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Labour’s Abbott Breaks Alco Ban On Train, Sipping Rum Cocktail, Apologises

Diane Abbott has landed in hot water after a photo of her drinking what seems to be a mojito on the London Overground emerged. Drinking alcohol on trains and buses is prohibited in the British capital, so some called on Transport for London to fine...
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At Least 11 Dead, 29 Injured In Bus Crash In Kazakhstan (photo)

According to the portal Tengrinews, the accident occurred at around 5:00 AM local time when a bus flipped after trying to evade a collision with two cars that had previously crashed on the highway.
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Ecuador's Moreno Explains Lobster Photo That Allegedly Triggered Assange Ouster

Last week, a bunch of media outlets published a photo of Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno chilling in bed with a big lobster platter, speculating that the pic’s leak could have triggered the withdrawal of Julian Assange’s asylum status by...
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Tens Of Thousands Rally In Belgrade To Support Serbian President (photo, Video)

With well over a hundred thousand people gathering in the city to voice their approval of Alexander Vucic and his policies, with the rally’s “carnival atmosphere” being boosted by performances from rock and folk singers.
Related topics: Serbia, Belgrade, World Videos

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Anne Hathaway & Rebel Wilson Head Out While Promoting 'the Hustle' In London

Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson are on the move! The Hustle co-stars were spotted leaving for the day on Thursday (April 18) in London, United Kingdom. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Anne Hathaway The two are set to appear on The Graham Norton...
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Ways To Save The World

Kate AronoffTens of thousands of students across Belgium during the youth-led global climate strike in January, 2019. (Photo: EuroNews/Twitter)
Related topics: Belgium, Social Media

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Russian Embassy Accuses Cia Of Showing Fake Photos On Skripal Case To Trump

On Tuesday, The New York Times cited multiple intelligence sources as saying that US President Donald Trump’s decision to expel 60 Russian diplomats over the Skripal case had been influenced by now-CIA Director Gina Haspel, who allegedly showed...
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Stealth No More?: Russia's Su-35 Fighter Might Be Able To Track An F-22 Raptor

Dave Majumdar Security, A big maybe.  Possible? A hoax?  An individual purported to be the pilot of a Russian Sukhoi Su-35S has posted a photo that is alleged to the a U.S. Air Force F-22A Raptor that supposedly was captured on the...
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Four ‘improper Actions’ Made By Mueller During Collusion Investigation

In a photo taken Wednesday, June 21, 2017, Special Counsel Robert Mueller departs after a closed-door meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee about Russian meddling in the election and possible connection to the Trump campaign, at the...

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Mueller Report: Trump Shared Photos On Facebook Of An Election Event Organized By Russian Trolls

President Donald Trump’s official Facebook page shared photos of an event organized by Russian trolls, according to a redacted version of special counsel Robert Muieller’s report that was released on Thursday. Mueller’s report on...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Facebook, Social Media

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Assange’s ‘conspiracy’ To Expose War Crimes Has Already Been Punished

Joe EmersbergerA van with a billboard in support of American whistleblower Chelsea Manning and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is parked outside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on April 5, 2019. (Photo: Jack Taylor/Getty Images)
Related topics: Julian Assange, Wikileaks, United Kingdom, London

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Immigration And The Shock Doctrine

Andrew MossAnti-Trump marchers hit the streets of London in 2017. (Photo: Alisdare Hickson/flickr/cc)
Related topics: United Kingdom, London, Flickr

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American War Is Off The Charts

Tom EngelhardtThere’s one possible American war still to come in the Greater Middle East. (Photo: CD/CC BY 2.0)

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Only Rebellion Will Prevent An Ecological Apocalypse

George Monbiot‘Catastrophe afflicts people now and, unlike those in the rich world who can still afford to wallow in despair, they are forced to respond in practical ways.’ (Photo: Guillem Sartorio/AFP/Getty Images)

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Protecting Americans’ Right To Hear From The Leader Of Bds, The Palestinian Non-violent Campaign...

James ZogbyThere is a poisonous political climate in Washington and the anti-BDS hysteria has become a part of it. (Photo: Alex Christy/Flickr)
Related topics: Human Rights, Flickr

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Food Standards On The Menu At U.s.-eu Talks

Sharon Anglin TreatThere are several reasons that trade negotiations initiated in the Obama administration for a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) broke down even before the 2016 U.S. elections. (Photo: greensefa/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Barack Obama, Flickr

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War Versus Peace: Israel Has Decided And So Should We

Ramzy BaroudNetanyahu and his future government coalition of like-minded extremists are now armed with an unmistakably popular mandate to fulfill all of their electoral promises, including the annexation of the West Bank. (Photo: Thomas Coex / AFP /...
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Satellite Photos Show Chinese Radar In Syria Restored After Iaf Attack - Reports

Israeli F-35s reportedly carried out strikes on Damascus International Airport in January, targeting an alleged 'Iranian' presence in the area. Air defences intercepted 30 of the missiles, although some still managed to get through and damage...
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N.korea's Kim Wants Pompeo Replaced As Chief Us Negotiator, Will Meet With Putin

So much for those photos of Kim and Pompeo standing cheerfully side by side. One day after North Korea's Leader Kim reportedly oversaw the test of a "new tactical guided weapon", North Korea on Thursday demanded that Secretary of State and former...
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After A Year Of Protests Nicaraguans Don't Want Just Ortega's Departure — They Want A New...

“They can't put their ideas in our heads, so they put bullets #SOSNicaragua” reads this protester's sign during a demonstration for political prisoners in Managua. Agosto, 2018. Photo: Jorge Mejía Peralta (CC BY 2.0) Since mass...
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