The US is worried about reports of an impending Syrian military operation to retake its own city of Deraa in a de-escalation zone in Syria’s southwest.
The big cats’ decline is understated, and their viability remains in doubt because of human settlements, climate change, and poaching. Removing leopards from the endangered list may give the impression that they’re safe when in fact the numbers are unknown.
The head of the Chechen Republic has ordered a universal DNA test to help identify and retrieve Russian children who had been taken to terrorist-control territories in the Middle East.
Teaching students how to swear can help them to understand language better, a scientist has said.
Over the last month, the Israeli military has shot over 500 Palestinians in the head for peacefully protesting in the Gaza Strip.
In its latest ruling, the Supreme Court made the fight against workplace sexual harassment even more difficult.
The story thus far… and the curious drama that is solar cycle #24.
In the new RT documentary Coups R US, prominent American journalist Stephen Kinzer examines the rationale and impact of Washington’s interventions, from complacent colonialism in Hawaii to regime change in Libya.
Giant black hole has been eating a ‘star every two days’, scientists transfer memory between snails, child’s mummified hand mystery solved, and more.
The modest targets set in the Paris Agreement on climate change are ambitious but necessary. Though nonbinding, failure to meet them will lead to widespread drought, disease and desperation in Read More…
In November 2017, the DNC quietly changed their Russian hacking narrative via an Associated Press report, invalidating the circumstantial evidence that had been used to support the DNC’s Russian hacking claims, and representing a groundbreaking contradiction that has gone unobserved by establishment press outlets.
An Israeli general has confirmed that when snipers stationed along Israel’s boundary with Gaza shoot at children, they are doing so deliberately, under clear and specific orders.
Whether or not the protesters in Gaza The only legitimate struggle for Palestinians, it seems, is keeping quiet, allowing their lands to be plundered, and their children to be starved.
The UN Human Rights Council has voted in favor of sending an international war crimes probe to Gaza after the body’s leading human rights official slammed Israel‘s reaction to the protests along the Gaza border that killed over 60 people and injured 2,700 in one day as “wholly disproportionate.”