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Thousands rally in Tel Aviv to protect Israel from turning into ‘Netanyahu state’ (VIDEO)

Alarmed and angered by a draft bill that would strip Israel’s Supreme Court of the power to overturn laws, thousands of activists have staged a protest in Tel Aviv, accusing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of a power grab. Chanting slogans against the Israeli PM, hundreds of anti-government activists marched down the streets of Tel Aviv holding banners. “’Bibi take your ...

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Facebook has auto-enrolled users into a facial recognition test in Europe

Facebook users in Europe are reporting the company has begun testing its controversial facial recognition technology in the region. Jimmy Nsubuga, a journalist at Metro, is among several European Facebook users who have said they’ve been notified by the company they are in its test bucket. The company has previously said an opt-in option for facial recognition will be pushed out ...

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Ferocious felon: ‘Hangry’ bear breaks into car & locks itself inside (VIDEO)

Colorado police responding to reports of a ‘vehicle trespass’ came upon an unlikely, and terrifying, felon – a bear that managed to break into a car and lock itself inside. The ‘hangry’ intruder was discovered by deputies from the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office. Video from the scene of the bizarre break-in was released by police on Thursday and shows officers ...

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In historic first, Senator brings newborn baby into hallowed chamber, inspires vote

Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-Illinois) made history on Thursday when she became the first member to bring her newborn baby onto the floor of the US Senate. Duckworth is the first sitting senator to give birth in office. The Illinois lawmaker tweeted a picture of baby Maile’s outfit ahead of the pair’s arrival at Capitol Hill. Duckworth was there to vote ...

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5 injured after car crashes into Texas house & triggers fiery explosion (VIDEO)

Footage of the shocking moment a Texas home exploded after being hit by a car has been released by local police. Five people were injured when the car lost control and struck the house in Fort Worth, Texas. A gas line is thought to have been severed in the collision. Dashcam footage from one of the police cruisers shows officers ...

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Communists seek probe into alleged violations of Russia’s ‘mobile voter’ system

The head of Russia’s Communist Party has asked the Prosecutor General to investigate a polling system that reportedly allowed someone to vote twice in March’s presidential election. Read more In his letter, quoted by the RBC news site in a Wednesday report, Gennadiy Zyuganov alleged that the “Mobile Voter” system had allowed for “mass double voting.” He described previous assessments ...

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Blown engine forces US flight into emergency landing (PHOTO)

A Southwest Airlines flight from New York to Dallas has been forced to perform an emergency landing in Philadelphia after one of its engines appeared to blow-out. Flight 1380 took off from LaGuardia Airport at 10.27am local time, bound for Dallas. Less than an hour later, the pilot of the Southwest aircraft was forced to take emergency action due to ...

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Amazon workers pee into bottles out of fear of being punished for taking bathroom breaks

Amazon may be owned by the world’s richest man, but some employees at the company pee into bottles to avoid missing their targets by going to the toilet, says an author who went undercover at the firm’s UK warehouse. According to James Bloodworth, who applied for a job at Amazon’s warehouses in Staffordshire to complete his book on low wages ...

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'Trump boxed himself into a corner with incendiary tweets before Syria strike' – Senator Black

Friday’s attack on Syria was a face-lifting move by Donald Trump after he boasted about his missiles on Twitter, Virginia Senator Richard Black said. He told RT that Trump would not have won Congress’ approval had he asked for it. Trump chose to bypass the Congress, drawing the ire of some within his own Republican party, because he had next ...

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The art of the fail: Trump may be forced into embarrassing U-turn on TPP

Donald Trump’s announcement this week that his administration would consider re-entry into the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement is seen by many as a token gesture at best and an embarrassing climb-down at worst. Economist and CEO Michael Pento and Asia-Pacific strategic and economic policy specialist Sourabh Gupta spoke to RT.com about both the motivations behind the potential policy course ...

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