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With its first channel launched in December 2005, the RT network now consists of three global news channels broadcasting in English, Spanish and Arabic, RT America broadcasting from a Washington, DC studio, RT UK airing from London, and a documentary channel RTDoc – in English and Russian. Today RT has a global reach of over 700 million people in 100+ countries. Articles and photographs by RT on Pressenza do not fall under the Creative Commons license are are not reproducible in any way. RT news covers the major issues of our time for viewers wishing to question more and delivers stories often missed by the mainstream media to create news with an edge. RT provides an alternative perspective on major global events, and acquaints an international audience with the Russian viewpoint. rt.com

‘Theft’ of foreign assets becoming ‘habit’ for West – Lavrov

Russia’s foreign minister has slammed the top EU diplomat’s idea of seizing Russian government reserves Seizing Russia’s foreign-exchange reserves would be nothing short of “theft,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday. Such an idea was recently floated by the EU’s…

Backpack developed to create a real-time 3D map of the Moon’s surface and help astronauts find their way around the satellite

The researchers plan to miniaturise the equipment, which currently weighs around 18 kilograms, as well as protect the electronic circuits against the effects of solar radiation and microgravity. NASA researchers, in collaboration with Torch Technologies and Aeva Inc, have developed…

Journalist names obstacle to peace between Ukraine and Russia

The Ukrainian leader is “dangerous” as he’s ready to sacrifice his people to stay in power, Angelo D’Orsi claims Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is the main obstacle to peace between his country and Russia, renowned Italian journalist and historian Angelo…

Interview with Sergey Lavrov

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov gave a live interview to several Russian and foreign media on Thursday on the situation in Ukraine and the current international agenda. It’s “not true” that NATO is a defensive alliance Russian Foreign Minister Sergey…

Hundreds detained at anti-war protests in Russia

In Moscow alone, police detained 600 people amid demonstrations against the military operation in Ukraine Anti-war slogans filled central Moscow and Saint Petersburg streets on Thursday, as hundreds took to protest against the ongoing Russian military operation in Ukraine. Police…

Why isn’t America listening to the advice on NATO expansion of its foremost 20th century expert on Russia?

The US diplomat George Kennan, an astute observer of Soviet Russia under Stalin, offered his observations later in life on the question of NATO expansion. The tragedy of our times is that those views are being ignored. Winston Churchill once…

Scientist says today’s neural networks may be “slightly conscious”, sparks debate among experts in the field

He did not specify which intelligent systems he was referring to, but it is likely to be OpenAI’s GPT-3 autoregressive language model. The chief scientist of the research group at artificial intelligence development company OpenAI, Ilya Sustskever, posted on his…

The US is turning the heat up in tech war with China by trying to control the entire global supply of computer chips

America’s latest move to try to contain Beijing is to weaponise an entire industry. By leveraging its patents and licences for semiconductor manufacture, it is attempting to deny China access to crucial technology. By Tom Fowdy Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp…

“There seemed to be no limits”: CIA allegedly planned to abduct Julian Assange from Ecuador’s London embassy and assassinate him, report reveals

The investigation was conducted by Yahoo! News, which relied on interviews with more than 30 former Trump administration officials. The CIA allegedly conspired to kidnap Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in 2017, and some senior officials in…

As America’s attempt to Westernise Afghanistan by force fails, Kabul may now find its place in Russian & Chinese-dominated Eurasia

Even the Taliban must be surprised at the immense speed of its victory in Afghanistan. The collapse of the US-backed government affects more than just daily life in Kabul, however, causing political echoes across the continent. By Glenn Diesen One…

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