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Britain formally triggers Article 50 to leave the EU
Britain formally triggers Article 50 to leave the EU
Forty-four years after joining the European Economic Community, the forerunner of the modern day EU, Britain has triggered Article 50 to begin formal divorce talks with the bloc.

Shows

  • Civilians Bombed in Mosul and WhatsApping with the UK Home Secretary (E460)
    Going Underground
    Three times a week Afshin Rattansi and his team go underground to discover the stories that aren’t...
    Civilians Bombed in Mosul and WhatsApping with the UK Home Secretary (E460)
    Is Britain’s anti-terrorism strategy failing? We speak to Professor Tariq Ramadan. We go to Iraq to speak with the Popular Mobilization Forces in Baghdad about bombings in Mosul. Plus, is President Trump’s former national security...
  • Episode 170
    Sputnik
    Sputnik orbits the World with George Galloway, looking behind the stories which made the news, as...
    Episode 170
    People stabbed, people shot, people mowed down, people dead – all on the streets of London. It was the day police said they had planned for and hoped would never come. But where did it all come from – out of thin air or a swamp of...

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RT America -- March 29, 2017
'War crimes' by US in Mosul - fmr Pentagon officialHundreds of Mosul residents were killed by airstrikes in their homes following repeated instructions from Iraqi authorities not to leave, Amnesty International says. It adds that coalition forces...
RT America -- March 28, 2017
House Intel Committee's Russia investigation is 'haphazard' — fmr CIA officerThe first House Republican has come forward to demand Rep. Devin Nunes (R-California) recuse himself from the investigation into alleged Russian interference in the...
RT America -- March 27, 2017
‘Serious consideration’ for moving US embassy to Jerusalem – VP Pence at AIPAC Vice President Mike Pence was one of the headline acts at the AIPAC conference in Washington, DC, as 20 thousand Israeli lobbyists and supporters...

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The difference in mainstream media coverage of civilian suffering in Aleppo and Mosul: