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Amal Clooney, the British-Lebanese human rights lawyer and wife to Hollywood actor George Clooney, is under fire for her silence on Israeli aggression on Palestinian territories. The criticism arises from Clooney’s previous defense of Ukraine at the United Nations, and her advocacy for justice regarding war crimes committed in Europe, while maintaining an unusual “radio-silent […]
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Brussels has threatened to “name and shame” 13 Chinese companies unless Beijing goes along with the Western embargo Read Full Article at RT.com
US casts lone vote blocking UN Security Council resolution demanding a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war Read Full Article at RT.com
Samuel Paty was killed after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammed in a class debate about freedom of expression.
The reptile, measuring 49cm (19.2 inches), is reportedly one of only seven leucistic alligators in the world.
Guatemalan tribunal defends election results as 'unalterable', while critics blast prosecutors for attempting a 'coup'.
The group releases video it says shows the aftermath of a failed attempt to free a hostage held in Gaza.
After heated debate, the parliament of Bulgaria voted to send 100 armored vehicles to Kiev over President Rumen Radev’s objections Read Full Article at RT.com
A criminal indictment against Hunter Biden reveals that Ukraine’s Burisma cut his salary after Donald Trump took office as president Read Full Article at RT.com
The BBC speaks to one of the men seen being detained, who was later released.
The murder of history teacher Samuel Paty shocked France and fuelled contentious debates about freedom of expression.
Israeli air strikes have killed renowned Palestinian writer, poet, and professor Refaat Alareer and six family members.
Tucker Carlson responds to media report that he could become former US President Donald Trump’s 2024 running mate Read Full Article at RT.com
Family and friends paid tribute to the lead singer of The Pogues, at his funeral in County Tipperary.
Israel rejects the UN chief’s description of the war in Gaza as a “risk to international peace and security”.
UN officials have repeatedly warned of a looming humanitarian disaster in Gaza.
A 26-year-old with alleged mental illness was arrested for attempting to burn down the civil rights icon’s birth home Read Full Article at RT.com
Claudine Gay was under fire over her testimony in Congress which was described as “painfully inadequate”.
Thousands of people marched in several Arab countries in support for Palestinians, against the Israeli aggression.
Their bid is expected to face competition from other potential hosts such as Brazil and a trio of European nations.
A French court on Friday convicted six teenagers in connection with the 2020 beheading of history teacher Samuel Paty, whose murder shocked the country.
The Great Omari Mosque has been reduced to rubble, according to images released by the Palestinian group.
French prosecutors on Friday ordered far-right figurehead Marine Le Pen to stand trial over claims she used EU funds to finance party activities in France. The former presidential candidate will in March be joined by 26 other members of the National Rally (RN) party in the dock, all accused of setting up a system for […]
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The DREX project increases the digitalization of the financial services ecosystem.
Hamas accuses Israel of causing the damage to the medieval Omari mosque, Israel has not yet commented.
Remains of baby dinosaurs inside another dinosaur reveal what a young predator ate 75m years ago.
Climate campaigners welcome draft COP agreement that includes options for the phase out of fossil fuels.
Writer and literary scholar Refaat Alareer was killed in an air strike on Wednesday, his family say.
Russian and Belarusian athletes will be allowed to participate in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games as neutrals, the IOC confirms.
Pumping seawater into the tunnels under Gaza would amount to a “take no prisoners” war crime by Israel, a Russian envoy at the UN has said Read Full Article at RT.com
A University of Pennsylvania donor has withdrawn a $100 million gift, accusing the school of tolerating anti-Semitism Read Full Article at RT.com
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US deputy ambassador says an immediate ceasefire in Gaza would 'only plant the seeds for the next war'.
A record 12,000 migrants were apprehended along the US-Mexico border on Tuesday, Fox News has reported Read Full Article at RT.com
The Moroccan Treasury and External Finance Department (DTFE), under the Ministry of Economy and Finance, launched three cash surplus investment operations on Thursday for a total of MAD 13.95 billion. The first was a repo investment at a rate of 3.04 % for an amount of MAD 13 billion subscribed over seven days, DTFE pointed […]
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French prosecutors on Friday ordered far-right figurehead Marine Le Pen to stand trial over claims she used EU funds to finance party activities in France.
