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Australian special forces allegedly EXECUTED hog-tied Afghan prisoner because there was no space for him in helicopter - rt

Australian special forces allegedly EXECUTED hog-tied Afghan prisoner because there was no space for him in helicopter

Australian special forces have been accused of killing an unarmed, bound prisoner in cold blood, as a four-year probe into alleged war crimes committed by Aussie troops in Afghanistan nears its end.
rt - 8 minutes ago
AstraZeneca’s vaccine rejected by Covid-stricken Peru over high costs and lack of data - rt

AstraZeneca’s vaccine rejected by Covid-stricken Peru over high costs and lack of data

The government of Peru is dropping the costly AstraZeneca vaccine, as the company failed to provide testing data and is offering too few inoculations.
rt - 19 minutes ago
Another UK town thrust into tier 3 lockdown - metro

Another UK town thrust into tier 3 lockdown

A deal has been agreed for the most restrictive lockdown measures, according to reports.
metro - 36 minutes ago
Beijing slams Washington for forcing Sri Lanka to pick a side as US-China relations worsen - rt

Beijing slams Washington for forcing Sri Lanka to pick a side as US-China relations worsen

As the US demands Sri Lanka make a choice over its economic allegiances, the Chinese foreign ministry has warned that Washington’s attempt to bully nations into cutting their ties with Beijing won’t succeed.
rt - 52 minutes ago
Is Kim Jong-un’s wife dead? Rumours circulate as she hasn’t been seen for nine months - metro

Is Kim Jong-un’s wife dead? Rumours circulate as she hasn’t been seen for nine months

Ri Sol-ju may be suffering with health problems or hiding from the coronavirus pandemic, according to reputed North Korean informants.
metro - 1 hour ago
15 new cases of vaccine-derived polio confirmed in South Sudan, months after victory over virus declared - rt

15 new cases of vaccine-derived polio confirmed in South Sudan, months after victory over virus declared

Health officials in South Sudan will launch a new four-day vaccination campaign on October 27, after a new outbreak of polio in the country, caused by a mutated, vaccine-derived form of the virus, infected some 15 people.
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Greek police launch manhunt as deputy leader of Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party refuses to report to prison following landmark trial - rt

Greek police launch manhunt as deputy leader of Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party refuses to report to prison following landmark trial

Christos Pappas, a senior leader of Greece’s recently outlawed extreme-right Golden Dawn party, has refused to turn himself in after receiving jail time for his role in the group. A police search for the fugitive is underway.
rt - 1 hour ago
Scientists discover ‘grappling hook’ which makes coronavirus so much more infectious than its SARS predecessor - rt

Scientists discover ‘grappling hook’ which makes coronavirus so much more infectious than its SARS predecessor

Researchers have found the secret weapon used by SARS-CoV-2 which makes it so much more infectious than its predecessor SARS-CoV was 17 years ago, potentially unlocking new ways to fight the spread of the pandemic.
rt - 2 hours ago
China tells UK to

China tells UK to 'correct mistakes' after visa offer for almost 3mn in Hong Kong

The Foreign Ministry in Beijing has urged London to reconsider its policy that offers visas for Hong Kongers with British overseas status and paves the way for UK citizenship.
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WATCH: Melbourne lockdown protesters call police HORSE ‘racist’ while hitting it with massive flagpole - rt

WATCH: Melbourne lockdown protesters call police HORSE ‘racist’ while hitting it with massive flagpole

Legions of protesters faced off with mounted police in violent clashes in Melbourne amid rising tensions over the ongoing coronavirus lockdown in the city, which has lasted over 100 days.
rt - 3 hours ago
Can I travel to Tenerife without having to quarantine? The latest Canary Islands travel rules explained - metro

Can I travel to Tenerife without having to quarantine? The latest Canary Islands travel rules explained

Many are in need of some winter sun.
metro - 3 hours ago
South Korean government to investigate spate of deaths linked to seasonal flu shots after toll rises to 30 - rt

South Korean government to investigate spate of deaths linked to seasonal flu shots after toll rises to 30

