Daily Archives: September 9, 2018

‘ICC is dead to us’: US to use ‘any means’ to shield citizens & allies from war crime probes

The US will fight back using all means necessary if the International Criminal Court ever dares to probe an American or Israeli, and will punish those who cooperates with a war crime investigation, John Bolton is set to announce. “The United States will use any means necessary to protect our citizens and those of our allies from unjust prosecution by ...

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Petition to offer Assange asylum in New Zealand to be presented to parliament

A petition with thousands of signatures supporting Julian Assange’s political asylum will be presented to New Zealand’s parliament. Labour Party politician Greg O’Connor said while he personally does not support Assange obtaining asylum in NZ, he will present the petition to parliament after more than 2,000 people signed their names in support of the WikiLeaks founder, reports Newstalk ZB. The ...

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Saudi King’s brother ‘considering self-exile’ after Yemen war criticism – report

The brother of King Salman is pondering whether he should return to Saudi Arabia after criticising the King and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the war in Yemen, the Middle East Eye reports. Earlier this week Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz, one of the few remaining sons of the kingdom’s founder, told Yemeni and Bahraini protesters outside his London home ...

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‘Tipping point passed’: Swedes waking up to reject liberal globalists, says political analyst

The Sweden Democrats have successfully played off valid general concerns over uncontrolled immigration and crumbling public welfare to pierce the fortress of liberal values in Sweden, political analyst Charles Ortel told RT. A combination of the “bad state of the immigration influx” and the “violence” associated with refugees, in addition to “unreported and under-reported” gang-related crime rates have contributed to ...

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Caesar’s gift: Hoard of shiny Roman coins discovered in Italy

Italy’s cultural minister has described feelings of great pride, after a hoard of hundreds of ancient Roman coins were discovered in northern Italy. The treasure seems to be in pristine, shiny condition – right out of the amphora. The discovery was made during excavations in the basement of the Cressoni Theatre in the northern city of Como last week, and ...

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7 injured in knife attack in downtown Paris

[unable to retrieve full-text content] At least seven people have been injured in Paris after a man attacked people with a knife and an iron bar, local media reports. Read Full Article at RT.com RT World News

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Swedish center-right Moderate leader urges PM & his center-left government to resign

Published time: 9 Sep, 2018 21:43 Edited time: 9 Sep, 2018 21:54 Swedish Moderates’ leader, Ulf Kristersson, whose opposition center-right bloc virtually tied with the ruling center-left coalition has urged PM Stefan Lofven and his government to resign. “This government has run its course… Now it should resign,” Kristersson told a party rally, after preliminary election results showed his opposition ...

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‘Monster’ hurricane Florence predicted to hit US southeast coast as devastating Category 4

The US southeast coast is on alert for a potentially deadly strike from Hurricane Florence as forecasters predict it will strengthen to a Category 4 hurricane before making landfall later in the week. The National Hurricane Center classified tropical storm Florence as a Category 1 hurricane, Sunday, warning that it would rapidly intensify into a major hurricane by Monday and ...

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China joins Australia’s largest maritime drills for 1st time amid South China Sea row

Chinese troops are taking part in Australia’s largest maritime exercise for the first time, despite recent tensions between the nations. They are among 3,000 personnel from 27 countries taking part in the drills. The biennial naval operation, ‘Exercise Kakadu,’ is hosting 23 ships and submarines from across the Indo-Pacific region off the strategic northern port of Darwin with the aim ...

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‘Just stand’: Army vet launches t-shirts with ‘patriotic’ message for Kaepernick & Nike

A clothing company founded by US veterans has responded to Nike’s collaboration with former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick by launching a limited edition of ‘Just Stand’ t-shirts. Nine Line Apparel introduced the new line in direct response to sports clothing brand Nike’s decision to use Kaepernick, who sparked a wave of hugely divisive NFL national anthem protests in 2016, as ...

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