Tons of dead sardines and mackerel wash up on a beach in Japan, leaving experts pondering the cause.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince reportedly scrapped his trip to London days before Vladimir Putin’s visit to Riyadh Read Full Article at RT.com
Rwanda has facilities ready to host asylum seekers but some there are not sure it is a good idea.
The athletes had initially been banned from competing internationally following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Germans’ satisfaction with their government has plunged to depths not seen in 13 years Read Full Article at RT.com
In a special edition, Annette Young meets Dr Jane Goodall, viewed as the world’s foremost expert on chimpanzees, to talk about the “now or never moment” for the COP28 UAE climate talks; and how the battle to save the environment is inextricably entwined with the fight for equality.
Rick Scott says Chinese garlic grown in sewage is unsafe and poses a threat to national security.
The French actor is under renewed pressure as a programme shows him sexually demeaning women.
Thousands pay tribute in Dublin to the musician best known as the lead vocalist for The Pogues.
Police say bystanders stopped the arson attempt and “saved an important part of American history”.
The bus with 45 passengers was hit by armed men last week. Ten people died. Bibi Roshan survived multiple bullet wounds.
President-elect Milei will seek to align Latin America’s third largest economy with the US, Israel and ‘the free world’.
Olympic chiefs on Friday gave the green light to the participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes at next year’s Paris Games as neutrals, outside of team events and as long as they did not actively support the war on Ukraine.
Between 1952 and 1960 in Kenya, the Mau Mau rebels who rose up against British rule faced a brutal crackdown that killed thousands of them. Left out of the history books for decades, these independence heroes are now fighting for recognition before the last survivors die out. Our correspondents report.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban claims Europe’s agricultural system would be destroyed if Ukraine were allowed into the EU Read Full Article at RT.com
The US president’s tough talk is preparation to blame Republicans for “losing Ukraine” Read Full Article at RT.com
Marc Lamont Hill explores the economic and human rights impact incoming President Javier Milei will have on Argentina.
Saxony has designated the local Alternative for Germany branch as extremist, taking its cue from Thuringia and Sachsen-Anhalt Read Full Article at RT.com
Almadhoun was to fly to Ireland for his art, but has been stuck at Gaza’s Rafah border.
The US is making billions at the cost of Ukrainian lives, said Dmitry Peskov, commenting on Kiev’s security assistance being spent in the US Read Full Article at RT.com
Israel has told civilians to shelter in a “safe” zone, but people say it is not fit for people to stay in.
80,000 US troops are currently deployed in Europe, down from 100,000 last year, according to Joe Biden Read Full Article at RT.com
The 71-year-old is widely expected to win next March, and can then potentially stay in power until 2036.
Why did Hamas attack Israel, and what has happened in Gaza since the 7 October raid?
French President Emmanuel Macron felt compelled Friday to justify allowing a Jewish ritual at the Élysée Palace after critics accused him of failing to respect France’s secular traditions.
The reputation of the ICC could be completely destroyed if crimes against Palestine are not thoroughly investigated Read Full Article at RT.com
Opposition figures and analysts say Zimbabwe's political arena is being shaped to enforce a one-party state.
The march had initially been approved despite concerns over potential violence during the war on Gaza.
In this award-winning documentary, we follow the journey of Sarah to find out the painful truth about her family history. When she became a mother, the young Frenchwoman decided to break the silence that surrounded her family’s past. Her grandfather was a Harki who fought alongside the French army during the Algerian War. After Algerian independence in 1962, the whole family fled to France. But instead of being welcomed with open arms, the family, like many Harkis, were placed in an internment camp in south-western France. This is where Sarah begins her quest for the truth.
Ponomarev, once a liberal parliamentarian, likens himself to Charles de Gaulle. Does he really pose a threat to Putin?
