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27 November 2014
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15:43 27 November 2014 / updated: 16:13
Five Ukrainian Political Factions Form Coalition, Assume Majority in Parliament
Kim Jong Un's Younger Sister Assumes High Post in Ruling Party
12-Year-Old Boy Killed During Attack on Donetsk by Ukrainian Forces
NATO Wants to Return to Path of Full-Fledged Partnership With Russia
Ukrainian Parliament Approves Yatsenyuk as Prime Minister in New Government
Hackers Leak US Document Scans With Plans to Supply Weapons to Kiev
PHOTO: Russian Airbase in Crimea Reinforced by New Fighter Jets
Anonymous Retaliates for Death of 12-Year-Old Boy in Cleveland
Putin: Russia Will Not Be Drawn Into Geopolitical Conflicts
Merkel Will Not Reform Petersburg Dialogue: Forum Steering Committee
Martin Hoffmann, the member of the Petersburg Dialogue Forum's steering committee, stated that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is not going to reform the forum, because "the government has no right to reform private organizations."
Extremists Terrorizing Civilians in Eastern Libya: Human Rights Watch
In the absence of any state authorities in the city of Derna, eastern Libya, extremist militias controlling the area have commited three apparent summary executions and at least 10 public floggings, Human Rights Watch reports.
Canadian Oil Sands Producers Promise to Reduce Pollution
Members of Canadian Oil Sands Innovation Alliance said they intend to halve the amount of fresh water in oil production by 2022.
Cameron Delighted With Report on Devolution of Powers to Scotland
UK Prime Minister David Cameron stated that British authorities keep their promise to the Scottish people.
Rossiya Segodnya Correspondents Report Torched Car to Ferguson Police
Two correspondents from Rossiya Segodnya International Information Agency who were attacked by a group of young people in Ferguson, have initiated legal proceedings against the attackers.
Hamas Militants Planning Attacks on Jerusalem Stadium Arrested in Israel
Spokesperson for the Israeli Prime Minister Ofir Gendelman stated that the Israeli Security Agency has arrested 30 Hamas militants.
Paul Craig Roberts
Ferguson: Safety of Citizens is Lost With Unaccountability of Police
Crisis? What Crisis? There Is No Crisis Around the Rouble
G20: Giant With Feet of Clay
American Pivot to Asia Includes Return to US Military Presence in Pacific
Analysis & Opinion
Right to Fight: Alleged Torture Victim to Sue Britain
Iran's Nuclear Program Amid Western Sanctions
Situation in Ukraine After Ceasefire Agreement
Grand Jury on the Ferguson Shooting
Russia-France Mistral Deal
Violence Erupts as Islamic State Rises
7th Russian Aid Convoy for Eastern Ukraine
Ebola Outbreak in West Africa
Western Sanctions Against Russia
G20 Summit 2014 in Australia's Brisbane
Watch Out for False-Flag Operations in Ukraine, Expert Warns
With media reports hinting that new war is looming in the east of Europe, and US top officials travelling to Kiev on a weekly basis, how far is Washington prepared to go in stirring up tensions in Ukraine? Radio Sputnik is discussing the issue with Anna van Densky in Brussels, and German political analyst Christoph R. Hörstel.
26 November 2014
Lindy Hop and The Moscow Swing Dance Society
Estelle Winters is joined for this edition of Anytime by 3 members of the Moscow Swing Dance Society. Natasha Tikhomirova, Larisa Vivas Kurbatova and Sergei Bulatnov share their views on Lindy Hop.
24 November 2014
Velvet Revolutions: Heaven and Hell
One-year anniversary of the revolt in Ukraine dubbed as the EuroMaidan Revolution coincided with 25-th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia that ended four decades of communist rule and triggered the process of political change in Eastern Europe.
22 November 2014
OPEC Meeting Ahead: Iran Stuck in Nuclear Talks While Russian Ruble Bounces Back
Radio Sputnik is looking into this week's major economic events together with presenter Tata Mnacakonyan as well as experts James Walsh, an expert in international security and a research associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Security Studies Program, and Alexander Pasechnik from the National Energy Security Fund based in Moscow.
21 November 2014
Women on Duty: Female Police From Around the World
Marine Corps Drills in Russia's Kaliningrad Region
Constuction of Mistral-Class Amphibious Assault Ships in Pictures
Results of UN Vote on Anti-Nazi Resolution
Protesters Clash With Police in Manhattan Over Ferguson Unrest
St. Louis Police Chief Releases Number of Detained in Ferguson After Riots
Analysis & Opinion
Law-Abiding Citizens Need Guns to Protect Themselves, as US Full of Weapons
Experts say the citizens need guns to protect themselves, as the country is full with weapons, what contribute to violence.
Ferguson Violence to Continue Across US: Scholar
According to scholar Michael Shank, the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, against police brutality in the case of Michael Brown is the beginning of the global demonstrations across the US.
Racial Profiling Can Lead to Prejudice: Police Officer
According to a retired senior police officer, the police usually targets specific groups, responsible for crimes or offences in that area.
Coalition Countries Divided Over Anti-IS Strategy: Professor
Countries of the US-led coalition against the IS, have different views on the military action against the islamists.
Russia and OPEC: An Unlikely Alliance
According to Russia's finance minister Siluanov, Russia is likely to lose 100 billion dollars a year due to the recent drop in oil prices. What can Moscow do about it? An obvious but yet unexplored option is to ally with OPEC to reduce the amount of oil available on the market.
Moscow-Tehran Nuclear Deal Ensures Peaceful Iran Nuclear Program: Analyst
A non-proliferation analyst for the Arms Control Association highlighted that the agreement between Iran and Russia to collaborate on fuel fabrication inside Iran is very important for Tehran "to get self-sufficiency in nuclear fuel production, because they are concerned about disruptions in supply and cooperation from the international community."