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‘Hearing the whistle, knowing we’re champions is the best’ – Sergio Ramos talks World Cup glory

Spain and Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has spoken to RT on leadership duties, the moment La Roja became world champions and why the magic may be returning to the dormant Spanish national side Sergio Ramos García began his career at hometown club Sevilla, in Spain’s southern autonomous region of Andalucia, before catching the eye of giants Real Madrid and ...

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‘Yup, we’re running’: Chelsea Manning confirms US Senate bid, releases campaign video

Chelsea Manning, one of the most well-known US whistleblowers – jailed for leaking military documents on abuses in Iraq and Afghanistan – confirmed her bid for the US Senate, releasing a campaign video and calling for donations. The whistleblower has shared her campaign vid on Twitter, captioned “yup, we’re running for senate”. The video shows scenes of violence during several ...

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‘We’re very excited’: US Navy to test laser weapon on warship

A newly built US amphibious warship will test out new laser weapon technology as early as this coming fall, replacing an earlier tested $ 40 million laser. The new USS Portland warship, currently en route to San Diego, California, to be commissioned, has been chosen to host the new laser weapon technology created by the Office of Naval Research. The ...

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The Panama Chronicles: How America’s enemies were targeted

The Panama Papers exploded in the media last April, revealing the extent of offshore wealth hidden by celebrities and politicians. RT’s latest documentary explores who was behind the leak and how it was framed in the media. More than 11.5 billion documents from the Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca were stolen by an anonymous person known as John Doe. The ...

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All seven Comey documents were labeled classified – report

Published time: 5 Jan, 2018 20:28 Every memo by former FBI Director James Comey on meetings with President Donald Trump was classified, a conservative watchdog reported citing a senior FBI official. Comey had testified the documents were his private notes. Chris Farrell, director of investigations for the conservative group Judicial Watch made the claim in a Thursday evening appearance on ...

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‘Leader, we’re ready!’ 10,000s march in Iran in support of govt & Khamenei (PHOTO, VIDEO)

Following days of violent unrest gripping Iran, tens of thousands of people flocked to streets in the country’s major cities in a massive show of support for the government and the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei. Massive pro-government rallies kicked off on Wednesday in different towns and cities, including Ahvaz, Kermanshah, Bushehr, Abadan, Gorgan and Qom, local media reported.  Chants of ...

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Rare ancient artifact proves the Romans were the original pranksters

What have the Romans ever done for us? Well, besides water systems, straight roads and central heating, the discovery of the Tantalus bowl now suggests they were the masters of cracking good jokes. The function of the Tantalus bowl, which soaks whoever drinks from it in wine, was only fully realized after it was studied by an archaeologist from the ...

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Doobie-ous claim: elderly couple tells cops 60 lbs of pot were for ‘Christmas gifts’

Published time: 22 Dec, 2017 20:59 Sheriff deputies in York, Nebraska arrested an elderly couple driving cross-country with 60 lbs of marijuana which the elderly pair said was intended for Christmas gifts. The twosome were released on bail but face felony charges. Patrick, 80, and Barbara Jiron, 70, were en route to Vermont from northern California when deputies said they ...

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‘We’re disappointed by the IPC’s decision’ – Russian Sports Minister Pavel Kolobkov

Russian Sports Minister Pavel Kolobkov has expressed disappointment over the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) verdict to prolong the suspension of the Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC). “A positive aspect [of the IPC ruling] is that all Paralympic athletes competing in qualifying events will continue performing,” Kolobkov told TASS on Wednesday. “The IPC has postponed making a decision on Russian participation in ...

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Su-30 pilot who covered Putin’s plane in Syria: Jets were ‘heat traps’ for possible enemy missiles

Published time: 16 Dec, 2017 21:19 One of the Su-30SM pilots who covered Vladimir Putin’s plane on his recent trip to Syria opened up on the mission. The jets were “heat traps” ready to take possible enemy missiles upon themselves, he said. “In this case, the task was to meet [the Russian President’s plane] and escort it to the landing ...

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