South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun called for a probe into the deaths of at least 30 people who died shortly after receiving seasonal flu shots, stepping up scrutiny after Seoul previously denied any link to the vaccine.
rt - 5 hours ago
Trump Lied With His Indoor Voice This Time - vice

Trump Lied With His Indoor Voice This Time

It might not save him.
vice - 8 hours ago
US slaps sanctions on Iran’s envoy to Iraq, citing links to Quds Force & militia groups - rt

US slaps sanctions on Iran’s envoy to Iraq, citing links to Quds Force & militia groups

Washington has added the Iranian ambassador to Iraq to its sanctions blacklist, claiming he works for an elite military unit it has deemed a terrorist cell, as well as three groups it accused of “sowing discord” in the 2020 race.
rt - 12 hours ago
11 arrested at anti-Covid lockdown protest in Dublin, police violently clash with demonstrators (VIDEO) - rt

11 arrested at anti-Covid lockdown protest in Dublin, police violently clash with demonstrators (VIDEO)

More than 100 demonstrators protesting ramped-up Covid-19 lockdown restrictions clashed with police in Dublin, with 11 being arrested and an investigation launched into the organizers of the event.
rt - 12 hours ago
France expands curfews to cover 46 million people as Covid-19 cases set new daily record - rt

France expands curfews to cover 46 million people as Covid-19 cases set new daily record

Coronavirus curfews in France will be extended to include some two-thirds of the population, with the country reporting a record 41,622 new confirmed cases of the disease on Wednesday.
rt - 15 hours ago
Nottingham hospital postpones operations as ward ‘exceeds 200 Covid patients’ - metro

Nottingham hospital postpones operations as ward ‘exceeds 200 Covid patients’

This is a breaking news story, more to follow...
metro - 15 hours ago
Chief cleric of Damascus murdered in bomb attack – Syrian state media - rt

Chief cleric of Damascus murdered in bomb attack – Syrian state media

Sheikh Muhammad Adnan Al-Afyouni, the Mufti of Damascus, has been killed in a “terrorist explosion” near the Syrian capital, the SANA news agency reported. Al-Afyouni was one of the region’s most prominent Islamic scholars.
rt - 15 hours ago
Mugger stole phone from dying jogger, 64, as she tried to call for help after heart attack - metro

Mugger stole phone from dying jogger, 64, as she tried to call for help after heart attack

The woman was mugged after collapsing from a heart attack as she ran close to the Anheuser Busch brewery in St Louis, Missouri, on Sunday
metro - 16 hours ago
‘Seismic shift’ needed to manage flood risk in Wales - channel 4

‘Seismic shift’ needed to manage flood risk in Wales

February's storms battered Wales with the most severe and widespread flooding for 40 years.
channel 4 - 17 hours ago
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Beloved Kiwi PM Ardern wins second term in landslide, secures single-party majority in parliament

Beloved Kiwi PM Ardern wins second term in landslide, secures single-party majority in parliament

rt - 6 days ago

New Zealands Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has secured a second term after her party won over half of parliament seats in the general election.

With almost 80 percent of ballots counted, Ardern’s liberal Labour Party has won 49 percent of votes and is projected to control 64 seats in the 120-seat legislature, up from the 46 seats it has held. The opposition conservative National Party scored 27 percent of votes and is down to 35 seats from the 54 it secured in the previous general election.

National Party leader Judith Collins has called Ardern to congratulate her on the victory and promised to offer “a robust opposition” to the prime minister’s second-term government.

Ardern solidified her popularity at home with a successful response to Covid-19, which kept New Zealand relatively unharmed by the coronavirus, with only 1,883 cases and 25 deaths recorded. Her government managed to stop the communal spread of the disease in March with a strict lockdown and extensive testing, and similarly curbed a new outbreak in August.

Last year she won praise for her handling of the worst terrorist attack in New Zealand’s history, the Christchurch mosques shooting. She also moved to ban the types of firearms with most lethal potential and imposed stricter controls over legally owned weapons.

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