The tension between North and South Korea is again in the media, but what sparked this new round of drama and what is going to happen on the Korean Peninsula in the near future? Hosts Tim Kirby and Robert Bridge will break all of this down and more...
Police investigating the mysterious death of an MI6 agent, whose body was discovered in unusual circumstances in his London flat, suspect he was murdered and that his killers returned to his apartment through a skylight to hide the evidence.
The War of Words is spreading as author and veteran political commentator Robert Bridge introduces The Smoking Gun where he will dig deep into issues that the mainstream media ignores. On this episode he and his co-host Tim Kirby will discuss John...
Russia has issued a scathing attack on Westminster for attempting to “wreck the international order” by quietly expelling four Russian diplomats from the UK following a subtle shift in the government’s visa policy.
United Russia will be led during elections by its current leader Dmitry Medvedev. Party officials said this would help make the president a non-partisan figure, but assured reporters that Vladimir Putin will always remain their “moral leader.”
An influential Russian daily reports that Crimean prosecutor Natalya Poklonskaya is “most likely” to get a parliamentary seat in the 2016 federal polls representing the current majority party United Russia.
Members of the Romanov dynasty intend to address the Moscow City Hall with the request to rename a metro station that currently is named after the Bolshevik who played a key role in the 1918 execution of Tsar Nicolas II and his family.
A Moscow district court has ordered the arrest of former MP Ilya Ponomaryov in absentia over charges of complicity in a large-scale embezzlement. The suspect has been put on the international wanted list, according to a source.