• EU to resume debate on Russian oil price cap – Bloomberg

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 11:58am EST

    Previous attempts to clinch a deal have stalled as some member states called it “too generous” to Moscow EU leaders will meet Friday evening to try to once again reach an agreement on setting a price ceiling for Russian crude oil shipped by sea, sources told Bloomberg. The bloc’s members have previously failed to score […]

  • UK urges Ukraine to ‘maintain momentum’ in winter

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 10:15am EST (Archive)

    According to the British defense secretary, Kiev has received “300,000 pieces of arctic warfare kit” from its backers UK Defense Secretary Ben Wallace has called on Ukraine to “keep up the pressure” on Russian forces in the coming months, arguing that Kiev is well-prepared to fight in freezing conditions. Wallace made the remarks in an […]

  • Russian top official responds to claims of ‘Iranian instructors killed’

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 9:48am EST (Archive)

    The more the chair wobbles under the Kiev regime, the more fantastic its “fairy tales” will become, the head of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov has said The head of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov has rejected Kiev’s claims that Iranian military instructors were killed in a Ukrainian strike on the Russian peninsula while helping Moscow’s forces operate drones. […]

  • China dissuaded US from Ukraine plan – Spectator

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 9:48am EST

    Beijing was reportedly able to make Washington abandon attempts to supply Ukraine with Soviet-era fighter jets China pressed the US into abandoning a plan to supply Ukraine with Polish warplanes in March, according to a report in the Spectator on Friday. Throughout the conflict, Beijing has pressed both sides to de-escalate, the report claimed. Two […]

  • EU gas prices rise as winter approaches

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 9:37am EST (Archive)

    Member states are tapping into energy reserves as demand for heating grows, the media report Natural gas prices in Europe rose over the week due to strong demand because of cold weather with benchmark futures soaring by 8%, Bloomberg reported on Friday. Although prices have fallen from summer peaks due to plentiful LNG supplies which […]

  • Stoltenberg notes ‘horrific start to winter’ for Ukraine

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 9:21am EST

    The NATO secretary general also says Europe is suffering an energy and cost-of-living crisis Ukraine is in for a difficult winter, says NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg, noting that Russian forces have stepped up their attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure. “Waves of deliberate missile attacks on cities and civilian infrastructure are depriving Ukrainians of heat, light, and […]

  • The US could see its supply chain derailed

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 9:08am EST (Archive)

    A national rail strike could ensue if a paid sick-leave deal isn’t reached One of the United States’ largest rail unions rejected a deal with freight companies and, after a cooling-off period that expires on December 9, the country could see a rail strike that could collapse its supply chain ahead of the holiday season. […]

  • World shifting from West to East – BRICS forum president tells RT

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 8:08am EST

    The trade bloc offers a new model of growth entailing equal rights and opportunities for members, Purnima Anand says The role of BRICS on the global stage is increasing every day and many countries are attracted to the economic bloc by the new solutions and stability it offers, believes the president of the BRICS International […]

  • Russia mulls swapping frozen assets – finance minister

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 7:49am EST (Archive)

    An exchange with the West is “theoretically” possible, according to Anton Siluanov Moscow is considering exchanging foreign assets frozen in Russia for Russian assets seized by Western countries, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Friday.   “We have such initiatives under consideration,” the official confirmed in an interview with the television channel Rossiya 24, adding […]

  • WHO chief scientist reveals key Covid blunder

    RT - Nov 25th 2022 7:45am EST (Archive)

    The agency was too slow to recognize that the virus is airborne, Soumya Swaminathan has said The outgoing chief scientist of the World Health Organization (WHO) admitted on Wednesday that the body should have warned the public that Covid-19 can be transmitted through aerosols “much earlier” than it did. Speaking to the Science Insider, Soumya […]