Gail’s New Videos & Russia Today & Newsmax

I have added RSS feeds for three news sources (My YouTube channel & Russia Today & Newsmax) that will report on news you can’t get in American mainstream news or that offer a perspective often missing from mainstream news. I do not completely agree with Russia Today and Newsmax on everything, but most of what’s at mainstream news is group think and I like to think for myself. Russia Today LIVE ON AIRVladimir Putin is on my marriage list and nobody in the U.S. reports truthfully about Vladimir or Russia so I like to hear what Russia Today has to say.

Gail’s Newest Videos at YouTube

Russia Today

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  • Report: NKorea's Ghost Ships Help Get Around Sanctions
    To evade sanctions and buy and sell goods such as coal and oil, North Korea employs a fleet of ghost ships sailing around the globe, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
  • Kim, Putin Have High Hopes for Their First One-on-One Meeting
    North Korea's Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin have high hopes for their first one-on-one meeting Thursday in far-eastern Russia, which comes amid deadlocked global diplomacy over the North Korean leader's nuclear program.Kim is looking for a win after his...
  • Top Kim Jong Un Adviser Removed from Post in Apparent Leadership Purge
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's most trusted policy adviser apparently has been removed from one of his posts, a South Korean lawmaker said Wednesday, a possible personnel reshuffle in the wake of the breakdown of the North Korea-U.S. summit in February.The head of the...
  • Conservatives Reject Move to Topple PM Theresa May, for Now
    British Prime Minister Theresa May's job is safe, for now, after Conservative lawmakers decided against enabling a new challenge to her leadership.Graham Brady, chairman of a powerful party rules committee, said Wednesday the body had decided not to change the rule that a...
  • Egypt Voters Approve Extending President El-Sissi's Rule to 2030
    Voters in Egypt approved constitutional amendments allowing President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to remain in power until 2030, election officials said Tuesday, a move that critics fear will cement his authoritarian rule eight years after a pro-democracy uprising.