(Vatican Radio) Volunteers are keeping busy as the 31st World Youth Day gets underway in Poland. Vatican Radio’s very own Lydia O’Kane is in Krakow,...
After the scandalous withdrawal of the documentary Vaxxed from the Tribeca Film Festival, which was withdrawn after the incredible pressure of pharmaceutic companies, Robert De Niro took a clear position on the public...
German criminal police tipped off the interior ministry of a potential “terrorist threat in form of a suicide-attack” by Anis Amri nine month before he ploughed a truck into a crowded Berlin Christmas market, Bild am Sonntag reports.
Thousands of people took to streets of the Italian capital, Rome, to either support the European Union or to protest against it, as the EU is celebrating its 60th anniversary. RT asked anti-EU demonstrators why many were unhappy with the union.
London police have found no evidence of terrorist plots or accomplices related to Khalid Masood, who killed four people on Westminster Bridge and stabbed a police officer to death outside Parliament on Wednesday. The attacker’s motive “may have died with him,” they say.
The Iranian military has brushed off accusations from the US Navy that its fast-attack boats came dangerously close to a US aircraft carrier in the Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday, as it was on its way to the Arabian Gulf on an anti-terrorist mission.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced plans to hold a “Brexit-like” referendum on whether Ankara should carry on with a process to join the European Union, amid strained relations with its western partners.