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Unobliging Neighbors: Majority of French want Britain out of EU

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Britain's made no secret that it wants to change the EU, and get a bit of special treatment for itself.

Ferguson erupts again: Tear gas, looting as protesters, cops clash

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Protesters and police clashed in Ferguson on Saturday as officers used tear gas and rubber bullets to deter the demonstrators.

SpaceX rocket docks at ISS with needed supplies

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After multiple delays and launch cancellations, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket is in orbit and docked to the International Space Station.

Did the LAPD profile African-American actress Daniele Watts as a prostitute?

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“Django Unchained” actress Daniele Watts was handcuffed and questioned by Los Angeles police officers Thursday under suspicion of being a

‘Why did Ukraine SU-25 fly same path as MH17, simultaneously at same altitude?’ – Russian Military

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The Russian military detected a Ukrainian SU-25 fighter jet gaining height towards the MH17 Boeing on the day of the

Jen Psaki dubs Ukraine military op that killed hundreds civilians – ‘moderate and measured’

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State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki is ice over civilian blood spilled in East Ukraine.FOLLOW LIVE UPDATES <a href=""

Keiser Report: Nudging, Bludgeoning & Pigeoning (E672)

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert in a double-header discuss nudging citizen-consumers like pigeons

Massive deadly gas explosions devastate city streets in Taiwan

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At least 24 people were killed and 271 others injured when several underground gas explosions ripped through Taiwan's second-largest city

Chile soccer fans storm Maracana stadium’s media center

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Courtesy: RUPTLY, NO RE-UPLOAD, NO REUSE - FOR LICENSING, PLEASE, CONTACT http://ruptly.tvOver 85 Chile supporters

Make love, not war: First porn movie shot with drone

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Brooklyn-based filmmakers recently found a novel use for drones, filming a porn movie aptly titled “Drone Boning.” Entertaining yet thought-provoking,

China Bus Inferno: Pyromaniac starts fire in packed rush hour

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Chinese police have released surveillance footage showing the chaotic scene when a fire broke out on a packed bus in

Solitary confinement leading to Arizona inmate suicides

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A federal judge cleared a lawsuit against the Arizona Department of Corrections to proceed as a class action suit. The

Tough Talk: Putin’s key quotes from Valdai speech

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Vladimir Putin criticized the West for "sawing at branches" with sanctions against Russia and releasing a "genie in a bottle"

Nuclear bomb nearly detonated after falling on North Carolina

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A recently declassified report sheds light on a 1961 near-nuclear-catastrophe in North Carolina. According to the documents, a B-52 bomber

“Iron dome” in action: Rare footage of Hamas missiles being intercepted in Tel Aviv

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Israel’s “Iron Dome” defense system is protecting the small state’s residents from Hamas’ incoming rockets over the last few weeks.

Nobel Prize Winners vs. Killer Robots (Really)

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Many Nobel Peace Prize recipients have come together to demand a ban on autonomous killing machines before they start taking

Chomsky: Nuclear war could happen, accidentally (EXCLUSIVE)

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How did Russia and the West slip back into what seems like the Cold war all over again? And how

Chernobyl drone video: Rare haunting footage of Pripyat exclusion zone

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A rarely-seen view of the haunting ruins left by the Chernobyl disaster, have been captured by a camera drone. Almost

Obama asks Congress to send weapons to Syrian rebels

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President Barack Obama asked Congress on Thursday for $500 million to arm Syrian rebels. The White House believes the assistance

Meet ‘Nipsters’: Newest recruits of extreme right in Germany

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Skinny jeans, beards, tote bags and Nazi slogans. Meet the latest recruits of the extreme right in Germany. The media

Erin Ade and Ben Swann reflect on Midterm election results

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On election day, while the mainstream media counted the seats, we counted the issues: From fracking to GMO labeling,

RAW: Moment of MH17 Malaysia Airlines plane crash in Ukraine caught on camera

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A Malaysia Airlines plane en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur has crashed in eastern Ukraine. There were 285 people

Iraq v ISIS: Army fights islamists with RPGs, heavy weaponry

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Iraqi Army soldiers clashed with IS militants in the Oja neighborhood of Tikrit, north of Baghdad on Wednesday. The Iraqi

Forget cigarettes, man smokes McDonald’s French fries

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Perhaps a symbol of what the 21st century stands for, a video of a man smoking a McDonald’s French fry

Keiser Report: UK Job Market Stat Scam (E629)

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert ask: "to count or not to count?"

