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#1917LIVE: 100 incredible posters about 1917 Revolution go on World tour (PHOTOS)

100 astonishing posters marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution are to be exhibited worldwide. But don’t be surprised if you sense some déjà vu… you may have seen some of them on RT first. With RT’s interactive history project entering its culmination stage, the time has come to shine a light on some of the stunning artwork used in ...

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Nothing 'substantive' to talk about? Tillerson questions grounds for Putin-Trump meeting

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has questioned whether the Russian and US leaders have anything “sufficiently substantive to talk about” at the moment. This comes as the two countries’ relations are at their lowest point since the Cold War. Putin and Trump are taking part in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) international summit, hosted by Vietnam on November 10-11. The ...

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Woman wins £575k from £1 football bet – despite not knowing anything about the game

Published time: 8 Nov, 2017 16:39 A lucky punter has won £575,000 ($ 750,000) from a £1 ($ 1.30) bet by correctly guessing the results of 12 English football matches – despite admitting that she knows nothing about the sport. The 59-year-old unnamed woman from Kent, UK picked 11 underdogs in her improbable bet, which she placed purely so she ...

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Before Texas church shooter, Pentagon knew for 20yrs about crime reporting failures

Blunders in its crime reporting process, such as the type the US Air Force made which allowed Texas church shooter Devin P. Kelley to illegally buy firearms, have long been a problem in the military, a 1997 Pentagon report shows. The 20-year-old report by the Pentagon Inspector General which resurfaced Tuesday, states the military has been aware of widespread lapses ...

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Daily Mail columnist says women ‘squawking about sex pests’ should wear a niqab

Controversial Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens has sparked a social media firestorm after comparing “squawking” women who have spoken out in the Westminster sex scandal to militant Islamists. The column, headlined ‘What will women gain from all this squawking about sex pests? A niqab,’ has enraged Twitter, with users calling the controversial writer “quite mad.”  Peter Hitchens is really ...

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Twitter carps on about Trump’s bizarre fish-feeding technique (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Published time: 6 Nov, 2017 10:01 A feeding frenzy has erupted on Twitter after Donald Trump was filmed lobbing a liberal amount of fish food into a koi pond In Japan. The US president is in Japan for meetings with the newly re-elected Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The visit is part of a tour around Asia – Trump’s longest foreign ...

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Texas church shooting: What we know about alleged gunman Devin Kelley

A man identified in some media reports as Devin Patrick Kelley has gunned down 26 people and injured at least 20 more in an attack on Sutherland Springs Baptist Church, before he was found dead in his car. Here is what we know about the alleged attacker. Speculation has been rife in the media about the identity of the man ...

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N. Korea won’t think twice about ‘pressing button’ if US strikes, defector and former diplomat warns

Pyongyang will not hesitate to strike South Korea if Washington launches an attack on its territory, a former North Korean diplomat and defector from the state’s regime has warned. Read more While the US has not ruled out a military option against North Korea amid heightened tensions in the peninsula, one of the highest-ranking North Korean defectors, Thae Yong-ho, has ...

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Meddling for Trump? The most expensive Twitter ad was about Bernie Sanders – RT Editor-in-Chief

The accusations of “meddling” in US elections are not valid, as Russian media is targeted for covering US political news, RT and Sputnik Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan said, noting jokingly that the costliest Twitter ad was not even about Trump, but Sanders. Simonyan delivered the comments on Wednesday at an extended panel of the Russian Federation Council’s Interim Committee on the ...

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‘Nothing revolutionary’ about new US sanctions against Russia – Fitch

Published time: 1 Nov, 2017 13:00 The latest round of penalties against Moscow imposed by Washington earlier this week will not have a significant impact, according to Fitch analyst Dmitry Marinichenko. “There’s nothing revolutionary in the fourth directive on technological sanctions in the oil sector…. The renewed document includes all the provisions approved in September 2014, as well as the ...

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