Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) makes a joint appearance with Mayor of London Sadiq Khan (C) as they launch the Britain Stronger in Europe guarantee card at Roehampton University in West London, Britain May 30, 2016. © Facundo Arrizabalaga
David Cameron calls Sadiq Khan a ‘proud Muslim’ just weeks after linking him to Islamic extremism
Prime Minister David Cameron said Sadiq Khan was “a proud Muslim and a proud Brit” during an anti-Brexit event just weeks after attacking the London mayor for having alleged links to Islamic extremists.


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RT America -- May 27, 2016
Nuclear America: Special ReportFrom the Hanford Site in Washington state to Indian Point in New York, the disastrous conditions at  America's nuclear facilities has been raising concerns over the last year. RT America takes a close look at the...
RT America -- May 26, 2016
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