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- ‘I want to cut your throat’: Galloway beaten by pro-Israeli fanatic for Gaza viewsIn his first TV interview after release from hospital, British MP George Galloway told RT he is surprised by the lack of condemnation from other UK politicians of the brutal attack on him. The assault by a pro-Israeli man left Galloway in much pain.
- Be more Internet-tolerant, Iran’s Rouhani urges clericsIranian President Hassan Rouhani has called on the country’s clerics to be more tolerant of the Internet and new technologies. The hard-liners in the Persian country harshly oppose 3G, Facebook, and YouTube.
- UN: ISIS and govt forces guilty of atrocities in IraqIslamic State militants have carried out atrocities on “an unimaginable scale” over several months of fighting in Iraq, a UN official said in an emergency debate Monday. The UN agreed to send a commission to the country to investigate.
- Biblical scenes: Billions of locusts descend onto Madagascar capital (PHOTOS)Madagascar has been taken over by uncountable numbers of locusts. This year, the leaf munchers' invasion has not only brought fears of food shortages - the country's capital city residents are also at risk, as some catch the toxic insects for food.
- Secret FBI project trained Alaskans in preparation for Soviet invasionDeclassified documents reveal that in the 1950s the FBI trained Alaskan residents to become agents behind enemy lines if the Soviets invaded. No women, Eskimo, Indians or Aleuts were included, with native peoples considered unreliable.
- Russia outraged after Kiev accuses Moscow of nuclear attack threatsFollowing comments from Ukraine’s Defense Minister Valery Geletey of Moscow threatening with a nuclear attack on its neighbor, Moscow said it was shocked by the statement. Russia warned that such rhetoric only deepens the civil stand-off in Ukraine.
- 'My kids were inside this hell': Beslan hostages and families recall 3 days of school nightmareWitnesses of the Beslan massacre, where terrorists held over a thousand people hostage in a school building, recall the three days of horror back in 2004. A former teacher and a student told RT about what they went through 10 years ago.
- Drone gets peek at Apple’s new ‘spaceship’ campus (VIDEO)An Apple fan managed to get round the cordons preventing photos and flew a drone over Apple’s new site in Cupertino, California, revealing the massive scale and scope of the innovative and ambitious project.
- Green or clean? EU blacklists super-powerful vacuum cleanersThe EU has introduced a ban on powerful vacuum cleaners that run on 1,600 watts or more, which came into force September 1. Europe hopes it will help to save energy, but critics say the law is just meddling with private life.
- ‘Can you clone that?’ Putin has close encounter with mammoth Dima in Russia’s Far EastUpon meeting a 28,000-year-old mammoth mummy in a museum in the Russian Far East, Russian President Vladimir Putin wondered if the preserved soft tissues of the ancient animal could help clone it.
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