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- Ukraine humanitarian crisis ‘one of the world’s worst’ – UN refugee agencyThe rise in the number of refugees in the Ukrainian conflict is resulting in one of the world’s “worst humanitarian crisis” today, the UN has confirmed, as sporadic fighting and a lack of aid forces civilians flee to neighboring countries, mainly Russia.Read Full Article at RT.com
- Crooked Chicago cops put antlers on black man’s head in ‘trophy’ photo revealed by courtA shocking photo has emerged of two former police officers posing with a suspect dressed as a hunting trophy. The picture was unsealed by a Chicago judge as one of the officers fired over the incident appealed the decision.Read Full Article at RT.com
- Nebraska abolishes death penalty, overrides governor’s vetoLawmakers in Nebraska officially abolished the death penalty, overriding the governor’s veto and successfully countering his intense lobbying efforts on the issue. It is the first conservative state to end capital punishment since North Carolina in 1973.Read Full Article at RT.com
- No more than 4 coffees a day! EU sets new (lax) caffeine guidelinesThe EU has set generous recommended limits for caffeine consumption, after a comprehensive report failed to find significant health risks associated with the substance if imbibed in the usual quantities, either chronically or in one session.Read Full Article at RT.com
- Manning discusses fear of ending up at Gitmo in new op-edArmy leaker Chelsea Manning has written from prison on the fifth anniversary of her arrest about how she feared ending up being interrogated at Guantanamo Bay after she was taken into custody by the United States military in 2010.Read Full Article at RT.com
- Second Amendment 101: Texas moves to allow guns at universitiesA law restricting universities from banning the concealed carrying of handguns on campus received preliminary approval by Texas legislators. House Democrats tried to stall the vote on the bill, but gave up just minutes before the deadline.Read Full Article at RT.com
- ISIS issues propaganda magazine in RussianIslamic State has issued the first edition of a propaganda magazine in the Russian language. Appealing to the would-be terrorists, the publication features a "brief history" of the militant group and calls for readers to support it.Read Full Article at RT.com
- Virus as medicine: Genetically engineered virus can cure cancer, scientist learnA new study by UK scientists reveals that a genetically created herpes-based virus is an effective remedy against skin cancer. This virotherapy raises life expectancy for patients with aggressive melanoma and has fewer side effects than other treatments.Read Full Article at RT.com
- Live anthrax shipped across states, to S. Korea by accident - PentagonThe Pentagon says that live anthrax was inadvertently shipped across state lines from a military lab in Utah to nine other states and a military base in South Korea. However, a Department of Defense spokesperson says the public is not at risk.Read Full Article at RT.com
- Netanyahu demands ‘up to $45 bn’ in US military aid for Israel to deter Iran, Gulf StatesIsrael is hoping to receive $4.2-$4.5 billion a year in military aid from the United States for ten years, to counter the threat from Iran and oil-rich Middle East states that have been re-arming rapidly, a senior Israeli source has told Defense NewsRead Full Article at RT.com
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