Category Archives: Russia Today

Saudi-led airstrike in Yemen kills 6 people, including 2 children

At least six people, including two children, were killed in a reportedly Saudi-led airstrike this morning in Sanaa province. The video footage has captured the moment rescuers tried to help the victims, mostly children, who were helplessly trapped under piles of rubble. RT discussed the

Kiriakou on CIA Torture & Gina Haspel

What did John Kiriakou, who worked for Gina Haspel & went to jail for exposing torture, see? Do ethics matter? Does law matter? Does torture work? Who would Jesus torture? Why was a 27 year highly honored veteran of CIA, beaten & arrested at the

RAW: Russian fleet holds navy drills in Sea of Japan

SOURCE: Russian MoD The Pacific Sea Fleet conducted a series of drills in the Sea of Japan, as seen in a video released by Russia’s MoD on Friday. See Also: (Russia Today) – Countdown to V-Day begins: Military parade rehearsal in Moscow More than 12,000

Syria strikes: High tech killing power with ‘good intentions’

After allegations of a chemical attack in Syria, Western fighter jets were soon revving their engines, ready to unleash a “humanitarian intervention.” Chemical weapons inspectors were on their way to the Syrian town of Douma to investigate whether an attack had actually happened, but cruise

Scores march against Syria strikes in front of White House

Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the White House in Washington DC on Saturday to protest against the US-led airstrikes in Syria. Many of the protesters were holding banners and flags against the war on Syria while others used words of civil right activist

Israels Internet Censorship War

H/T Ryan Dawson Israels Internet Censorship War If Americans Knew See Also: (RussiaToday) – Drone footage captures ‘Great March of Return’ protests at Israel-Gaza border Palestinians continued protesting along Gaza’s eastern border near Khan Younis on Friday, as part of the ‘Great March of Return’

Rebel CIA officer launches petition to ‘reconnect’ Assange

Former intelligence officers have launched a petition in support of Julian Assange. They want the Ecuadorian embassy, where he’s been staying since 2012, to restore his internet connection. The petition letter was handed over by a former CIA officer-turned-whistleblower.