Blog Profile / RIA Novosti

Filed Under:News / Independent News
Posts on Regator:72880
Posts / Week:177.9
Archived Since:April 3, 2008

Blog Post Archive

RT Video Spurs Calais Police Trade Union to Go to Court

In a video, released by RT on Youtube, members of the union noted that officers of the municipal police were deployed during the recent Pegida rally in the French city of Calais, constituting a violation of the country's law.

Out of Reach: 40% of Migrants Have No Chance of Obtaining Asylum in EU

Nearly forty percent of migrants who arrived in the European Union in January have slim chances of receiving asylum, a senior European Commission official told a German newspaper on Sunday.

Daesh Aims to Create Chaos in Libya by ‘Disrupting’ Oil Activity

As Daesh (Islamic State) militants continue to increase their presence in Libya, they have not yet sought to gain control over the country’s oil fields, but rather to disrupt oil production in Libya, political analyst Ethan Chorin, who is currently the CEO of Perim Associates think-tank, told Radio Sputnik.

Peru’s Military 'Very Satisfied' With Russian Mi-171Sh Helicopters

The Peruvian operators of Russia’s Mi-171Sh military transport helicopters are completely satisfied with their performance, state arms exporter Rosoboronexport Director General Anatoly Isaykin said Monday.

All About Russia? Why Turkey, Saudi Arabia Consider Sending Troops to Syria

Turkey and Saudi Arabia could send ground forces to Syria in a bid to undo what Damascus-led forces, assisted by Russian warplanes, have managed to achieve in recent weeks at a time when the US-led anti-Daesh coalition desperately needs a major victory to present as a bargaining chip in the Geneva talks, journalist Andrey Polunin asserted.

Lyceum in Northern France Evacuated Over Bomb Threat - Reports

A lyceum in the city of Belfort in northeastern France was evacuated because of a bomb threat, local media reported on Monday.

Russia Agrees With UNSC's Assessment of N Korean Missile Launch

Russia agrees with the UNSC’s assessment of North Korea’s launching of a ballistic missile.

Some 1,000 Soldiers Will Participate in Joint Russian-Mongolian Exercise

According to the Russian Eastern Military District, around 1,000 servicemen will take part in joint Russian-Mongolian drills this summer.

SCO to Actively Cooperate With Iran in Anti-Terror Fight in Afghanistan

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) will intensify its cooperation with Tehran’s special services to counter terrorist activities in Afghanistan, the SCO Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure’s (RATS) press service said Monday.

Kremlin Welcomes Historic Meeting Between Pope Francis, Patriarch Kirill

The leaders of the two churches are due to meet for the first time next Friday in Cuba.

Russia Detains 7 Daesh Suspects Plotting Attacks in Moscow, St. Petersburg

The detained suspects planned to join Daesh ranks in Syria after carrying out terrorist attacks in Russia.

Thai Authorities Refute Reports of Bangkok Mulling Purchase of T-90 Tanks

The Thai authorities on Monday refuted media reports that Bangkok was planning to purchase Russian T-90 tanks, the country's chief of staff spokesman said.

'Syrian Opposition, Backers to Blame' for Halt in Intra-Syrian Geneva Talks

According to the Russian ambassador to Egypt, the Syrian opposition and those regional and non-regional states that are backing them are responsible for the break in the Geneva intra-Syrian reconciliation talks.

Russian, Egyptian Military Coordinating Efforts in Fight Against Terrorism

Russia and Egypt are coordinating efforts in the fight against terror, the Russian envoy to Cairo said.

UK Sends 1,600 Troops to Jordan for Snap Deployment Drils in Eastern Europe

According to a British military source cited by UK media, the snap deployment drills are about being "prepared to join the US in Ukraine".

Russia to Deliver Equipment for Egypt's Mistral Helicopter Carriers

Russia will provide equipment, including helicopters, for the two Mistral carriers which Egypt will receive from France.

Privatization is the Atlanticist Strategy to Attack Russia

Two years ago, Russian officials discussed plans to privatize a group of national enterprises headed by the oil producer Rosneft, the VTB Bank, Aeroflot, and Russian Railways.

Riyadh Will Prosecute 27 People Accused of Spying for Iran

Prosecutors in Saudi Arabia have put 27 people on trial for gathering intelligence for Tehran, local media reported.

Moscow, Cairo Back Immediate Signing of Contract on Dabaa NPP Construction

Moscow agrees with Cairo's intention to sign Dabaa nuclear power plant contracts as soon as possible, Russia's ambassador to Egypt said.

North Korea and the Bomb: Carrying on With a Failed Policy

News that North Korea has launched a satellite into space has caused consternation in the West.

Recent Posting Activity


Posts per Week
Posts on Regator

Related Blogs

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC