Story of Hanifa, one of many young & promising lost in restless Afghanistan

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The insurgency in Afghanistan is on the rise after the presidential election was held in the country, in its first democratic transfer of power. RT's Lucy Kafanov met the family of a young woman that became the victi...

Social Watch: Foreign fighters in Syria mostly recruited through web

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About 2,000 people from Western Europe have travelled to Syria to fight alongside the rebels against President Assad. A study shows that most of them have been recruited through social media.RT LIVE

NASA finds most Earth-like planet to date

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NASA's Kepler Space Telescope has found an Earth-sized planet within the habitable zone of the star it orbits, the space agency announced Thursday. The planet, which NASA calls Kepler-186f, is located in the constell...

Not Following Orders: Ukrainian troops doubt using force against own people

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One of the reasons Kiev's putting its faith in the loyalty of its new National Guard, is arguably because morale within army units is wavering - with some soldiers already switching sides. Paula Slier talked to some ...

War for Terror? (ft. Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch Director)

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A recent US report blamed Russia for the failure to prevent the Boston Marathon bombing, despite multiple warnings given to US authorities. And while the need for a foreign scapegoat is clear, perhaps the blame lies ...

Pro-Kiev ‘Right Sector’ radicals behind deadly gunfight in eastern Ukraine?

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There's been a deadly shootout at a checkpoint in east Ukraine. Conflicting reports suggest between one and three anti-Kiev activists are dead. They were gunned down by attackers suspected of links to the neo-fascist...

Venture Capital: Ruble’s Rumble & Tumble (E37)

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This week the Venture Capital team talks to the Head of Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin, who is on the US sanction list. And despite an agreement in Geneva this week between world powers over Ukraine violence - the...

The Truthseeker: Koch Brothers’ $67M to Climate Denial (E38)

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Worldwide 'Biblical' disasters predicted by new UN study; successive global catastrophes served by a small sinister network of 'institutes'; and corporate-funded gangs trained to troll web users. Seek truth from fact...

5 reportedly killed in shootout at guard checkpoint in E.Ukraine

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Five people have been reportedly killed in a shooting in Slavyansk, a city in eastern Ukraine held by anti-government protesters. READ MORE: LIVE to RT! http://...

Rights groups accuse Bahrain of promoting sectarianism

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Bahrain's main opposition and two rights groups accuse the Manama regime of promoting sectarian tensions. They say the country's Shia Muslims are repeatedly targeted for their religious beliefs.Al-Wefaq and Bahrain's...

Endangered mammal seen in Vietnam for 1st time in 15 yrs

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One of the rarest and most threatened mammals on earth has been caught on camera in Vietnam for the first time in 15 years, renewing hope for the recovery of the endangered species.

Why Libya Shut Down ‘Sex-Positive’ URL Shortener

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Full video from the Long Now Foundation available at: columnist Violet Blue and poet John Perry Barlow weigh the political ramific...

Warby Parker: Why Glasses Cost More Than iPhones

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David Gilboa explains how the idea for Warby Parker came from losing his glasses in business school and finding out it would cost $700 to replace them.Full video available for free at:

Plan B may not be effective for the average American woman

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A woman's weight has a clear impact on how well the European version of Plan B emergency contraception works to prevent pregnancy, according to research by French manufacturer HRA Pharma. The research shows that Norl...

Germany prosperity depends on rest of Europe: Ian Williams

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Europe plunged into financial crisis in early 2008 and most European governments have taken tough austerity measures to contain their debt crises. The approximately 5,000 demonstrators belonging to the Blockupy movem...

Putin: Pastries on Maidan not enough to save Ukraine’s economy

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Europe should switch from promises to real action to help Ukraine out of the economic chaos, says Russia's President Putin. He also said it was "strange" to learn of the US reaction on a Russian letter to the leaders...

Thousands celebrate Kim Jong-un’s re-election as N. Korea defense chair

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Tens of thousands of Pyongyang citizens gathered in central Kim Il-sung Square on Thursday, in a show of support for Kim Jong-un's re-election as first chairman of the powerful National Defense Commission. Supreme le...

Dr. Gabor Maté at Occupy Wall Street Details Link Between Financial Crisis & Mental Illness

225 Views0 Comments - On a trip from Vancouver, Dr. Gabor Maté stopped by Occupy Wall Street on Monday and talked to Democracy Now! Host Amy Goodman. He observed: "50 percent of American adults have a chronic medica...

Luxurious Sanctions: NYC real estate takes hit from West-Russia scuffle

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While diplomats seek a way out of the crisis in Ukraine, Washington's talk of more sanctions against Russia is becoming more aggressive. But with America's debt ceiling rising ever higher some doubt it can afford any...

Whistleblowers prosecuted while war criminals remain free?

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A newly released document acquired by Wired Magazine exposes the United States Defense Department's torture techniques. In the 37 page report, former CIA official John Kiriakou warns the George W. Bush administration...

‘Iran is against any foreign intervention in Syria’

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Iran's foreign minister Ali Akbar Salehi has met Syrian President Bashar Assad in Damascus.Follow our Facebook on: <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://www.facebook....

Italian austerity plan endangers 30000 jobs

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Friday, the Ministry for Economic Development announced that over 30000 jobs are in imminent danger of being swept away. Press TV's Max Civili reports from Rome.

Popular Assad: No place for apathy in Syria?

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Syria's President says he's planning a new constitution, just a day after tens of thousands came out in a mass show of support for him. Bashar Assad is still struggling to quell a nation-wide uprising despite promise...

Myths and truths about Syrian uprising

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Syria has limited the number of international reporters from entering the country. Some say this is hurting the perception of Syria from the outside world. There are a few reports coming from the country, but even th...

“Police Are So Desperate” Hackers Mock Arrest

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West & its influence on the way Muslims practice Ramadan-Islam & Life-08-18-2011

1 Views0 Comments How do Muslims celebrate Ramadan in the Western world where there is a lack of Islamic atmosphere in the areas with less Muslim population? How much does the West and the non Muslims understand the mo...

euronews cinema – Judi Dench gets lifetime award at Karlovy Vary

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British actress Judi Dench was one of the guests of honour at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic, the most important movie event in central and eastern Europe....

The Resident: News beaten to a bloody pulp

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While a deluge of actual, real events takes place that affect millions of people's lives, CNN and MSNBC are duking it out over what really matters to them: ratings. Both outlets issued press releases that mirrored ea...

Obama ‘hopeful’ about deficit reduction

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The president takes his message of deficit reduction and fiscal responsibility to a town hall meeting in Reno, Nevada.

Police brutality in Arizona

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A police officer fiercely pushing a teenager who poses no threat to him. The cop runs up and violently slams a girl to the ground in Phoenix, Arizona. According to British the Daily Mail the video shows Officer Patri...

Smita Narula on Report: Every 30 Minutes: Farmer Suicides, Human Rights & Agrarian Crisis in India

34 Views1 Comments - Democracy Now! speaks with Smita Narula, the co-author of the new report, "Every Thirty Minutes: Farmer Suicides, Human Rights and the Agrarian Crisis in India." A quarter of a million Indian farme...

Apples of Iran-Iran-08-14-2011

34 Views1 Comments Gisoo Misha Ahmadi Press TV's Correspondent reports on varieties of delicious Iranian apples from the city of Damavand.

Muslims responsible for ‘failed’ multiculturalism & integration?-Islam & Life-04-28-2011-(Part2)

33 Views1 Comments This edition of Press TV's Islam and Life takes a look at the accusations tacitly leveled against the Muslim community in the West that multiculturalism is failing. The Western governments are seeking...

Amid ‘Serious Negotiations’ on Debt, Can Obama and GOP Find Common Ground?

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President Obama met with congressional Republicans Wednesday to talk about a debt-reduction deal, but none was made. The meeting followed Tuesday night's largely symbolic House vote that rejected any stand-alone incr...

Couple Wears Matching Outfits for…35 Years?? (TYT Supreme Court)

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"Well here's one way to show you're happily married!Donald and Nancy Featherstone of Fitchburg, Massachusetts have dressed alike for 32 out of 36 years of marriage.''First and foremost, it's fun!" Nancy explained to ...

Yemenis praise removal of Saleh loyalists

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In a recent move, Yemeni President Abdu-Rebo Mansour Hadi has sacked key government and military officials loyal to the former ruler Ali Abdullah Saleh. Tens of thousands of Yemeni protesters have taken to the street...

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