Daily Archives: December 1, 2017

Lavrov doesn't want 'race of bans' with US after RT's Congress accreditation revoked

Published time: 2 Dec, 2017 04:24 Edited time: 2 Dec, 2017 04:26 Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says he wouldn’t want a “race of bans” between Russia and the US, as the Russian State Duma mulls a tit-for-tat response to the revoking of RT’s press accreditation in Congress. The minister was speaking at a joint press conference with his Italian ...

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‘Your DNA is an abomination’: University under fire for publishing anti-white article

A Texas university newspaper is apologizing after a student wrote an opinion piece that condemns white privilege and accuses white people of being an “aberration” that “shouldn’t exist.” Martinez begins his article, entitled: “Your DNA is an abomination,” with a tweaked Robert Oppenheimer quote about the detonation of the first atomic bomb he helped develop. “Not I have become white, ...

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Fireworks & mass hugs as N. Korea celebrates becoming a nuclear nation (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Soldiers and citizens of Pyongyang took to the streets in celebration to mark the successful launch of North Korea’s new intercontinental ballistic missile. The festivities marked the launch of the Hwasong-15 missile earlier this week, which North Korean officials claim can reach anywhere in the mainland United States. Civilians took part in dances, while soldiers marched through the streets laughing ...

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Hungarian PM Orban says George Soros will interfere in election, vows to stop him

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has vowed to use all the means at his disposal to counter the influence of George Soros, warning that the American billionaire is planning to interfere in next year’s elections in the country. In an interview with Kossuth radio on Friday, Orban again accused Soros of attempting to undermine Hungarian institutions and society through his ...

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Former NSA worker pleads guilty to snatching classified docs

A former employee for the NSA who worked to infiltrate foreign computer networks has admitted to illegally taking classified documents from the agency. Among the details of the case shrouded in mystery is the date he was charged. Former National Security Agency employee Nghia H. Pho, 67, of Maryland, pleaded guilty in US District Court for the District of Maryland ...

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World Cup Draw: RT's Peter Schmeichel & Stan Collymore talk results and drama

There promises to be a lot of drama at the 2018 World Cup in Russia as the 2010 World Cup winners Spain have been placed in the same group as Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal. Football greats Peter Schmeichel and Stan Collymore discuss the results of the draw with RT. Former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, who teamed up with RT for ...

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Michael Flynn’s guilty plea sparks zany reactions from resistance pundits

Published time: 2 Dec, 2017 01:09 Liberal and neoconservative pundits overflowed with glee at the news of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s deal to plead guilty to lying to FBI investigators about his contacts with foreign officials. Leading the way was Joy Behar of the morning talk show, “The View.” After cheerfully reading the news of Flynn’s plea deal ...

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Amazon’s Treasure Truck is hitting the road in the U.K.

After slowly rolling out across the U.S. over the past two years, Amazon’s Treasure Truck is ready for a bit of international expansion. As with its Stateside introduction, the company’s taking baby steps toward bringing the deal-sporting vehicle to U.K. shores, kicking things off in London and Manchester. The company’s not really giving specifics about the timeframe here — that ...

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Israel warplanes launch airstrike near Damascus, Syria – reports

HomeWorld News Published time: 1 Dec, 2017 23:53 Get short URL Aircraft from the Israel Defense Forces have launched a number of missiles at a strategic target west of the Syrian capital, Damascus, Israeli and Arab media report. DETAILS TO FOLLOW Let’s block ads! (Why?) RT World News

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Why Flynn’s plea is a dead end for ‘Russiagate’ conspiracy

President Donald Trump’s short-lived national security adviser, Michael Flynn, pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. Most US media jumped on the plea as proof of Trump’s collusion with Russia. Actual documents, however, tell a different story. A court document signed by special counsel Robert Mueller, dated Thursday, specifies two instances of Flynn telling FBI investigators things that were not ...

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