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- Some antibiotics with your Сheeseburger? Russia regulator probes McDonald’s over contaminated dairy productsRussia’s consumer watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor has opened an investigation into the quality of food products used at McDonald’s, in addition to a lawsuit that could ban some signature products from the Russian market, curtailing operations.
- ‘Yukos judgment marks true divorce between Russia and the West’The decision by the International Arbitration Court in the Netherlands is a political one and there is no mechanism that I am aware of for enforcing Russia to make the $50bn payment, energy asset manager Eric Kraus told RT.
- Two Americans contract Ebola, as fears of virus spread intensifyTwo US citizens helping to treat Ebola in West Africa - a doctor and an aid worker – are in intensive care, having tested positive for the deadly virus. Governments and airports across the region are struggling to curb the spread of the disease.
- With TTIP consumer protection will be a privilege of the richAt the end of last week, a draft chapter from TTIP was leaked to the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP).
- Russia should sue the United States for defamation of national characterWashington is leading a massive smear campaign in an effort to blame Russia for the downing of flight MH17 by firing off a tirade of unsubstantiated claims and outright lies. Moscow should seek legal recourse for slander in an international court of law.
- ‘The way US govt. released photos blaming Russia for Ukrainian strikes make me think it’s a fake’The US government has been desperate to produce information to back up its claims, but it would not release important information in such an unprofessional way if it was true, the head of the Institute for Political Economy Paul Craig Roberts told RT.
- ‘Moscow needs more mosques!’ – MuftisA senior spokesperson for Russia’s Council of Muftis has urged Moscow authorities to build more mosques in the city, saying this would prevent the overcrowding of city streets on major holidays.
- Russia must accelerate domestic military parts production – PutinRussia’s military-industrial complex should produce all components and materials domestically to alleviate contract and political risks, the Russian president said. Current ‘hard times’ will be beneficial for the industry at large, said Vladimir Putin.
- Dinosaurs' colossal bad luck: How they died and we survivedIf the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs had hit a couple of million years earlier or later, they might have survived and humans might never have existed, a new study says, suggesting dinosaurs were particularly vulnerable at the time of the impact.
- Kiev shells Ukraine Orthodox Church compound in GorlovkaUkrainian Orthodox Church facilities in Gorlovka, in the Donetsk region have come under artillery fire from Kiev forces. The attack caused casualties in nearby streets and damaged some church buildings, according to the Gorlovka diocesan administration.
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