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US staging ‘fatal provocations’ against Russian forces in Syria – Lavrov

Published time: 3 Oct, 2017 22:23Edited time: 3 Oct, 2017 22:50 Washington is playing a dangerous game of encouraging terrorists in Syria to attack government forces and the Russian military, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said. Moscow won’t leave aggressive US steps unanswered, but wants to overcome the political ...

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700k protest Spain's referendum crackdown in Barcelona – local police (PHOTO, VIDEO)

Published time: 3 Oct, 2017 21:35 Up to 700,000 people have taken to the streets of Barcelona in the wake of Sunday’s controversial Catalonia independence referendum, municipal police announced. Huge crowds rallied Tuesday against the violent crackdown on voters by Spanish police. Roads and traffic was blocked throughout the city ...

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US Congressman hosted fake hearing for Ukrainian TV

Published time: 3 Oct, 2017 21:25 Freshman Congressman Ron Estes (R-Kansas) was reportedly tricked by a former colleague-turned-lobbyist into providing a room at the US Capitol for a sham hearing on the National Bank of Ukraine. Ukraine’s NewsOne channel broadcast in full the alleged US Congressional Committee on Financial Issues ...

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Pakistan’s key intelligence ‘connected to terrorists' – US top general

Published time: 3 Oct, 2017 20:08 The Chairman of US Joint Chiefs of Staff has accused Pakistan’s main intelligence agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) directorate, of having ties with terrorists. Joseph Dunford made the announcement while facing the Senate Armed Services Committee alongside with the US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on ...

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‘I’ll drive straight into them with my trolley’: 83yo Swedish granny confronts neo-Nazis (VIDEO)

Published time: 3 Oct, 2017 19:36 Shopping for groceries has nearly turned into a battle with a group of neo-Nazis for one principled old lady from the Swedish town of Gothenburg, with a video of the woman ready to confront dozens of black-clad protesters going viral. The shopper apparently had ...

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Russian high jumper nominated for IAAF ‘Athlete of the Year’ despite national federation ban

Published time: 3 Oct, 2017 19:03 The International Athletics Federation (IAAF) included Russia’s high jumper Mariya Lasitskene in the list of female nominees for the IAAF’s Athlete of the Year award. The list of 10 men and 10 women, which is fully comprised of the 2017 world gold medalists, was ...

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Russian MoD releases videos of Air Force hitting ‘terrorist vehicles & hideouts’ in Syria

Russian Defense ministry has released short videos, where it says the country’s airspace forces are hitting terrorist positions and combat vehicles in Syria. TrendsRussian anti-terror op in Syria, Syria war New combat footage, captured by surveillance planes and drones observing airstrikes in Syria, was released by Russian Defense Ministry on ...

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US prepared to stay in Afghanistan indefinitely – Pentagon chiefs

Despite the $12.5 billion annual price tag for US involvement in Afghanistan, the US will continue its longest war indefinitely so that the Taliban don’t think they can “wait us out,” top Pentagon officials told Congress. A bolstered offensive against the Taliban will drive the insurgents to a reconciliation that ...

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Cosmic culture: Nano capsule will take art to the moon

Published time: 3 Oct, 2017 18:30 Pockmarked with the remnants of early space exploration, the moon now plays second fiddle to Mars as a potential destination. But a new project aims to revisit the lunar landscape – by rocketing a mini art gallery to Earth’s natural satellite. Once the great ...

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‘Win for Einstein’: Nobel Prize winners find gravitational waves in space

Published time: 3 Oct, 2017 18:22 Three US-based scientists won the Nobel Physics Prize for detecting faint ripples flying through space, the gravitational waves predicted a century ago by Albert Einstein. The discovery gives astronomers a a new way to view the universe. “It’s a win for the human race ...

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