Vladimir Putin on Friday moved to prolong his repressive and unyielding grip on Russia for at least another six years, announcing his candidacy in the presidential election next March that he is all but certain to win.
Marc Lamont Hill challenges former Israeli general, Yaakov Amidror, on civilian deaths and Israel’s military operations.
Maryam Moshiri, the chief presenter of the BBC News, apologized for showing the middle finger live on air on Wednesday. The anchor explained that she was engaging in playful banter with the team when she raised her middle finger just as the broadcast began. A video clip of Moshiri’s gesture gained wide attention on social […]
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This week Al Jazeera covers the impact of 'NewCo', surf therapy, and playing football in Robben Island prison.
Children, UN workers and a journalist are believed to be seen in the video.
Several rockets have reportedly landed near the Green Zone district in the Iraqi capital, which houses diplomatic and government buildings Read Full Article at RT.com
The renowned poet and academic was considered 'the voice of Gaza'.
Hamas slams treatment of about 100 detainees as act of revenge and crime against defenceless civilians.
French President Emmanuel Macron promised on Friday that the restoration of Paris’s Notre-Dame Cathedral, badly damaged by fire in 2019, would be completed in time for its planned reopening next December.
Support for a ceasefire has grown within the UN Security Council, but the US and UK might veto the proposal.
UNICEF has reported a 20% rise in child poverty rates in the UK between 2012 and 2021 Read Full Article at RT.com
Footage circulating online shows blindfolded men in their underwear being guarded by Israeli soldiers.
The EU chose Spain’s economy minister Nadia Calvino on Friday to lead the European Investment Bank, the bloc’s lending arm whose significance has grown since war broke out in Ukraine. “We’ve come to a conclusion and a consensus around the candidacy of Nadia Calvino as the next president of the EIB,” Belgian finance minister Vincent […]
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Norway’s military is practicing burying its soldiers, drawing lessons from the Ukraine conflict Read Full Article at RT.com
It is thought more than 100 Israelis are still being held hostage in Gaza after the 7 October attacks.
The president of the UN climate conference on Friday pressed nations to reach a deal as talks resumed after a break, voicing hope for a potentially historic deal. “Let’s please get this job done,” COP28 president Sultan Al Jaber said, insisting that the talks in Dubai had the potential to make a “paradigm shift” on […]
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Facing heavy criticism, the University of Pennsylvania’s president walked back some of her remarks given earlier this week at a congressional hearing on campus antisemitism, saying she should have gone further to condemn hate against Jewish students.
US President Joe Biden believes there are dozens of Democratic candidates capable of defeating Donald Trump in 2024 Read Full Article at RT.com
The Justice Department has filed new tax charges against Hunter Biden, saying he “spent millions of dollars on an extravagant lifestyle” Read Full Article at RT.com
White House is considering concessions to Republicans on border security to seal the deal on Ukraine aid, Reuters has reported Read Full Article at RT.com
Deputy US National Security Advisor Jon Finer has explained the White House plan for defeating Russia in Ukraine Read Full Article at RT.com
Denmark’s parliament on Thursday adopted a law criminalizing the “inappropriate treatment” of religious texts, effectively banning Quran burnings after a series of desecrations of Islam’s holy book sparked anger in Muslim countries over the summer. The bill, which prohibits “inappropriate treatment of writings with significant religious importance for a recognized religious community”, was passed with […]
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At least three rockets targeted the US embassy in Baghdad’s Green Zone at dawn on Friday, landing on the outskirts of the district housing government and diplomatic buildings, an Iraqi security official said.
A Ukrainian maritime shipping monitor claims to have detected a direct shipment of Russian petroleum products to Norfolk Read Full Article at RT.com
A senior White House spokesman has said Washington is doing more than “any other nation” to assist civilians in Gaza Read Full Article at RT.com
The suspect behind a mass shooting at a Nevada university sent a mysterious “white powder” to at least one person before the rampage Read Full Article at RT.com
DUBAI: Kawthar Ben Haniyeh’s portrait of a Tunisian mother and her four daughters living in a society wracked by extremism has won the inaugural Asharq Documentary Award.
