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  • Hong Kong’s new police chief has taken aim at “fake news” which he claimed has fueled heated protests in the city and harmed the reputation of his officers. He urged locals to reject all violent action. The new police commissioner, Chris Tang, gave his first-ever press conference soon after he was sworn in on Tuesday, stating “enough is enough” in a city wracked by six months of chaotic protests. “Whatever... Read more »
  • US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Washington is ending waivers for civilian nuclear work at Iran’s Fordow site, where uranium has been enriched past the nuclear deal’s limits, as GOP hardliners demand all permits are pulled. “President Rouhani recently announced that Iran will begin uranium enrichment activities at the Fordow facility. Therefore, the United States will terminate the sanctions waiver related to the nuclear facility at Fordow, effective December... Read more »
  • Explosions have reportedly been heard in the vicinity of Damascus International Airport in the Syrian capital, SANA state news agency reported on Tuesday. Israel said earlier it “intercepted” four missiles from Syria. The agency, citing its own correspondent on the ground, reported that the blasts were heard near the airport, without providing any additional details in terms of material damage or casualties. Also on Syria repels... Read more »
  • A new fad sweeping India offers customers a breath of fresh air… literally. As pollution in New Delhi hits toxic levels, “oxygen bars” are popping up in the city to help locals breathe easy, but some found the idea off-putting. New Delhi officials were recently forced to declare a public health emergency over the city’s hazardous air quality after pollution levels soared to around 20 times what the World Health... Read more »
  • Being a fast-food company in 2019 America seems to be more about politics than fried chicken. Chick-fil-A’s decision to cave to liberal demands has angered its Christian customer fan base, while earning it no points with critics. The Atlanta, Georgia-based company has been known as much for its fried chicken sandwiches as for its public embrace of Christian values – which led to boycotts and hostility from LGBTQ groups and... Read more »
  • If a point-based immigration system touted by PM Boris Johnson is introduced, the likes of Jesus would be turned down at the UK border, said Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, taking a thinly-veiled jab at the idea. "Our founder Jesus Christ was of course not white, middle class and British - he certainly wouldn't have got a visa - unless we're particularly short of carpenters,” said the highest ranking bishop... Read more »
  • SpaceX CEO Elon Musk seeks to make the world happy with his Starlink project providing satellite Internet access. So far, he only managed to make astronomers across the world upset by rendering their telescopes blind. The billionaire who also positions himself as philanthropist and innovator has recently set himself a goal of bringing high speed internet to the most remote corners of the earth with a network of thousands of... Read more »
  • South Dakota has rolled out a new anti-drug campaign warning about the dangers of substance abuse and costing taxpayers almost half a million. But its wording, “Meth. We’re On It,” has drawn ridicule online. Taking a bizarre twist on “I am Spartacus,” the ads portray average South Dakotans – a kindly old farmer, a churchgoing grandma, high school football players – sternly telling the camera “I’m on meth,” with a... Read more »
  • The US announcement that it will no longer view West Bank Israeli settlements as inconsistent with international law has provoked outrage in all corners of the globe, on humanitarian, legal, and common-sense grounds. The Trump administration’s controversial move on Monday reversed decades of US policy, contradicting numerous United Nations resolutions and international human rights conventions. In an effort to downplay the change, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the decision came as... Read more »
  • In what has already been dubbed the “best anti-smoking advert ever,” a Chinese transplant surgeon has shared a video of his team removing a blackened pair of lungs from a failed organ donor. Doctor Chen Jingyu, head surgeon of the transplant team at Wuxi People's Hospital in the Jiangsu Province, said the patient had died at just 52 years of age, after chain-smoking for 30 years. The man wanted his... Read more »
  • The interim government of Bolivia has tasked a special prosecutor with rooting out “subversives” in former President Evo Morales’ party, and dissident journalists have also been threatened with arrest, local media reports. A “special apparatus of the Prosecutor’s Office” has been created to root out “subversion and sedition” in Morales’ MAS (Movement to Socialism) party, Minister of Government Arturo Murillo announced on Sunday. He warned any leaders who might be... Read more »
  • Former Bellator and ONE Championship welterweight world champion Ben Askren has announced his retirement from MMA following his latest stint in the UFC. Askren announced his retirement on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show on ESPN on Monday as he called time on his decade-long career in mixed martial arts. The former NCAA Division I amateur wrestling standout earned a spot on the United States Olympic team earlier in his career before... Read more »
  • US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has announced a U-turn in policy toward Israeli settlements in the West Bank, declaring Washington no longer sees them as inconsistent with international law. Pompeo said the US will no longer adhere to the 1978 State Department legal opinion on the settlements, and insisted that it would not lead to the US' isolation from the rest of the global community on the issue.  The... Read more »
  • Hearing that the Americans “have become the bad guys” on the world stage was a “gut punch” to NBC News reporter Richard Engel, but Twitter quickly set the astonished journalist straight with some history and facts. Engel, NBC's chief foreign correspondent, was informed of this shocking news via various “sources” who complained to him about the Trump administration’s recent betrayal of the Kurds in northern Syria and the alleged “misogynistic” firing... Read more »
  • Pyongyang has made it clear that it will not agree to another high-level meeting between Chairman Kim Jong-un and the US President Donald Trump unless Washington changes its “hostile” policies towards the Asian nation. Talks between North Korea and the US on Pyongyang’s nuclear program, kicked off by a Trump-Kim summit in Singapore in June 2018, have failed to produce any meaningful results and improve bilateral relations between the two... Read more »
  • Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has warned it will quell public disturbances “decisively” if the riots that gripped the country following fuel price hikes continue. Any actions that “foment insecurity” or threaten the “calm and tranquility” of Iranian society “will be dealt with decisively,” the IRGC said in a Monday statement published by the local media. The powerful security force did not further elaborate on what exact measures would... Read more »
  • Former leader of Ecuador Rafael Correa believes his country’s national broadcaster suddenly cut its distribution of RT Spanish simply because the channel gave him a platform to air views critical of Lenin Moreno’s government. “I am very sorry, I feel bad, because I think the National Telecommunications Corporation has cut off RT’s broadcast because of me,” Correa, who hosts a weekly political talk show on the channel, said. In... Read more »
  • Renowned Canadian figure skating specialist Brian Orser, who has been coaching the two-time world champion Evgenia Medvedeva, said that losing to young, quad-jumping skaters is a reality she needs to face. In an interview with RT Sport the Canadian coach talked about quad-jumping revolution in women’s skating and how it affected Medvedeva, who hasn’t yet successfully landed a quad. READ MORE: ‘I wonder which place I will take in men’s event’:... Read more »
  • When Italy asked the world to help restore Venice after the worst flood in decades, some Russians didn’t waste time – donating one million euros in less than a day, the Italian ambassador to Russia has revealed. Italy's Pasquale Terracciano said that donations were made by “wealthy” individuals whose identities were not named. He also said a campaign of solidarity will be launched at Italy’s embassy in Moscow on Tuesday... Read more »
  • At least three people have been shot and killed at a Walmart in Duncan, Oklahoma, according to police. The person who opened fire at the store is reportedly among the dead. The shooting took place at the parking lot outside the Walmart Supercenter on Highway 81, according to Duncan Police Chief Danny Ford, with the first calls coming in to the police scanner around 9:54 local time. Local schools have... Read more »

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