Malaysia MH17 crash scene: Militia and witness reports

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RT's Spanish correspondent, Francisco Guaita at the crash scene in Donetsk region says the situation on the ground is "very

Redacted: What does the CIA torture report leave out?

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The US Senate on Tuesday released a report detailing the CIA’s use of torture following the September 11th terrorist attacks,

Video: Heavily armed militia on patrol in Gorlovka, E.Ukraine

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Heavily armed local militias were on patrol in Gorlovka on Friday after the city underwent bombardment, reportedly at the hands

Ferguson war zone video: Journalist tear-gassed badly, SWAT police fire rubber bullets

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Protesters helped a journalist recover from a tear-gas attack by the police in Ferguson early Tuesday morning, spraying milk and

Greenpeace damages ancient Nazca lines in Peru

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Peru is to press charges against Greenpeace activists after damage caused to a UN World Heritage site – the Nazca

Northern Defense: Russian Navy completes successful rocket launches

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Submarine, destroyer and an on shore Missile launcher from the Northern Fleet of the Russian Navy have made successful test

Act of Faith? Congressmen admit to not reading NDAA before voting

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US House members admitted they had not read the entire $585 billion, 1,648-page National Defense Authorization Act, which predominantly specifies

’10 years of crisis’: Barroso’s legacy to the EU

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From France to Greece, and Portugal to Poland - Europe's endured years of protests during a crisis that's forced people

London Stud: Controversy over ‘anti-homeless spikes’

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Metal spikes designed to prevent homeless from sleeping at a luxury building in central London have prompted wide condemnation on

Politicking: RT’s Thom Hartmann, Abby Martin and Erin Ade Face Off with Larry King

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Larry King talks with "The Big Picture" host Thom Hartmann about his book "The Crash of 2016," his radio show

Osama bin Laden alive, crosses US-Mexico border

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Newly released footage shows wanted terrorist Osama bin Laden crossing the US-Mexico border, making his way into the heart of

‘One solution: Jihad and Jihad’: Radical Islamist children burn Israeli flags in Pakistan

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Dozens of young boys from the banned extremist group Jammat-ud-Dawa staged an anti-Israel protest in Peshawar on Tuesday. The

100 Days To Go: Scotland to vote on independence, might risk EU, NATO membership

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In exactly a hundred days, the people of Scotland will decide whether they want to break away from Great Britain.

The moment Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 explodes in Ukraine

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A fireball and smoke is seen after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, a Boeing 777, crashes in southeastern Ukraine.Find

Satellite footage: Gaza destruction before & after Israel’s bombs

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At least 15 Palestinians, including a journalist and two paramedics, were killed when Israeli airstrikes hit a busy market place

Head Hunters: ISIS offers top oil jobs for ‘ideologically suitable’ engineers

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ISIS jihadists have a job offer for a professional to manage the seized refineries. Reports have emerged that Islamic State

GRAPHIC: QZ8501 AirAsia wreckage found, dozens of bodies recovered

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Over 40 bodies have been recovered from the missing AirAsia flight, the Indonesian Navy said. Objects resembling parts of the

Aeroflot flight SU2455 grounded in Moscow over possible Ebola

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A passenger plane has been grounded at a Moscow airport, over a suspected case of Ebola. Aeroflot, the airliner that

Hero or Killer? ‘American Sniper’ movie raises controversy over Iraq war

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The movie 'American Sniper' based on the memoirs of Navy Seal Chris Kyle has grabbed six Oscar nominations and shattered

Keiser Report: Naughty Banking Boys (E674)

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss how, in the words of Laura Ingalls

[012] Illegal cop weapons, the disease infecting journalism, Bush’s torture, and more…

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The Redacted Team examines police militarization and how Time, Inc. rates its writers. George W. Bush recalls his torturing days,

Venture Capital: Bitcoin’s Future in Russia & Banking Fines (E47)

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Russia takes a closer look at Bitcoin to decide if the virtual currency can be used as legal payment. Plus,

DARPA creating USB memory stick for human brain

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If ginkgo or memory apps aren’t working, then DARPA may have an alternative for you. The federally funded research center

Uber tracking booty calling customers

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Ride-sharing service Uber is once again under scrutiny by privacy advocates who uncovered a deleted blog post from the company

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