Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, are holding a news conference following their meeting in Moscow. Iran’s president is in Russia on a two-day official visit to discuss cooperation between the two countries and sign a number of bilateral documents.
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The disaster at Russia's biggest power plant, which left dozens dead, could have been prevented, according to the head of the Russian Accounts Chamber.
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In this episode of the Keiser Report Max and Stacy discuss the cheap wages and crushed limbs of Alabama’s auto manufacturing boom. In the second half Max interviews Professor John Mill Ackerman in Mexico City about what the NAFTA renegotiations might mean for Mexico and world trade and whether or not Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador cou
Keynote Speech by Prof. Nadhir al-‐Ansari, Faculty of Engineering, Lulea University of Technology Promoted by PAFI – Peace Ambassadors for Iraq Hosted by the Center of American Studies.
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For more than two months, Iraqi forces have fought to retake Mosul from Islamic State group militants. A quarter of the city has been recaptured but the jihadists are still resisting, while many civilians are caught in the crossfire. Although the foreign press has been
The U.S. Treasury Department is investigating how ISIS procured so many Toyota vehicles. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Iraq's Mosul Dam is one of the most dangerous in the world.
At capacity, it holds back about 11 billion cubic meters of water. If the dam bursts, in a matter of hours it could kill more people than the entire Iraq War. The U.S. estimates anywhere between 500,000 to 1.47 million lives would be at risk.
Many of them are in Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city. The city's been under ISIS control sinc
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There are conflicting reports about whether Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Iraqi troops have fully retaken Mosul dam from Islamic State (IS) militants. Iraqi military spokesman Lt-Gen Qassim Atta told state TV the dam - Iraq's largest - had been "fully cleansed".
Troops had been backed by a joint air patrol, he added, without specifying if there had b
Protests both for and against Donald Trump in the US are continuing to divide the country. RT’s Gayane Chichakyan reports that there’s a dangerous trend developing with some of the demonstrators against the president, going to the events armed.
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