The awards are named after Saudi Research and Media Group’s Arabic free-to-air channel Asharq Documentary. The winning entry was announced during this year’s Red Sea International Film Festival at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Jeddah.
“Four Daughters” uses interviews and reenactments to tell the story of Olfa Hamrouni and her daughters, the two eldest of whom were radicalized and went missing.
Volunteers used to drive sick Gazans to hospital. Hamas’s attack on 7 October changed everything.
Mr Biden allegedly spent a fortune on “various women”, “adult entertainment”, luxury hotels and cars.
JEDDAH: More than 1,000 local, Arab and international publishing houses are displaying their products at the fifth Jeddah Book Fair launched on Thursday by the Literature, Publishing and Translation Commission under the slogan “Ports of Culture.”
The event, being held at Jeddah Superdome until Dec. 16, includes seminars, panel discussions, poetry readings, and workshops on the publication of comics and Japanese manga.
The inaugural day commenced with the attendance of France’s Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Ludovic Pouille, who is leading a delegation from his country.
RIYADH: Al-Ettifaq manager Steven Gerrard said it was “extremely nice” to have Moussa Dembele back in Roshn Saudi League action after his No. 9 made a substitute return following knee surgery.
The former Fulham, Celtic, Atletico Madrid and Lyon striker played the final 20 minutes of the 0-0 draw at Al-Shabab on Thursday night. The game at the new Al-Shabab Club Stadium in Riyadh saw Ettifaq finish with 10 men following Demarai Gray’s red card, while the hosts ended with nine after Ever Banega and Gustavo Cuellar were both dismissed.
LONDON: The Committee to Protect Journalists has urged Israeli authorities to release Palestinian journalist Diaa Al-Kahlout, who was detained in northern Gaza on Dec. 7.
Al-Kahlout, the chief bureau correspondent for the Qatari-funded, London-based Arab newspaper Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, was detained along with family members.
CPJ’s Middle East and North Africa Program Coordinator, Sherif Mansour, expressed “deep concern” about the incident and called for Al-Kahlout’s immediate release.
The United States on Friday vetoed a UN Security Council resolution that would have called for an immediate ceasefire in the intense fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. The United States’ deputy representative at the UN, Robert Wood, said the resolution was “divorced from reality” and “would have not moved the needle forward on the ground.” Read our blog to see how the day’s events unfolded. All times are Paris time (GMT+1).
DUBAI: Funding for a joint effort by the US and the UAE to advance climate-friendly farming around the world has grown to more than $17 billion, the countries announced on Friday at the COP28 climate summit in Dubai, according to Reuters.
The Agriculture Innovation Mission for Climate was launched in 2021 at COP26 in Glasgow and its funding comes from governments, companies, and non-governmental organizations.
Globally, food and farming contribute about a third of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, according to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization.
PORT SAID, Egypt: Saudi Arabia’s third ship of aid for Gaza has arrived at Port Said in Egypt.
The goods will be distributed by the Kingdom’s aid organization, KSrelief, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Thursday.
The ship carries 300 large containers weighing 1,246 tons. This includes 200 containers with medical supplies, and 100 with food, long-life infant formula, and shelter materials.
A few days ago, two ships dispatched by KSrelief arrived at Port Said carrying similar cargo to help Palestinians affected by Israel’s bombardment.
DUBAI: Former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley claimed on Wednesday that spending time on social media app TikTok made people “17 percent more antisemitic, more pro-Hamas” every 30 minutes.
During the Republican presidential primary debate, Haley said: “We really do need to ban TikTok once and for all and let me tell you why.
“For every 30 minutes that someone watches TikTok every day they become 17 percent more antisemitic, more pro-Hamas based on doing that.”
BERLIN: Axel Springer is shutting down the news outlet Upday, the German publishing giant said on Friday, in plans to revive the brand as a “trend news generator” driven by artificial intelligence.
Upday will close by the end of the year in its current form, with the new service scheduled to launch in the summer of 2024.
