Qatar: the migrant workers forced to work for no pay in World Cup host country: Each month dozens of young Nepalese migrant workers are returning home in coffins.
Julian Assange addresses UN on human rights (Live cut version)
Dozens dead in twin al-Qaeda attacks in Yemen : Dozens have been killed in twin attacks on military targets in Yemen
New Iranian President "We Consider War A Weakness & ANY Government That Decides On War A Weakness
Russia says it will provide the UN Security Council with evidence allegedly implicating Syrian rebel forces in last month's deadly chemical attack outside Damascus.
Unverified footage, which came into the spotlight following a post by prominent blogger 'Brown Moses', allegedly shows Syrian rebels using chemical weapons on 21st of August.
Brazil's president has called off her visit to the United States in response to Washington's refusal to take action against the NSA's surveillance practices.
War Dividend: US arms firms ready to cash in if Syria attacked
DC Navy Yard shooting 'may be related to US foreign policy'. At least 12 have been confirmed dead and several injured, after a shooting at a Navy Yard in Washington DC.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit demanding the "In God We Trust" phrase to be removed from US currency.
Syrian war a contest between Saudi Arabia & Iran - Ex UN Chief Arms Inspector
Protesters rally outside White House after Obama's Syria speech
A number of anonymous sources close to the Syrian conflict have told RT that rebel forces are planning to launch a 'provocation-attack' using chemical weapons - against Israel.
Nobel Peace Prize recipient, President Obama, is calling for military action in Syria. This is the same former senator who voted against the war in Iraq.
NSA able to bypass basic Internet privacy safeguards
'G20 marks end of Washington's era of dominance'
US President Barack Obama is struggling to gather international support for strikes against Syria. The issue has divided world leaders at the G20 summit - which has just drawn to a close in St. Petersburg.
'Obama to attack Syria regardless how Congress votes'
Russia needs convincing proof, not rumors, from UN experts that chemical weapons were used in Syria, said the Russian president in an interview with First Channel and AP.
An Egyptian fisherman turned a stork in to local authorities when he noticed an electronic device attached to its feathers.
Russia's early warning radars detected the launch of two ballistic rockets in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, Russia's Defense Ministry stated.
'I didn't join the navy to fight for Al-Qaeda': US servicemen against Syria strike
Arab League foreign ministers have urged the international community and the United Nations to take "deterrent" action against the Syrian regime over its alleged use of chemical weapons.
Obama decides to strike Syria, seeks congressional approval
Putin to (Nobel Prize winner) Obama: 'Think about future Syria victims' (FULL VIDEO)
Russia's close military ties to Syria go back to the Cold War.Ten percent of all weapons exported by Russia go to Syria, and the country has a military base at the Syrian port of Tartus.
'Hands off Syria!' Protesters rally against UK intervention in war-torn country
Potential U.S. strike against Syria after Syrian President Bashir al-Assad's regime reportedly carried out a chemical attack outside of Damascus on August 21
Western powers are moving towards military intervention in Syria and it now seems some kind of action could happen within days.
There's a new leak from whistleblower Edward Snowden today - it says that the National Security Agency has been listening in on the United Nations.
Drone-Doing: UAV strikes kill 870 in Yemen, help Al-Qaeda spread
A volcano has erupted in southwestern Japan and coated a nearby city with a layer of ash. People in Kagoshima city wore masks and raincoats and used umbrellas to shield themselves after the Sakurajima volcano erupted on Sunday afternoon.
'Frack Off!': 1,000s protest shale gas drilling in UK, fear eco-disaster
5 ways a 14-year-old crushed an arrogant interviewer
Hundreds killed, thousands injured in Egypt violence
Cairo violence: What is going on in Egypt? Truthloader
Video: Indian submarine explodes, sinks at naval dockyard
Shock, discussions and questionable driving skills. See what happened when Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg was driving a taxi.
Sochi Check: Winter Olympics prep in full swing as 6 month countdown on
Supporters of Egypt's ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, have vowed to continue their sit-in protests in Cairo. That is despite the interim government repeatedly threatening to clear them out.
Is Stephanie Banister the Australian Sarah Palin...or is she even more of a joke? The Australian nationalist politician is now trying to ban halal foods, based on hilariously bad religious misinformation.
