US and Germany slam Russia over Syria arms
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In a new TV interview, the Syrian president appeared determined to continue the campaign against Takfiri insurgents who have brought destruction to his country for over two years. Assad indicated that things have changed in Syria as regards the unrest, particularly after Russia delivered the much-awaited S-300 missiles to Damascus.
As the Federal Reserve contemplates winding down its gigantic stimulus program, former Fed Governor Randall Kroszner explains how to cut through the fog of Fedspeak to read the exit signals.
The PBS NewsHour lost one of its own on May 22 in the shooting death of Julian Dawkins, our 22-year-old shuttle driver. On Thursday, Arlington deputy sheriff Craig Patterson was arrested and charged with first degree murder.
Mark Shields and David Brooks made a triumphant return to the Doubleheader Friday with talk about the soon-to-be-former member of Congress Rep. Michele Bachmann. In the “politics of sport” section, David demonstrated his Mets pride, and Mark compared the Miami Heat to the Yankees.Political Editor Christina Bellantoni fills in for
Britain’s secret detention camp in Afghanistan has been labeled the UK-style Guantanamo Bay. Lawyers have criticized the British Ministry of Defense for illegally detaining ninety Afghans without charge or trial. This coincides with the news that the war in Afghanistan has cost Britain thirty-seven-billion pounds – a war, which politicians
Turkish authorities have arrested dozens of people protesting against the government, after riot police fired tear gas on demonstrations in Istanbul and Ankara.At least 60 people were detained on Friday as they demonstrated in Istanbul for the fourth consectuive day at a rally which began peacefully over the demolition of
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Pakistan says it will pursue the gas pipeline project with Iran, despite the change of government following the May 11th parliamentary polls. The multibillion dollar pipeline project is seen as vital to meet Pakistan’s growing energy needs.
Press TV has conducted an interview with Redwan Rizk, political analyst, about the Turkish security forces confiscating two kilograms of sarin gas after raiding the homes of the terrorist al-Nusra Front militants fighting against Syria.
Press TV has conducted an interview with Franklin Lamb, international lawyer, about an unnamed FBI source saying that the man shot and killed by an FBI agent during interrogations connected with the Boston Marathon bombings was unarmed.
More than 100 Mexican journalists have been killed or have disappeared since the year 2000, many of them while covering the government’s drug war. Newspapers, radio stations and TV towers have been bombed with grenades. The attacks have become a threat to the Mexico’s democracy. Al Jazeera’s
In this web exclusive scene, science correspondent Miles O’Brien talks with New York City Police’s bomb squad commanding officer Lt. Mark Torre about how the NYPD uses robots to investigate potential bomb threats, operating the robot from a remote distance that keeps officers safe from harm.
Press TV has conducted an interview with Hisham Jaber, retired Army General, about the Turkish security forces confiscating two kilograms of sarin gas after raiding the homes of the terrorist al-Nusra Front militants.