‘Up to 200’ militants killed in Russian airstrike on terrorist camp in Syria –...

Russian jets have struck a terrorist training camp northeast of Palmyra, destroying 24 vehicles and half a ton of explosive materials while killing up to 200 militants, the Russian military has announced. After confirming intelligence...

Space 360: RT reveals first-ever 4K panoramic view of Earth from aboard ISS

In a new installment of RT’s pioneering 360° video documentary from the International Space Station, cosmonaut Andrey Borisenko takes us to the favorite part of the station “of all crew members” – the Cupola,...

Italy coronavirus deaths rise by record 475 in a day

BBC.COM-Image copyright EPA Image caption The whole of Italy has been on lockdown for almost two weeks The number of people dying from coronavirus in Italy has risen by 475 in one day to nearly...

‘Miss Hitler’ pageant entrant and her partner jailed for belonging to neo-Nazi group

By Amy Woodyatt, CNN Alice Cutter and her partner Mark Jones were jailed for being members of the banned extreme right-wing neo-Nazi group National Action. (CNN)A former "Miss Hitler" pageant entrant and her partner have...

‘Biggest destroyer of peace’: China lashes out after US Navy warship sails through Taiwan...

A US Navy guided missile destroyer has crossed the Taiwan Strait in the South China Sea, making it the seventh such trip by an American warship this year, and prompting China to accuse the...

Lavrov to meet with Turkish FM to discuss Ukraine, Syria, Iran at Joint Strategic...

The fourth meeting of the Joint Strategic Planning Group (JSPG) of the Russian-Turkish High-Level Cooperation Council on Tuesday will be chaired by Foreign Ministers Sergei Lavrov and Ahmet Davutoglu, the Russian Foreign Ministry reports. "The...

Tear gas fired from Turkish side at Greek border guards: report

Tension flared at Greece’s mainland border with Turkey early on Friday as volleys of tear gas were fired from the Turkish side of the fence towards Greek border guards, Reuters reported. There has been a...

France’s Hollande in Philippines for climate push

President Francois Hollande arrived in the Philippines on Feb. 26, accompanied by two of France's leading actresses, to promote the fight against climate change ahead of a crucial summit of world leaders. The two-day trip,...

Islamic State claims Iraq car bombs that kill nearly 60

At least 58 people were killed and more than 100 wounded on Monday in two blasts in eastern Iraq claimed by Islamic State in a province once considered mostly free of them. In January Iraqi...

It’s easy to make fun of those who think Trump is ‘the chosen one’...

US Energy Secretary Rick Perry has been roasted by pundits and mainstream media for saying Donald Trump was “chosen by God” to be president. But those who compare Trump to the pinnacle of evil...

70 Years Ago: Japan’s Surrender in World War II

China celebrates on Wednesday the 70th anniversary of Japan's surrender in the Second World War, when the Soviet Union came to Beijing’s aide on the eastern front. The announcement of Japan's surrender was made on August 15,...

IRGC Official Reveals Why No US General Was Killed by Iran in Response to...

by Tim Korso The prominent Iranian general was assassinated in a 3 January US airstrike near Baghdad International Airport. The Trump administration justified its actions by using unsubstantiated claims that Soleimani planned attacks on American diplomatic...

Turkey’s presidency submits motion on Iraq, Syria

The Turkish Presidency on Oct. 7 submitted a motion to the parliament to extend the state's authority to launch cross-border military operations in northern Iraq and Syria for one more year. The motion, which was submitted by Turkish President...

Bassil: U.S. Asking for Things We Can’t Do, Syrian Returnees Not Persecuted

Naharnet Foreign Minister Jebran Bassil announced Monday that the U.S. is asking Lebanon to carry out things that are not in its capacity, as he denied reports that Syrians returning home from Lebanon are being...

‘Turkey shows little progress in freedom’

 Amnesty International has criticized Turkey for lack of progress in its human rights issues in its annual report, while praising the “little progress” in freedom of expression. “Taboo issues now are being debated. I cannot...

Soldier’s testimony reveals how Gülenists lured recruits

A petty military official with Turkey’s Gendarmerie has described in his testimony to prosecutors in the southeastern province of Hakkari his links to the Fethullah Terrorist Organization (FETÖ), giving an account of the way...

Fired Trump Adviser Bannon Urges Notorious Mercenary Boss to Join WY Senate Race

Former Navy SEAL and founder of Blackwater military company Erik Prince may run for the US Senate in Wyoming, after being encouraged to enter the political sphere by US President Donald Trump’s former chief...

Netanyahu: This is a night of great victory

Likud leader repeats pledge to annex West Bank settlements and Jordan Valley, boasts of his relations with world leaders, saying that 'peace agreements with other Arab countries is just a matter of time'; party...

Intensified efforts to promote 24-member Cabinet proposal

 The Daily Star - Hussein Dakroub BEIRUT: Efforts will be stepped up next week by local players to promote a proposal for the formation of a 24-member Cabinet of nonpartisan specialists with no veto power...

Turkey criticizes Interpol for declining to issue Red Notices for Gülen followers

Turkey has criticized Interpol for its decision not to issue Red Notices for members of the faith-based Gülen movement, according to the Hürriyet Daily News, adding that the move will damage the founding purpose...