RT's Oksana Boyko tells the story of the Georgia-Ossetia War of 2008.
Fukushima Emergency: Plant leaks 300 tons of radioactive water daily
Obama cancels Moscow meeting with Putin over Snowden
Video: Massive fire engulfs Nairobi intl airport forcing closure
Truck goes airborne and explodes on highway
Wire Transfer: NSA paid $150 mln to GCHQ to spy on UK citizens
Snowden granted 1 yr asylum in Russia, leaves airport to undisclosed location
EXCLUSIVE: The raid that killed Bin Laden
Inside Story - How will India respond to Maoist rebels?
Spring Reloaded: Thousands protest after Tunisian opposition leader assassinated
Profile of Malala Yousafzai Pakistani Girl Shot by the Taliban - Class Dismissed
Royal Baby Born: Prince William and Kate Middleton Welcome Baby Boy
Military Parade in Moscow's Red Square on Victory Day 2013 (FULL HD VIDEO)
Obama and the plan for World War 3 - Best documentary film 2013
North Korea's first lady rarely seen
FLORIDA POWER PLANT DEMOLITION
Video: Crashed US drone explodes near Florida highway
Lawyer: Snowden has no plans to leave Russia, might seek citizenship
U.S. Department of State Spokesperson Jen Psaki leads the Daily Press Briefing at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on June 17, 2013.
US State Dept spokesperson grilled over Snowden and nearly loses it
NSA-leaker Edward Snowden will leave Russia as soon as he gets such opportunity, but for now the situation is unclear, says Russian President Vladimir Putin
'Obama hypocrite of century': Full interview with controversial Irish MP Clare Daly
After The Verdict: George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin : Stefan Molyneux responds to questions and criticisms regarding the George Zimmerman trial and Trayvon Martin situation.
Israel used Turkish military base to airstrike Syria arms depot - RT source
Dramatic video: Boy run over by car, crowd lifts vehicle & saves him
Latin America is no longer the "US' backyard" and the US shouldn't be "lecturing less developed countries" on "rights and freedoms," while breaching international law with massive surveillance campaign itself
Litany of Lies: NSA leaks, Iran, Syria true facts shatter voters' faith in Obama
India News: Bihar Bodh Gaya bomb blasts
Amateur video of massive fire after oil train explodes in Canada
Max Keiser: 'America will lose its sovereignty'
BBC News - Turkey protesters clash with police near Taksim Square
The Middle East Problem: Prager University
Just in time for the 4th, here's some fun facts about every state in the good ol' US of A.
The European Union Explained : The internet's official explainer of things that need explaining C.G.P. Grey tries to make the asterisk-filled European Union a little less confusing.
Bugging Brussels: New Snowden leak claims NSA spies on EU diplomats
Edward Snowden won't be extradited to the U.S. and remains in the transit zone of a Moscow airport
Snowden Barrage: US lashes out at China, Russia to distract from NSA leaks
NSA contractor-turned whistleblower Edward Snowden is awaiting a flight out of Moscow, which is thought to be destined for Cuba, and leaving in just a matter of hours.
Photographer put himself in the heart of the riots to film the moments before each photograph for a rare glimpse into Brazil's protests.
Check out President Obama win, win, win no matter what at the first Correspondents' Dinner of his second term.
President Obama aannounces bipartisan brain initiative
South Korea's army has had its alert level raised after a suspected cyber attack by North Korea. Computer screens blacked out at 3 TV stations and 2 banks. Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett has the latest from Seoul.
Probing Obama's drone wars : A leaked US government document sets out a legal justification for President Barack Obama's policy of extrajudicial killing, as the United Nations prepares its own investigation into drone strikes.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), better known as drones, have crept into modern warfare as quietly as the airborne killing machines themselves and, on the whole, media reporting on them has been just as subdued.
Previewing President Obama's 2013 State of The Union Speech #obama #politics
The governor of Tokyo has a plan to buy some of the privately held islands and then hand them over to the #Japan in order to strengthen that country's territorial claim. #China, however, says the islands belongs to them
#Obama Says Attacks In #Libya And #Egypt Are Just 'Bumps In The Road'