Monthly Archives: March 2018

'There would be no killings if Hamas told protesters to stay away from border'– Israeli PM spokesman

The deaths during the ‘Great Return’ protest are the fault of Hamas, says the Israeli Prime Minister’s media spokesman. According to him, Israel was only defending from an “onslaught” of Palestinians trying to cross the border. Speaking to RT, David Keyes, Benjamin Netanyahu’s foreign media spokesperson, said the ‘Great Return’ protests staged by Palestinians along the security border fence separating ...

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'We're not Macron's toilet': French anti-migrant raid outside Turin sparks fury in Italy

Italian politicians voiced outrage over an incursion by armed French customs agents, during which they raided an Italian train station to search migrants wanting to cross into France. The story unfolded at a train station in Bardonecchia, a town near the Franco-Italian border, where an NGO called Rainbow for Africa was handling migrants trying to cross the Alps and reach ...

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‘Humanitarian Crisis in Hollywood’: Chronic homelessness vs. the American Dream

Thousands of people in one of America’s richest cities live on sidewalks infested with flesh-eating bacteria and tuberculosis. A Redfish Media report looks at the chronic homelessness crisis in Los Angeles. Homelessness in Los Angeles has increased 43 percent in just four years. Skid Row, the epicenter of homelessness in the City of Angels, is home to approximately 2,500 people ...

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'A message to the world that Palestinians didn't forget their land' – Hamas official on Gaza clashes

The ‘Great Return’ protests are not just another protest by Palestinians against the Israeli occupation, they are a fresh start in the effort to reclaim the long-lost land, Mousa Abu Marzook from the Hamas politburo told RT. Marzook, a deputy chairman of the Hamas Political Bureau, disputed the official Israeli narrative, according to which those who were killed in the ...

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Migration & radical European Muslims stir up antisemitism in Germany – parliament chief

Radical Muslim communities and immigrants harboring extremist views of Israel are contributing to the rise of anti-Semitism on German soil, speaker of the Bundestag Wolfgang Schaeuble warned in a candid interview. Wolfgang Schaeuble, a German political heavyweight who previously served as the country’s finance minister, argued that combatting anti-Semitism is “a stress test” for Western societies, especially in times when ...

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Moscow court arrests billionaire tycoon Magomedov on suspicion of embezzling $44mn

Russian billionaire businessman Ziyavudin Magomedov, a co-owner of the Summa investment group, was arrested on Saturday on charges of misappropriating millions in state funds designed for infrastructure and energy projects. Magomedov was arrested in Moscow together with his brother and Summa co-owner, Magomed Magomedov, and the head of one of the companies involved in Summa, Artur Maksidov. The businessmen brothers ...

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US expulsion of Russian diplomats from UN HQ violates all international deals – envoy

The US acted unlawfully when it expelled Russian diplomats from the UN headquarters in New York and has failed as the host country for the international body, Gennady Gatilov, Russia’s envoy to the UN Office in Geneva, said. Washington’s decision to include 12 Russian UN mission employees to the list of diplomats expelled from the US over the Sergei Skripal ...

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Plane crashes into buildings in California, 2 dead

Published time: 31 Mar, 2018 21:48 Edited time: 31 Mar, 2018 21:57 A light plane has crashed into buildings near Santa Paula, California, according to the local fire department. Two people were reportedly killed in the crash. DETAILS TO FOLLOW Let’s block ads! (Why?) RT US News

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11yo survivor of Kemerovo mall fire tragically learns his whole family died

An 11-year-old boy who only survived the Kemerovo mall blaze because father pushed him out of a window has learned that his entire family perished in the fire. Doctors say the devastated boy has found the strength to carry on. The boy’s parents and his sister died in the massive Sunday fire in the Siberian city of Kemerovo. The blaze, ...

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French support of Syrian Kurds 'a bow to the US, not change of guard,' say analysts

Paris voiced its support for Kurdish militias just as Trump announced that the US would soon be leaving “someone else” to deal with Syria. This suggests no change to Western military presence in the region, analysts told RT. This week, French President Emmanuel Macron met a delegation from Turkey, which included Kurdish representatives – both from the YPG militias and ...

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