Abu Graib Anniversary Brussels Budget Cairo Cedar Revolution Cheating Chechnya CIA secret prisons CNN Corporate news Corruption Council on Civil Society and Human Rights Date Palm Revolution David Kramer day of wrath Defenders of the Khimki Forest Economy eduard limonov Egypt Europe Extravagance France freak shows Freedom House George W. Bush Guantanamo Guardian Harding Hate crimes Human rights Iran John McCain Kadyrov Khimki Forest Lenin Libya London Manezhnaya Square Mass media Middle East Mikheil Saakashvili military moscow NATO News OMON omonovtsy Orange Revolution Pentagon Politics President Medvedev Protest Protests Rasmussen revolutionary situation Russia Samovar sanctions Sarah Palin Strategy-31 Tahrir Square Terrorism The Mirror of the Russian Revolution Tulip Revolution Turkey tverskaya square UN United States USA Vladimit Il'ych Ulyanov-Lenin War warship Washington Post WikiLeaks
Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
- US rejects Iran's offer to cooperate against Islamic StateThe US has rejected a proposal from Iranian officials regarding cooperation between the two nations in fighting against the Islamic State (IS). Tehran was reportedly ready to join forces in exchange for Washington's flexibility on its nuclear program.
- A state within a state at an alarming rate: Assange says NSA just keeps on growingJulian Assange reminisced to RT’s Afshin Rattansi about a meeting he had with Google in 2011 and how the company is in bed with the State Department. He also mentioned that a state within a state is being developed within the USA.
- Protesters flood Wall StreetSeveral thousand activists, united under the “Flood Wall Street” banner, have hit the streets of New York City’s financial district, risking arrest for participating in an unauthorized gathering three years after the prominent Occupy Wall Street protest.
- NYC man dies after wrongfully spending 23 years in prisonA New York City man who served 23 years in prison for a crime he did not commit died unexpectedly over the weekend only three days before proceedings were slated to begin concerning his $124 million false imprisonment federal lawsuit.
- Flood Wall Street takes over NYC's business district (PHOTOS)Just one day after more than 300,000 people took part in the world’s largest climate-related protest, thousands of more rebellious activists risked arrest to shut down part of New York City’s financial district to demand action against global warming.
- Russia, South Africa sign $10 bn nuclear power dealRussia’s state-owned nuclear company Rosatom has signed a historic partnership agreement with South Africa to build a large-scale nuclear power plant in the African state and develop collaboration in other areas of nuclear industry.
- Lessons from Xi Jinping’s India VisitChinese President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to India (September 17-19) yielded quite positive results, but, sadly, left much more in the “not achieved” bracket with both New Delhi and Beijing to blame for squandering away the opportunity.
- Senior Afghan officers missing from Mass. training exercises found trying to cross into CanadaAfghan National Army soldiers training in Massachusetts went missing over the weekend were found trying to cross the border into Canada on Monday. The disappearance occurred just days after two Afghan policemen disappeared in Washington, DC.
- Modi warms up to Xi keeping ‘border’ as the key wordWhile economics and pragmatic foreign policy are the triggers, results of the meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minster Narendra Modi in India, are decided elsewhere - at the disputed Sino-Indian border.
- Joseph Gordon-Levitt slated to play Snowden in Oliver Stone filmActor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is reportedly slated to play National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden in an upcoming Oliver Stone-directed movie about last year’s unauthorized disclosure of secret NSA documents.
- An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.