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Have loads of sex & make more babies – Polish gov tells citizens

Published time: 8 Nov, 2017 17:40 ‘Go forth and multiply like rabbits!’ That’s the message the Polish government has for its citizens, as the country with one of the lowest birth-rates in Europe hopes to reverse the trend. The Poles aren’t currently hopping into bed with each other as much as the government would like, so they have decided to ...

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Kleptocrat-owned media pick out perceived incrimination to target Russia – Keiser

“Oh my Gosh! Russia is involved!” The US media owned by the same kleptocrats who are hiding billions of dollars put out a story about Russian links exposed in the ‘Paradise Papers’ to deflect American watchers, said Max Keiser, host of RT’s Keiser Report. The so-called ‘Paradise Papers,’ financial files leaked on Sunday, exposed where the wealthiest are hiding their ...

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Catalonia chaos: Pro-independence rallies block 60 roads & stop trains (VIDEOS)

Published time: 8 Nov, 2017 15:24 Edited time: 8 Nov, 2017 15:58 Pro-independence protesters have brought Catalonia to a halt as part of a general strike to protest the imprisonment of the ousted Catalan leaders. Demonstrators blocked roads in over 60 places while train services were also at a standstill. The general strike caused traffic chaos from around six o’clock ...

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‘Mass is not a show’: Pope tells bishops to put down phones

Published time: 8 Nov, 2017 14:27 Pope Francis apparently dislikes the way pilgrims and even priests and bishops take pictures with their smartphones during prayers. He urged them to put down their devices as Mass is a holy occasion and “not a show.” “At a certain point the priest leading the ceremony says ‘lift up our hearts’. He doesn’t say ...

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Germany must legally recognize ‘third gender’ from birth – top court

Published time: 8 Nov, 2017 13:37 Germany’s top court has called on the country’s parliament to legally recognize a ‘third gender’ which allows intersex people to identify as neither male nor female. Germany could become the first European country to allow a third gender on birth certificates. The current law on civil status discriminates against intersex people as it rules ...

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Trump-Putin meeting in Vietnam ‘highly likely’ – Kremlin

Published time: 8 Nov, 2017 12:14 There is a strong possibility that Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will meet on the sidelines of the upcoming international summit in Vietnam, the Kremlin said. The two presidents will be joining other world leaders taking part in the 25th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit to be held on November 10-11. The Russian and ...

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Trump in China: Will Xi pressure US leader to accept his vision of global future?

The Chinese leg of US President Donald Trump’s grand Asian tour is expected to focus on North Korea and trade imbalances. But observers say a major agreement on rebalancing global power could be on the table as Beijing seeks respect for its growing clout. During the two-night stay in Beijing, Trump will hold his third meeting with his Chinese counterpart, ...

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Tooth tests bite age claim of refugee on trial for raping & killing EU official’s daughter

Published time: 8 Nov, 2017 10:50 A refugee who allegedly raped and murdered a 19-year-old girl in Germany and claimed he was “underage” turns out to be in his twenties, experts told a court on Tuesday. A tooth the accused kept from a dentist visit proved not-so lucky for him after lab analysis. Hussein Khavari, originally from Afghanistan, is accused ...

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Houthi missile attack on Riyadh a ‘reaction to Saudi aggression’ – Iran’s Rouhani

Published time: 8 Nov, 2017 09:31 Edited time: 8 Nov, 2017 09:52 The recent missile attack near the Saudi Arabian capital’s airport was a legitimate response by the Yemeni people to Saudi bombings, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said. Earlier, the Saudis called Iran’s support for the Houthi in Yemen an act of war. “How should the Yemeni people react to ...

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NATO wants Europe’s civilian infrastructure ready for war

NATO needs roads, bridges and other civilian infrastructure in Europe to meet its growing military requirements which needs coordination with national governments and the private sector, the alliance’s chief said ahead of a defense ministers meeting in Brussels. Defense ministers from the 29 NATO states arrived in Brussels to begin discussions on the “revision” of the NATO Command Structure which ...

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