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German politicians should not boycott FIFA World Cup in Russia – poll

As speculation continues as to whether Chancellor Angela Merkel will attend the World Cup in Russia, the majority of Germans believe that boycotting the event would be a bad choice, according to a new poll. The survey, conducted by Infratest-dimap for Germany’s major ARD broadcaster, revealed that 69 percent of respondents believe German officials should be at the World Cup ...

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Russia should be back in G7 as ‘we spend 25% of time’ taking about it anyway – Trump

The leaders of the G7 group spent a lot of their time during last week’s summit discussing Moscow, and so having Russia itself at the negotiation table would have been an extremely logical move, US President Donald Trump has said. “You know, we spend probably 25 percent of our time talking about Russia, and I said wouldn’t it be better ...

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Russia should be in G7 meeting – Trump

US President Donald Trump says Russia should be in the G7 meeting. Trump made the statement as he was preparing to fly to Canada for the summit. The 44th G7 summit is due to open in La Malbaie, Quebec. The summit has received significant attention due to a major decline in relations between the leaders of the participating states. French ...

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Putin: WWIII may be end of civilization, and that should restrain conflicts (VIDEO)

Published time: 7 Jun, 2018 10:14 Edited time: 7 Jun, 2018 10:57 A new world war could become “an end of civilization,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said during a live televised call-in show. Awareness of this should restrain international powers from engaging in global conflict, he added. While giving his take on the risks of a new global conflict, Putin ...

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Come ye sinners: Irish bishop says Catholics who voted for abortion should confess

An Irish bishop is calling on Catholics who voted ‘Yes’ in the country’s abortion referendum to consider going to confession. Ireland voted to scrap its controversial ban on abortions in a landslide vote, celebrated on Saturday. Bishop Kevin Doran said Monday he believed those who had voted in favor of the amendment in the referendum, “knowing and intending that abortion would ...

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Ukrainian sanctions on Russian media undermine democracy, should be called off – HRW

The newly-imposed ban on Russian media outlets in Ukraine limits freedom of expression and undermines democracy in the country, Rachel Denber, deputy director for Human Rights Watch (HRW) in Europe and Central Asia, said. “The Ukrainian government’s sanctioning of Russian state media outlets is part of a series of measures it has taken that limit media pluralism and freedom of ...

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You should change your Twitter password right now

Yes, it’s that time again — password changing time. On Thursday, Twitter revealed that a bug caused the platform to store user passwords in unmasked form. Normally, sensitive personal data like passwords would be stored in hashed form using a mix of letters and numbers to protect the content of the password itself. In this instance, it sounds like Twitter ...

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After what happened to Libya, should North Korea think twice about ditching nukes?

The US says North Korean denuclearization should proceed along the Libyan scenario. RT’s Murad Gazdiev remembers how Muammar Gaddafi was killed by US-backed rebels a few years after ditching nukes, and asks – is that a good idea? There was a time when tales of Gaddafi’s death had Kim Jong-un keeping his both hands on the nuclear button, which, by ...

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Palestinians should take peace proposal or ‘shut up,’ Saudi crown prince reportedly said

The Palestinians should either accept the peace plan they are offered at the moment or “shut up” and “stop complaining,” Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman reportedly told Jewish organizations in New York. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the heir apparent to the Saudi throne, made the remark during a closed-door meeting with heads of Jewish organizations in New York ...

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Berlin should foot bill for billions lost by German firms in Russia due to US sanctions – analyst

Politicians in Germany are not held responsible for multi-billion euro losses faced by their country’s businesses as a result of US sanctions against Russia, and that is wrong, an analyst told RT. “Why is it that only the economic sector is liable for the consequences of political decisions? If it is the political will of a state to impose sanctions, ...

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