Faced with people’s wrath for weeks, Paris has put new fuel taxes on hold to mitigate the protests and violence sweeping France. Protesters say the real problem lies in the government that has lost touch with its people.
ISIS jihadists were paid well for their service, documents belonging to the terrorist group, and obtained by RT in Iraq, reveal. Use of chemical agents was paid-for in silver, while taking down a chopper was rewarded with gold.
Europe’s desire to create its own army and stop relying on Washington for defense is not only understandable, but would be “positive” for the multipolar world, Vladimir Putin said days after Donald Trump ripped into it.
A video has emerged showing the aftermath of a deadly explosion that rocked an FSB office in northern Russia. The authorities have now opened a terrorist probe into the blast which killed one and injured three people.
The Ecuadorian government might eventually hand WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange over to Washington, even though it is legally obliged to protect him, former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa told RT.
Some 800 anti-establishment accounts and pages have been yanked from Facebook in a sweeping crackdown the social media giant framed as a fight against spammers. RT talked to those who were targeted in the cleansing.
When former Milwaukee Bucks, New York Knicks and Washington Wizards point guard Brandon Jennings announced he was moving to play in Russia, many experts were surprised, with some claiming he was simply after one last big payday.
Conor McGregor’s mind games didn’t help him in the cage, but caused Khabib’s burst of anger that resulted in the ugly scenes in the aftermath of the Russian’s win over the Irishman, MMA analyst Robin Black told RT Sport.
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones says a defeat for Khabib Nurmagomedov against Conor McGregor in the pair’s megafight in Las Vegas would be “more devastating” for the Russian than his Irish challenger.