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Locust double threat: insects eat crops, people eat insects


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.

Russia outraged after Kiev accuses Moscow of nuclear attack threats


Following 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.

'My kids were inside this hell': Beslan hostages and families recall 3 days of school nightmare


Witnesses 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.

Green or clean? EU blacklists super-powerful vacuum cleaners


The EU has introduced a ban on powerful vacuum cleaners that run on 1,600 watts or more, which came into force September 1.

‘Can you clone that?’ Putin has close encounter with mammoth Dima in Russia’s Far East


Upon 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.

‘Stockpile toilet paper!’ Japanese urged to buy more tissues to avoid being wiped out in a quake


Cautious Japanese are making sure they won’t be literally caught with their pants down next time an earthquake rumbles into town.

Zero G sex space mission: All geckos on board Russian satellite found dead… but happy?


All the geckos onboard Russia’s Foton-M4 satellite as part of an experiment on how zero gravity affects reproduction have died, the Russian Academy of Sciences reported as the spacecraft returned to Earth.

‘Partner and Target’: NSA spying on NATO ‘friend’ Turkey


Documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden show that Turkey is one of the agency’s top spying objectives, on a par with Venezuela and more than arch-foe Cuba – despite Ankara’s close cooperation with Washington on intelligence.

Putin: I hope common sense prevails in ‘war of sanctions’


Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he hopes Russia and the west can return to normal cooperation from the current mutually damaging “war of sanctions,” as Europe ponders whether it should go further in penalizing Moscow.

Donetsk, Lugansk Republics ready to remain part of Ukraine, seek special status


At talks in the Belarusian capital, the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics have urged Kiev to acknowledge their autonomy within Ukraine, but said they wish to remain an integral part of the country.

Protesters storm state TV in Pakistan, try to reach PM’s residence


Demonstrators against Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seized a state TV station, briefly taking it off air, before government troops regained control.

‘I don’t feel guilty’: Single surviving Beslan terrorist unrepentant 10 years after tragedy


Nurpashi Kulaev, the only surviving terrorist from the group that attacked a school in Russia’s town of Beslan 10 years ago, leading to the deaths of 186 children, told RT Documentary he was just obeying orders and had no remorse for what he had done.

3 days in hell: Russia mourns Beslan school siege victims 10 years on


September 1 marks 10 years since one of the most horrifying terrorist attacks in Russia, the Beslan school siege which saw over 300 people, 186 of them children, killed.

Massive privacy breach? Dozens of celebrities’ nude pics leaked online (NO PHOTOS)


​Dozens of celebrities could be affected by what appears to be the largest privacy breach in history in which the anonymous perpetrator released a handful of stars’ nude photos and shared a list of the alleged victims of the hack.

‘Royal family dominates courts’: Bahrain arrests high-profile human rights defender


A prominent human rights activist Maryam Al-Khawaja was arrested shortly after arriving in Bahrain to check on her father, who is hunger striking in prison along with thousands of sentenced activists, a key opposition figure Nabeel Rajab told RT.

Facing ‘abstract threat’ Germany to arm Iraqi Kurds against Islamic State


Germany is facing an “increased abstract threat” stemming from hundreds of people who joined extremists in Syria and Iraq and may eventually return to hit Germany, domestic intelligence warns, as Berlin approves arming Kurdish forces deterring IS in Iraq.

​Human Rights Watch, London's Foreign Press Association call for Andrey Stenin release


Human Rights Watch and London’s Foreign Press Association have called for the release of Russian photo journalist Andrey Stenin, and information on his whereabouts.

On cosmic budget: NASA’s Opportunity to roll around Mars for 2 more years


The US space agency is going to extend the Opportunity Mars rover’s mission no matter what, sources in NASA told the media.

Gaza reconstruction will take 20 years, says UN-backed authority


A UN backed construction authority has said rebuilding Gaza’s battered and neglected housing stock will take at least 20 years as thousands of houses were razed or suffered damage in Israel’s Protective Edge operation.


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