Debate: Is Ukraine’s Opposition a Democratic Movement or a Force of Right-Wing Extremism?
A working-class community in Venezuela resists the opposition barricades. Protesters shoot two members of the community.
SOSVenezuela #PrayForVenezuela Over one hundred Venezuelans filled Times Square to rally in support of the Pro-Democracy Opposition in Venezuela against the…
2014 Actual News, Please Subscribe Our Channel! In Kiev, Ukraine, the opposition fighters in Independence Square are considered heroes by many supporters of …
With most of the media focusing on Ukraine, its easy to overlook the protests in Venezuela, and its just as easy to assume that both countries face the same issues.
Coming under sniper fire while covering the uprising in Kiev – RT correspondents have been recalling their experiences of what the West has hailed as "Ukraine’s democratic transition". Those snipers were taking orders from figures within the opposition, who targetted both activists and police according to a leaked conversation between the EU’s foreign policy chief, and Estonia’s top diplomat.RT’s Alexey Yaroshevsky tells his story. READ MORE RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Google+ RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios.
Protesters march against the government in Caracas, Venezuela, on February 15. Photo via Wikimedia Commons In the summer of 2007, the vehemently pro–Hugo Chávez journalist and lawyer Eva Golinger got on Venezuelan state TV and, with the help of a flow chart hand-drawn on flimsy poster board, called out several fellow journalists who had allegedly accepted US funding to help bring down the country’s famously left-wing, anti-American president. “These journalists are destabalising agents,” Golinger said, and explained that that they had participated in programs paid for by the US that were designed to promote a pro-American agenda, the goal of which was to create anti-socialist sentiment in Venezuela