A spokesperson said jobs at Upday are being eliminated during the transformation process, adding that the company would examine whether staff can continue to work elsewhere in the group.
The CCC faces by-elections after an “imposter” expels its MPs – to the delight of the ruling party.
Amid all the doom and gloom on climate change, there are some good reasons for cautious optimism.
BEIJING: The deputy head of the Saudi Human Rights Commission recently outlined the Kingdom’s achievements on human rights at an event in Beijing.
Speaking at an international symposium to mark the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Dr. Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al Al-Sheikh said Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 initiative had charted a clear course, delineating public policies and programs geared toward human rights and achieved rapid progress.
Hunter Biden was indicted on nine tax charges in California on Thursday as a special counsel investigation into the business dealings of the president’s son intensifies against the backdrop of the looming 2024 election.
The X host claimed to have confirmed a statement made by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin in a classified briefing for Congress Read Full Article at RT.com
The UK government and the United States on Thursday accused Russian security services of engaging in a sustained cyber-espionage campaign against top politicians, journalists and NGOs.
Given the deadlock in Congress, Washington is “not in a position” to promise Kiev any more money, spokesman John Kirby has said Read Full Article at RT.com
Pele’s former football club has been relegated for the first time in 111 years, resulting in riots across Santos.
US President Joe Biden is less popular than ever amid a spiraling economy, according to a recent CNN poll Read Full Article at RT.com
Starbucks Corp faces a challenging period marked by boycotts, staff strikes, and lackluster holiday promotions, resulting in an almost USD11 billion decline in market value, according to a Newsweek report. The company’s shares witnessed an 8.96% drop in shares over 19 days since the November 16 Red Cup Day promotion. The decline is attributed to […]
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Global players may decide that the organization is too Western dominated and look for a new arrangement in the 21st century Read Full Article at RT.com
Saudi Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz has died aged 62, reportedly in a plane crash Read Full Article at RT.com
Arch-foes Armenia and Azerbaijan said Thursday they would exchange prisoners of war and work towards normalising their relations, in a joint statement hailed by the EU as a “breakthrough”.
Omani Crown Prince Theyazin bin Haitham, who is visiting Moscow, has seconded Russian President Vladimir Putin’s call for a multipolar world Read Full Article at RT.com
Facebook and Instagram allow pedophiles to solicit children and sell child pornography, a new lawsuit alleges Read Full Article at RT.com
Amnesty and Human Rights Watch say a tank crew probably deliberately fired on Issam Abdallah.
Denmark’s parliament voted to criminalize the inappropriate treatment of any “significant” religious text Read Full Article at RT.com
Washington wants Kiev to produce ‘FrankenSAMs’ and other Western weapons domestically, as its military aid package appears stuck in Congress Read Full Article at RT.com
On the northern French coast, dozens of migrant teenagers are living in miserable conditions in the forest while waiting to try to cross the Channel in one of the small boats at the centre of a heated immigration row in Britain. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is under mounting pressure from his ruling Conservatives to […]
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Gadi Eisenkot’s son Gal, 25, died after a tunnel shaft exploded in northern Gaza, Israeli media say.
As hunger spreads, the UN says it can no longer run a dependable humanitarian operation.
Taylor Swift’s victory, and her mostly unimpressive competitors, is a PR disaster for the establishment Read Full Article at RT.com
Kate Cox says her foetus has a lethal abnormality that poses a risk to her health and future fertility.
Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is the front-runner in Egypt’s upcoming presidential election which will be held from December 10-12. Despite being marked by a widespread crackdown on dissent and a weak economic and security record, the former army chief’s ten-year rule may be extended until 2030. It’s an outcome that many believe is already written in stone.
Russian spies have hacked the communications of British politicians since 2015, a UK Home Office minister claimed on Thursday Read Full Article at RT.com
The Festival of Lights is marked around the world amid a difficult time for Jewish communities
As there is no evidence of his guilt, no one will get to collect the State Department reward, Artyom Uss has said Read Full Article at RT.com
Activists on Thursday petitioned a French court to change the name of a neighbourhood and street in the seaside resort town of Biarritz over its racist connotations.
