Millions of dollars pledged to get Syrian refugee children in school just haven’t reached them, Human Rights Watch (HRW) reports. They blame the donors for a lack of transparency, as RT’s Sameera Khan reports.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of the Philippine capital to protest the increasing intervention of the United States in the ongoing conflict in Mindanao.
Internet giant Amazon has been accused of deleting negative reviews of Clinton’s latest memoirs from its website.
The US is building up its presence in Poland – with more than a thousand military vehicles, of them 400 are tracked…Meanwhile, American troops are also taking part in Sweden’s biggest military drills in more than 20 years. Peace activist Pelle Sunvisson believes the country
Investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker John Pilger tells RT America that US is to blame for putting the world on the brink of nuclear war. The rest of the world is mostly alarmed by the US, not North Korea. Sanctions will never work in de-escalating
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy ask, “RIP, Petrodollar?” China readies a yuan-priced oil benchmark backed by gold. Is this the final nail in the dollar’s coffin? In the second half, Max interviews Michael Pento of PentoPort.com to discuss the oil-gold-yuan
A report from the UN accuses the Syrian government of using chemical weapons against civilians. It also blames the armed forces for a sarin gas attack back in April in Idlib province.
September 6th, 2017 – Russian News
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss ‘the mysterious’ moves in gold markets moments before Janet Yellen spoke in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and the equally mysterious, unknowable event that happened in the mid-seventies to cause wages to decline as productivity continued
The examples of Iraq and Libya have convinced the North Korean leadership that only nuclear deterrence can protect them, so no sanctions can dissuade them, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
The GM foods giant Monsanto is calling for an investigation into an agency of the World Health Organisation. That’s after the body published a report claiming some of the company’s products, like the weed-killer glyphosate, are linked to cancer. Monsanto says the WHO ignored two
In this special double-header episode, Max and Stacy discuss Germany repatriating €24 billion worth of gold from New York and the US administration finally realizing it is already at economic war with China. They also discuss ‘enlightened’ Silicon Valley sorts who ‘feel’ they are inclusive
Max and Stacy discuss ‘the bizarre decade’ on the markets engineered by central banks and the ‘red flags’ in the shale industry. In the second half, Max interviews Mitch Feierstein, author of Planet Ponzi, to discuss central banks’ collective $15 trillion in assets. How will
The US Defence giants – Lockheed Martin and Raytheon – are seeing a huge surge in sales. They have both been awarded 900-million-dollar contracts by the Pentagon. This comes as U.S. – North Korea nuclear tension continues to simmer. Sameera Khan takes a look at
12-year-old Yemeni boy has undergone 23 surgical operations, including the amputation of his left arm, after falling victim to the war in his country that left him with terrible scars. He is now battling cholera.
Thousands of civilians remain trapped in the five ISIS-held neighborhoods of the city of Raqqa. The UN has called for a humanitarian pause there, branding it the ‘worst place on earth’, with civilians suffering from terrorists as well as the heavy fighting.
The UN has expressed “deep concerns” over the mounting number of civilian casualties in Raqqa inflicted by US-led coalition airstrikes, condemning “any attack directed against civilians or civilian infrastructure.”
The US war in Afghanistan also appears to be fueling America’s opioid crisis. RT’s Caleb Maupin has more.
Theodore Postol of MIT says there is no concrete evidence linking Assad to the attack. A leading weapons academic has claimed that the Khan Sheikhoun nerve agent attack in Syria was staged, raising questions about who was responsible. Theodore Postol, a professor emeritus at the