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- Baggage loader hits passenger plane at Yekaterinburg airport: In Yekaterinburg, an accident occurred at Koltso... bit.ly/1shXUpt 14 hours ago
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- Putin: Instead of exceptionalism, USA sows chaos in the world: Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared on in... bit.ly/1vZjJAD 15 hours ago
- Russian ruble loses quarter of its value this year: Since the beginning of the year, the Russian ruble has los... bit.ly/1rsPrAD 18 hours ago
- Kremlin accuses USA of creating anti-Russian coalition: Valdai International Discussion Club continued working... bit.ly/1tqK8pM 19 hours ago
- What I say in Foreign Office on Middle East peace processIt is important to uphold the Egyptian-brokered ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian groups and to continue indirect negotiations in order to maintain a sustainable peace.
- California cop accused of stealing nude photos from woman’s cell phoneA California Highway Patrol officer has been accused of stealing nude photographs of a woman he pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence, and investigators recommend filing criminal charges against him.
- Putin’s Valdai speech reflects Russia’s ‘strategic clarity, coherent policy’Putin's speech at the Valdai Club reflects Russia’s overall strategic clarity of thought and a coherent long-term policy of resistance to the American monopolar unilateralism, foreign affairs analyst Srdja Trifkovic told RT.
- New York’s top cop calls hatchet assault a ‘terrorist attack’The hatchet-wielding man who assaulted four New York police officers in Queens conducted a terrorist attack, New York City police said.
- Silicon Valley company paid Indian employees just $1.21 an hourWhile many Americans fight for the government to increase the minimum wage across the country, one Silicon Valley company has now been penalized for paying some foreign employees dramatically lower wages.
- IDF kill Palestinian-American teenager in West BankA Palestinian-American teenager has been shot dead by Israeli troops who claim they were trying to prevent a “Molotov cocktail” attack amid clashes near Ramallah. The US State Department has called for a “speedy and transparent investigation.”
- ‘High performing’ Google exec quietly breaks stratosphere jump record (VIDEO)A new world record for the highest sky dive has been set by a senior Google VP who plummeted from 135,890 feet above the Earth, excelling daredevil Felix Baumgartner's record jump from the edge of space two years ago.
- S&P keeps Russia’s rating steadyStandard& Poor’s rating agency has held Russia’s sovereign rating steady at BBB- dismissing concerns of a possible downgrade to junk status and admitting Russia’s debt is “moderate” compared to most of the other major world economies.
- NY, New Jersey issue mandatory Ebola quarantine for risk travelersThe governors of New Jersey and New York have issued a mandatory quarantine for those travelers who have been treating or otherwise in contact Ebola-infected patients in West Africa.
- Three deputies, one civilian shot in CaliforniaAuthorities in California say they have arrested a suspect in a shooting spree that killed two police officers and injured a third, as well as one bystander.
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