In an interview with FRANCE 24, former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko (2014-2019) reacted to the US Senate withholding a major package of financial and military aid for Kyiv. Poroshenko warned that the coming days are among “the most important in Ukrainian history” and undoubtedly for the world. He called it “absolutely unacceptable” that Ukraine can be the “hostage” of other issues such as internal politics ahead of next year’s US presidential elections.
Madrid expelled two US embassy employees allegedly involved in recruiting Spanish intelligence agents, El Pais said Read Full Article at RT.com
Former US President Donald Trump will abandon Ukraine and destroy NATO if re-elected, former Defense Secretary Mark Esper claims Read Full Article at RT.com
Republican presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis named “deterring China’s ambitions” as his top national security priority Read Full Article at RT.com
The United States announced joint military flight drills in Guyana on Thursday as soaring tensions over a contested oil-rich region with neighbour Venezuela prompted the UN Security Council to call an urgent meeting.
A search and rescue operation has been initiated after a Guyana Defense Forces helicopter went missing close to the Venezuelan border Read Full Article at RT.com
The EU must choose diplomacy over sanctions and military aid if it hopes to end the conflict in Ukraine, Beijing’s envoy to the bloc said Read Full Article at RT.com
French President Emmanuel Macron meets Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday in a bid to break the deadlock ahead of an EU summit after the Hungarian leader threatened to block further backing for Ukraine.
Owning a cat before the age of 25 can cause Schizophrenia, concluded researchers from the University of Queensland in Australia. Researchers conducted a meta-analysis of existing research spanning 11 countries, such as the US and the UK, published over the last 44 years. The team discovered that individuals who had exposure to cats before the […]
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A number of men who gang-raped a 15-year-old in Germany have appealed their convictions despite all but one receiving suspended sentences Read Full Article at RT.com
Chinese FM Wang Yi warned the US to stay out of China’s affairs on Taiwan during a phone call with Secretary of State Antony Blinken Read Full Article at RT.com
If Russia wins in the Ukraine conflict, it may go on to attack NATO, Joe Biden has suggested Read Full Article at RT.com
Ukraine’s military has circulated a list of weapons it hopes to receive from Washington over the coming months, according to Reuters Read Full Article at RT.com
“I just wanted them to be held”: Inside the centre helping survivors of the 7 October attacks.
US House Speaker Mike Johnson has warned supporters of divine retribution over a growing number of LGBTQ students in American schools Read Full Article at RT.com
Heavy urban combat raged throughout Gaza on Thursday with some of the war’s most intensive fighting so far reported in the Jabalia refugee camp in the north and Khan Younis in the south. Aid groups warned that Gazans are running out of places to flee as Israeli strikes were also reported in the southern border town of Rafah. Read our live blog to see how the day’s events unfolded. All times are Paris time (GMT+1).
Republicans voted against the White House’s $111 billion proposal, claiming it did not adequately address the US-Mexico border issue Read Full Article at RT.com
Colombia and Brazil destroy 19 illegal gold mining sites and equipment in the Amazon rainforest.
Dr Ahmed Moghrabi told the BBC there’s a scarcity of food, water, medicine and he cannot operate on patients.
Caracas has dispatched an unknown number of troops to the disputed border with Guyana, the Spanish daily claimed Read Full Article at RT.com
Not giving Kiev billions more in aid would undermine American leadership and let Russia win, the US president has said Read Full Article at RT.com
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s policies are a mishmash of Trump’s and Biden’s, minus a lot of the baggage Read Full Article at RT.com
Servicemen are being rushed to the frontline near Kherson, a soldier told the British broadcaster Read Full Article at RT.com
People say life in Khan Younis is “indescribable” as Israel’s bombardment of the south intensifies.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has been named the world’s ‘most powerful woman’ by Forbes magazine Read Full Article at RT.com
Students in 81 countries show sharp decline in math and reading performance, the study shows Read Full Article at RT.com
The US will be to blame in the event of Ukraine’s defeat if $61 billion more in aid isn’t approved, the US Treasury secretary has said Read Full Article at RT.com
The Russian defense industry is still operating despite the sanctions, making Western arms supplies to Kiev less impactful, Berlin has said Read Full Article at RT.com
The Belgian military only has enough ammunition for a few hours of warfare, retired General Marc Thys has claimed Read Full Article at RT.com
A three-hour meeting between freed hostages and Israel’s leaders turned tense, observers say.
