sentenced to ten years in jail on Friday, November 15.

15.11.2013 15:05