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Five Eyes is the special name for countries in the US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand who are attending a new MeetUp this week in London. Learn more about the NSA, whistleblowers and cyber security.
More news from Russia about Edward Snowden. Learn how countries around the world are using the internet. Find out the terminology for June that people are using to exclusively share about this sort of information. Get the details and times to attend, the details of membership. A chance to rub shoulders with people behind the scenes who are pressing all the buttons. Audio included about the event this week being held in a special location inside the city. Five Eyes will be in attendance to find out what is going on. This is one of those London events you will depending on who you are will miss but would still like to know what is and has happened. If you are interested and in some way think you qualify, go to Voice of Russia /UK and find out all the details. They clear a lot of this stuff up for you. Be sure to tune in live, download the App onto your phone or subscribe to the best internet radio show these days on AudioBoo.
Barclays Plc Britain s big bank sent its employees back to school. John Kohut reports.
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The charity Plan International says the current outbreak of Ebola is rapidly becoming "a global crisis" with almost 500 fatalities and at least 800 known cases. Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are af
MSF putting on protective gear at the isolation ward of the Donka Hospital in Conakry. Ebola is one of those horrible viruses that attack the immune system. Its very big in part of Africa and could spread to other countries. Its very difficult to treat so its good to be aware of it. You want t know the systems and what you can do to avoid getting it in the first place. Find out by listening in over on Voice of Russia UK broadcasting around the world.
Paper documents with 100 allegations of paedophile activities at Westminster over 45 years go missing. Conservative responds to a rape accusation.
News from Westminster from the archives of the cabinet raised by the Prime Minster this week. Many of the people on the front, back and side benches have been effected by the Jimmy Saville and Rolf Harris news and are taking stock to make sure everything is as it should be. Unfortunately all the paper work has disappeared. Over 45 years there has been a lot of spring cleaning in the cabinet that has taken place. Today's audio over on Voice of Russia UK Edition examines the allegations brought up recently of people who experienced discomfort during the 80's and 90's.
Spaniards are increasingly coming to the UK to flee the economic woes of their home country. With an unemployment level in Spain of 25 percent and up to 50 percent of people under 24 out of work, they
Students around the world are looking for work and the UK is a popular choice. An economist in Spain predicts this could have challenging global effects. Have you immigrated to a country and not feel comfortable. Perhaps you are struggling fitting in or having healthy relationships. Find out how travelling to other countries can effect your future.
See on Scoop.it - News From Stirring Trouble Internationally “ No one in the corridors of power in Moscow was anticipating that events in Kiev would take such a dramatic twist.” Jim Bob's insight:The...
Employment in the UK Creative Industries sector has increased five times faster than the national average, according to latest figures published by the Department for Culture Media and Sport. It contr
Powerhouse of creativity £70 billion Department for Culture Media and Sport.
The UK is set to re-open its diplomatic mission in Iran, according to its Foreign Secretary, William Hague. Meanwhile, the US has announced it will send more than 250 soldiers to Iraq protect US asset
Today's post over on the Voice of Russia is about the UK representatives examining Iran. Iran’s nuclear programme and the War in Iraq back in 2003. Find out more about the US intervention and how both the British embassy and US embassy see the news.
Britain has held talks with Iran over how the Middle East region should offer support to Iraq following the seizure of several towns in northern Iraq by Sunni Islamist insurgents, Prime Minister David
VoR's Brendan Cole is joined by James Delingpole of breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov of stirringtroubleinternationally.com for half an hour of incisive mulling over the week's headlines.
Implosion of the LibDems,Ukrainian elections,US troops to remain in Afghanistan, Gove 'banning' classic US literature in UK schools and One Direction allegedly smoking something, saying the 'N-word'.
World News politics ukraine educationPrince Charles In America Tells A Vladamir Putin Joke.
On May 24, 1844, Samuel Morse sent the message "What hath God wrought" from the Old Supreme Court Chamber in the United States Capitol to his assistant, Alfred Vail, in Baltimore, Maryland, to inaugur
American History all starts in Baltimore today when Morse Code communications began. Happy 170th. Morse code has been around for a while now. Today is its anniversary. Join in the celebrations over on the Voice of Russia.
