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RT stringer among 4 people taken hostage in besieged Ukraine’s Donetsk – report
RT contributor Graham Phillips is among four people taken hostage by Ukrainian troops, ANNA news agency reports. He has been missing since he went to Donetsk airport with other freelance journalists who were reporting on firefights on Tuesday.

23.07.2014 09:23

Bogus photos of ‘Russian’ air-defense systems in Ukraine debunked by bloggers
Ukraine continues to concoct ‘evidence’ a Russian air defense system brought down Flight MH17. Ukraine’s secret service published as ‘proof’ month–old photos of a Ukrainian BUK-M missile system, claiming it is Russian.

23.07.2014 05:21

#OpSaveGaza: Anonymous pledges more cyber-breaches over Israeli attacks
The Anonymous hacker group urged hackers to renew attacks on Israeli-based internet resources on Friday – after earlier breaches of the Defense Ministry website, Tel Aviv police, and leaks of log-in details allegedly belonging to government officials.

23.07.2014 07:23

Bubonic plague case triggers lockdown of Chinese city
The 30,000 residents of Yumen in China have been cut off from the rest of the country to prevent the potential spread of bubonic plague. Lockdown was declared in the city after a man died of the disease and 151 people have been put in quarantine.

23.07.2014 05:13

Old technology in NSA age: Typewriter sales surge in Germany
​An increasing number of businesses are opting out of staying virtually connected and are reverting back to old technologies to avoid being spied on. The move has led to a surge in typewriter sales in Germany.

23.07.2014 03:37

US Navy’s troubled Littoral Combat Ship program could face the axe
Despite moving forward with the construction of 20 Littoral Combat Ships, the Navy is considering major changes to the beleaguered program – and one that may potentially involve replacing it entirely.

22.07.2014 23:53

'We will react to NATO build-up!' Key Putin quotes from defense policy address
Moscow will respond to NATO’s expansion towards Russia’s borders, President Vladimir Putin said at the emergency Security Council meeting in Moscow. Here are his key quotes on Russia’s defense, Western sanctions, and violence in eastern Ukraine.

22.07.2014 18:25

UK journalists could be labeled 'terrorists' for attempting to uphold public interest
British journalists who publish politically motivated content could be labeled terrorists if UK authorities deem the material to be a threat to public safety, according to Britain’s counter-terrorism watchdog.

22.07.2014 15:29

​UK internet firms to adopt new 'anti-piracy' strategy
The UK's biggest internet providers are to change tactics to curb users downloading illegal and copyrighted content.

22.07.2014 16:03

US coy on Malaysian plane evidence, points to social media and 'common sense'
Evidence from social media and “common sense” indicate Ukrainian militia shot down the Malaysian Airlines plane, the State Department says. The US also cites its own intelligence which it has refrained from revealing to the public.

22.07.2014 09:32

Expert access to MH17 crash site 'fairly good' - OSCE mission
A spokesman for the OSCE mission monitoring the Malaysian Boeing 777 crash site told RT that international experts had problems getting to it safely through the warzone, but that their access to the site itself has been fairly well organized.

22.07.2014 07:19

Green light to Alexander Litvinenko death public inquiry
A public inquiry has been ordered into the death of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko, who died in 2006 in a London hospital after he was poisoned with radioactive polonium.

22.07.2014 09:55

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