RT - Daily news 1 April 2018

Erdogan calls Netanyahu a ‘terrorist’ in wake of Gaza deaths

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has launched a blistering attack on Benjamin Netanyahu, calling his Israeli counterpart the “leader of a terrorist state” following the deadly shooting of protesters in Gaza. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Recognizing transgender identities reduces depression and suicidality, study shows

The transgender community has fought for the right to use adopted names in everyday life and on social media. Now, a new study has revealed that using a transgender person’s chosen name helps to combat depression. Read Full Article at RT.com

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10 killed after car crash triggers Indian hotel collapse (PHOTOS)

Ten people have been killed and two others injured after a hotel collapsed near a bus station in the central Indian city of Indore. Read Full Article at RT.com

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4 dead after tropical cyclone hits Fiji – local media

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Over a dozen killed in clashes across Kashmir

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Germany’s Tornado warplanes ‘unsuitable for NATO missions’ – report

A classified German Defense Ministry report says the country’s fleet of Tornado fighter jets may be unsuitable for conducting NATO missions, several media outlets said. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Netanyahu says Turkey in no position to lecture ‘world’s most moral army’ over violent Gaza clashes

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu said Turkey is in no position to lecture the IDF on its conduct during violent clashes in Gaza. He said Israel had “the most moral army” and dismissed Ankara’s criticism as an April Fool’s Day joke. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Russia & China to merge satellite tracking systems into one global navigation giant

Moscow and Beijing will team up to create an integrated navigation system based on Russia’s Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) and the Chinese BeiDou. The system will cover most of Eurasia. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Russian embassy in UK warns citizens about possible provocations in Britain

The Russian embassy in London has warned citizens traveling to Britain that they may face possible provocations, such as the “insertion of foreign objects” into their luggage, seizure of electronic equipment, and even detention. Read Full Article at RT.com

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‘Time for excuses is over’: Gerry Adams urges Ireland to expel Israeli diplomat over Gaza violence

Gerry Adams, the former Sinn Fein leader and an instrumental figure in the Northern Ireland peace process, has called on the Irish government to expel the Israeli ambassador. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Israeli defense minister describes calls for probe into IDF use of force ‘hypocritical’

Israeli officials have rallied behind the IDF after calls at home and abroad for an independent probe into its use of force against Palestinian protesters at the border of the Gaza Strip on Friday. Read Full Article at RT.com

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‘Blasphemous act’: Editor faces 15yrs in jail after posting masked image of Thai kings online

The editor of a magazine in Thailand could face criminal charges after sharing an image of three statues of ancient kings wearing gas masks ahead of an air-pollution protest in the northern city of Chiang Mai. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Is the cryptocurrency market quietly dying out?

The skyrocketing price of bitcoin gave rise to ethereum, ripple and other altcoins. However, the bullish market, which has spawned over 1,500 cryptocurrencies, has turned bearish, and some cryptos are imploding. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Dozens receive minor injuries after 5.3-magnitude earthquake strikes western Iran

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Planes carrying Russian diplomats expelled from US arrive in Moscow

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South Korea, US kick off joint military drills after month-long delay

The US and South Korea began joint war games on Sunday, involving naval, ground, air and special operations forces. The drills, originally set for March, will see 11,500 US and 300,000 South Korean servicemen taking part. Read Full Article at RT.com

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