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- ‘He had a gun to my head’: Released RT stringer Graham Phillips tells of 3-day Ukraine captivityRT has managed to re-establish contact with Graham Phillips, a news contributor who was captured at Donetsk airport on Tuesday night while covering the Ukrainian conflict. Philips shared firsthand details of his three days in captivity with RT.
- Lloyds in 'late stage' of Libor settlement talks, victims remain unaddressedLloyds Banking Group (LBG) is nearing a settlement with US and UK regulators for its alleged role in the manipulation of Libor rates – the major interest rate benchmark that determines the cost of up to $350 trillion worth of global financial products.
- Brit accused of hacking the Fed hit with new charges by the FBIFederal authorities in the United States have unsealed their fourth set of charges in nine months against Lauri Love, a 29-year-old British man accused of hacking US government and private sector websites.
- Israel, Hamas agree to 12-hour pause in Gaza hostilitiesIsrael and Hamas have agreed to a 12-hour pause in Gaza hostilities starting at 7 a.m. Israeli time (0400 GMT) on Saturday. The US, as part of talks in Egypt, is pushing for a seven-day truce starting Monday.
- Legal pot use vs. homeowners’ associations: Sowing the weeds of discontentJust because pot is legal in your state, doesn’t mean you won’t get in trouble for smoking that doobie outside, even if you have a prescription for it. At least that’s what some homeowners’ associations (HOAs) are saying.
- ISIS militants blow up Prophet Jonas’ tomb in Iraq – videoThe shrine of Jonas – revered by Christians and Muslims alike – has been turned “to dust” near Iraq’s Mosul. Footage of the event was posted online, and witnesses said it took ISIS militants just an hour to stuff the mosque with explosives.
- Amputation instead of circumcision? Man sues hospital after surgeryAn Alabama man says doctors mistakenly removed his penis during what was supposed to be a routine circumcision procedure, and now he has filed suit against the physicians and hospitals involved.
- Ukraine: RT’s Peter Lavelle vs CNN’s Chris CuomoMH17 tragedy used to fight an information war.
- Google’s next data collection project: Human bodyGoogle’s research arm is planning an initial study of 175 people to collect anonymous health data from biological samples like blood and saliva in the process of creating individual genome databases that could eventually help fend off illness or disease.
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