Two Ukrainian helicopters shot down. More than 40-people killed in Odessa. Ukraine's interim President admits he's lost control in the East ...
Murdered on the street. Ukrainian troops killing people. Deep Divisions over Fate of Ukraine CCTV America. The police and forces have gone around shooting innocent civilians as fascism grows. One man shot in the head, next to him a man shot drinking tea with friends. Alexander Nekrassov, former advisor to the Kremlin and Doctor Taras Kuzio - an international expert on contemporary Ukrainian and post-communist politics join Anchor Anand Naidoo to discuss whether violence in Ukraine could escalate? It already has.
Civil servant does not know how the files have disappeared. The removal of over 100 missing government files about politicians accused abusing in various ways.
The recent Rolf Harris case has brought a lot of questions for people looking for justice. The 60's, 70's, 80's and nineties. File sharing has come a long way since then. In today's interview find out more about the files that may have gone missing. The investigation continues.
Earlier entries today look at the Westminster sex trade, people trafficking and the type of people who have given statements about they were treated.
The Tour de France’s visit to England is the world’s best known cycling event warm up. Listen to the podcast over on Voice of Russia UK.
The Tour De London was really good. Guests from France ended there journey today. The race started in Cambridge. It is a bit of a warm up for the main event Tour de France the best event on two wheels without a motor. Find out more by listening into the Voice of Russia. Its a really good radio station that shares the most intelligent news from around the world in the United Kingdom.
KGB agent Mitrokhin intelligence files accumulated from around the world get public today. The story is alongside other famous people of influence in the UK during the 1940's, 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's.
The Cambridge KGB archives files published in the United Kingdom that shown intelligence from Russia. The KGB files you will find helps understand moments of the past that we can learn today from around the world.
762 people aged under 26 sleeping on the streets between 2013-2014, compared with 316 in 2010-2011. Almost half of all London's homeless are from the UK, while almost a third come from Central and Eastern European countries. VoR’s Brendan Cole spoke to Paul Noblet, Head of Public Affairs at Centrepoint.
The thing about homelessness is that it is growing. The key thing to do is try and stop it. The problem is people are leaving their homes where they are settled. The transition can be a bit of a gamble. Sometimes things do not always work out as planned. This is what people say who are living on the streets. Research is trying to tackle the problems. Listen in a find out how you can help.
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Britain is a lonely capital of Europe. A survey suggests loneliness can have 'serious health impacts far beyond just feeling miserable and desiring '. Voice of Russia UK June 30th 2014.
Find out more about UK society in the News this week over on The Voice of Russia. Loneliness and the human condition in Britain. The Public health has published a report recently about loneliness.
The situation in Iraq, the visit of the Chinese premier to the UK and what are we to make of mixed messages on saturated fats? Brendan Cole discusses these topics and more with James Delingpole of breitbart.com and Alexander Nekrassov, the former Kremlin adviser.
"it is important Britain has its own policy. It is a good positive sign for Britain." Telling It Like It Is: US foreign policy. Butter or Margarine?
New legislation comes into force today which makes forced marriages punishable by a prison term - with seven years the maximum sentence. Charities are warning that they fear the practice is on the
Alexander Nekrassov speaks to the panel in Russia over on Vesti News. This interview is in Russian.
In the 21st century, it is time to opt for orderly regime changes versus violent revolutions and uprisings.
Re-blogged from an article over on AlJazeera Viktor Yanukovich, Alexander Nekrassov, Ukraine, Russia, United States, UN Security Council all on AlJazeera.
Prince Charles’ alleged comparison of Putin with Hitler, the US accusing China of industrial espionage are among the topics discussed by James Delingpole of breitbart.com and the former Kremlin advise
From The Voice of Russia, News Telling It Like It Is Prince Charles speech about Russia #News #Radio Telling It Like It Is May 2014 via @StirringTrouble
The abduction of 300 girls in Nigeria by Boko Haram, the election in South Africa and a possible referendum in Ukraine are among the topics discussed by James Delingpole of breitbart.com and the forme
Nigeria admits most abducted schoolgirls still missing. Islamist group claims Nigeria kidnappings. Nigerian forces accused of massive abuses. All this and more from this weeks news over on Telling It Like It Is a radio show that takes a light hearted look at the weeks news in the UK. Hosted over on the Voice of Russia.