Republican Congressman Thomas Massie says Washington’s aid to Kiev ultimately enriches stockholders and specific US districts Read Full Article at RT.com
Former President Donald Trump has said he would use dictatorial power to close the US border and boost oil drilling Read Full Article at RT.com
China has announced the launch of the world’s first fourth-generation nuclear power plant in its eastern province of Shandong Read Full Article at RT.com
A Senate meeting on Ukraine devolved into shouting as lawmakers failed to reach a compromise on military aid and border security Read Full Article at RT.com
US officials believe the high-intensity phase of Israeli military activity in southern Gaza will end by January, the news agency reported Read Full Article at RT.com
US officials are planning how best to hand over control of Gaza to the Palestinian Authority after the Israel-Hamas war, Politico reports Read Full Article at RT.com
President Nicolas Maduro has said that Venezuelan firms should start oil and gas exploration in the country’s new ‘Guyana Esequiba’ province Read Full Article at RT.com
US President Joe Biden has lashed out at GOP lawmakers standing in the way of Ukraine aid Read Full Article at RT.com
Germany is not in an alliance with Ukraine but will do its best to provide Kiev with military support, Boris Pistorius has said Read Full Article at RT.com
The International Olympic Committee has reported support for its admissions rules for Russian and Belarusian nationals Read Full Article at RT.com
The Romanian Health Ministry has declared a nationwide measles epidemic Read Full Article at RT.com
Attacks including fatal shootings of Palestinians by Jewish settlers have risen sharply since 7 October.
The presidents of three top US universities were asked to explain their schools’ stance toward anti-Semitism on campus Read Full Article at RT.com
US Senator Bernie Sanders has called for $10 billion in military aid to Israel to be removed from an upcoming spending bill Read Full Article at RT.com
US President Joe Biden said he was “not sure” he would seek a second term if Donald Trump were not running for the office Read Full Article at RT.com
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky abruptly canceled a briefing with US senators due to a “last-minute” issue Read Full Article at RT.com
The actor has been missing from the public eye since April 2023, as he battled an undisclosed life-threatening condition.
Approving aid to Kiev would require “transformative” reforms on the US-Mexico border and an explanation of what Biden defines as victory Read Full Article at RT.com
The US has imposed travel restrictions against those it deems responsible for violence in the West Bank, including Israeli settlers Read Full Article at RT.com
Emilia received a warm hug from her nursery school friends after being held in Hamas captivity for 49 days.
The State Department is looking for Artyom Uss, who famously escaped Italian custody in March just ahead of being extradited to the US Read Full Article at RT.com
UK nuclear facility Sellafield has a leak that could pose a danger to the public, according to a report by The Guardian. Read Full Article at RT.com
Kiev’s Western backers who reportedly doubt Ukraine’s military capabilities are considering pushing it towards peace talks with Russia Read Full Article at RT.com
All the conflict in Gaza is achieving is civilian misery, and the US can stop it at any time Read Full Article at RT.com
The FBI is seeing “blinking red lights” signifying terrorist threats everywhere, its director Chris Wray has told the US Senate Read Full Article at RT.com
Europe faces an increased risk of terrorism over the holiday season because of the Israel-Hamas war, a top EU official has warned Read Full Article at RT.com
Hundreds of thousands of male Ukrainians who fled to the EU should be told to go back and fight for Kiev, a German lawmaker has said Read Full Article at RT.com
Charles Michel will return early from Beijing amid a dispute with Hungary over Ukraine’s potential EU membership Read Full Article at RT.com
Taiwan independence means war, not peace and stability, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson has said Read Full Article at RT.com