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‘Extrajudicial execution’: UN slams 1.5yr sentence for manslaughter of wounded Palestinian


The 18-month sentence handed down by a military court to an Israeli soldier who shot a wounded Palestinian man dead last year was “unacceptable” and “excessively lenient,” the UN human rights office has said.

‘S. China Sea not the Caribbean’: Chinese media slams ‘reckless’ US behavior in disputed waters


Washington’s attempts to militarize the South China Sea and “tame the Chinese dragon” would see Beijing deploying weapons systems in the contested area, a state-run newspaper wrote in an op-ed addressed to the US military brass.

Syrian city of Al-Bab fully taken from ISIS – Turkish military


The Turkish military reports the ISIS stronghold of Al-Bab has been fully seized from terrorist control, according to a statement which comes hours after two car bombs claimed almost 70 lives in its vicinity.

Violence erupts in South Africa as police clash with anti-immigrant demonstrators (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)


Police used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse anti-immigrant protests in Pretoria, South Africa, after street clashes broke out among opposing groups armed with sticks, knives, and other weapons.

Turkey does not want ‘to gain control’ over Syria – Erdogan adviser to RT


Taking control over Syria is not a goal of the Turkish government, Ilnur Cevik, an adviser to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, told RT’s SophieCo show, adding that Turkey’s real aim is to defeat Islamic State (IS, former ISIS/ISIL).

#1917Live: Exhausted Russian Army on verge of turning against Nicholas II (VIDEO)


Poor logistics, high war casualties on the Eastern Front, and shortages of military equipment and food have left Russia’s capital Petrograd dangerously unstable in the latest developments from #1917Live, RT’s social media project in which we cover the events of 100 years ago in real time.

Spies on the rise: Swedish intel claims foreign covert agents found snooping at key sites


Foreign powers are taking greater risks to carry out espionage activity in Sweden as the country’s military intelligence agency says they have identified an increasing number of spies at “sensitive sites”.

Putin & Erdogan to meet in Moscow, visit planned for March 9-10 – Kremlin


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Saudi Arabia's first Comic Con penalized for 'violation'


Comic Con has come to Saudi Arabia for the first time, and is now being punished by the country's Entertainment Authority for an unspecified “violation.” Read Full Article at RT.com

Bosnian Muslims appeal UN top court's ruling which cleared Serbia of 1990s 'genocide'


The Muslim-Bosniak member of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s tripartite presidency is appealing the decision that cleared Serbia of genocide charges during the 1992-95 civil war.

Suicide blast kills at least 15 in Al-Bab, Syria – reports


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Turkish police disperse student protest after mistaking Spanish music for Kurdish songs


Police have broken up a gathering of students at Ankara University campus, protesting the mass expulsion of academics.

Chemical used in Kim Jong Nam killing identified as Vx nerve gas – police


The chemical used in the high-profile killing of the stepbrother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been identified as the Vx nerve agent, Malaysian police reported.

Germany's 'Negerball' charity event forced to change ‘racist’ name after internet outcry


The organizers of a longstanding German charity fancy-dress ball dubbed “Negerball” decided to change the event’s name after it provoked a heated social media discussion following a complaint filed by one user, who called the ball’s name “racist.” Read Full Article at RT.com

Not Russian hackers: Brit arrested for cyberattack on Germany blamed on Moscow


A UK national has been detained in London on suspicion of carrying out a cyber-attack last year that left 1 million Deutsche Telekom customers without service.

Islamist who planned to ‘blow up police or soldiers’ arrested in Germany


German police have detained a young man after finding chemicals used for making explosives in his apartment.

Turkey-backed Syrian rebels seize center of strategic town of Al-Bab


Syrian rebel fighters supported by the Turkish military have seized the center all of the strategic northern Syrian town of Al-Bab from Islamic State extremists (IS, ISIS/ISIL), according to the Turkish defense minister and rebel commanders.

‘Better to be an atheist’: Pope Francis takes aim at ‘hypocritical Catholics’


Pope Francis has said it is better to be an atheist than one of the “many” Catholics who live a “scandalous” hypocritical life.

Moscow hopes to revive Syria proposals discussed with Obama’s office – Russia’s UN envoy in Geneva


The new US administration hasn’t yet worked out its stance toward Syria, Aleksey Borodavkin, Russia’s envoy to the UN Office in Geneva, said, adding that the Russia-US agreement achieved under Obama can still be implemented – with slight modifications Read Full Article at RT.com


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