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France hits back at UK over criticism of Russia Mistral ship deal
France’s foreign minister has accused the UK of double standards following its criticism of the Russian Mistral warship deal. Referring to Russian oligarchs in the UK, he said that Britain must tend to its own backyard before attacking French policies.

22.07.2014 22:30

Florida town: Get your pants off the ground or face 6 months in jail
A city in Florida doesn’t want people showing off their ‘whale tails,’ ‘plumber's cracks’ or boxers on public property so much that they banned the saggy-pants fashion statement within city limits.

22.07.2014 21:23

'We will react to NATO build-up!': Key Putin quotes from defense policy address
Moscow will respond to NATO’s expansion towards Russia’s borders, President Vladimir Putin said at the emergency Security Council meeting in Moscow. Here are his key quotes on Russia’s defense, Western sanctions, and violence in eastern Ukraine.

22.07.2014 18:25

US intelligence: No direct link to Russia in Malaysia plane downing
Unnamed US officials are telling Associated Press that their intelligence suggests Malaysia plane shot down by anti-Kiev militia, no link to Russia found.

22.07.2014 21:07

Elderly veteran arrested for asking gov't officials to speak louder
A 76-year-old military veteran was arrested for disorderly conduct at a public county board meeting for asking officials to speak up when they refused to use the microphones. The hearing was over a controversial new plant in the area.

22.07.2014 17:22

UK student loans system near collapse
Inaccurate debt forecasting and a failure to collect student loans threaten the financial collapse of the UK’s student loans system; claim a group of MPs in a damning report.

22.07.2014 12:43

France to deliver Mistral warship to Russia despite US, UK criticism
France will go ahead with the delivery of the first of two Mistral warships to Russia – despite protests by the US and UK, prompted by Moscow's stance in the Ukrainian crisis. The ship is nearly completed and will be presented in October.

22.07.2014 15:59

Great Barrier Reef in 'worst state since records began', scientists say
The Great Barrier Reef off Australia’s east coast is “in the worst state since records began” and in 40 years large swathes of coral structures will be replaced by seaweed and algae, scientists told a senate inquiry.

22.07.2014 14:58

Turkey's Erdogan: 'I stopped talking to Obama'
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he ceased direct phone contact with US President Barack Obama once the US backed away from use of military force against Syria last fall.

22.07.2014 14:07

​‘US is trying to capitalize on Malaysian air crash tragedy’
Judging by recent claims of US officials, Washington is obscuring and distorting the issue of the plane crash in order to achieve a political victory, geopolitical analyst Eric Draitser told RT.

22.07.2014 14:24

Former schoolteacher permanently struck off the UK’s teaching register will lead the BNP
Following Nick Griffin’s decision to step aside from his position as head of the controversial British National Party (BNP), recently appointed deputy head, Adam Walker, has accepted the role of Acting Chairman.

21.07.2014 18:52

Claims about MH17 that MSM fails to question
Before any investigation into the MH17 crash even started, Western politicians and the media were quick to pin the blame for the tragedy on Russia. The parts of the story that do not support the theory seem to have been simply disregarded.

21.07.2014 11:43

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