RT - Daily news 3 April 2018

Hundreds of pro-Afrin supporters protest against UK support of Turkey (VIDEO)

Hundreds of people have marched in Central London to demand that the UK ceases its support for Turkey’s military campaign against the Kurds in Afrin, Syria. Read Full Article at RT.com

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‘The war isn't over’: Protesters burn Union Jack in fiery Falklands War remembrance (VIDEO)

Protesters have taken to the streets of Buenos Aires to burn the UK flag and to make their voices heard, with a clear message 36 years on from the Falklands War: “The war is not over and we are not dead.” Read Full Article at RT.com

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‘We have not established whether Salisbury nerve agent was made in Russia’ – Porton Down chief

UK scientists have been unable to prove Russia made the novichok nerve agent which was used to poison Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Israel migrant deal: Netanyahu operates ‘on his own will in his own world’

Benjamin Netanyahu’s U-turn on resettling migrants seems mainly to be a feeler going out to the domestic audience in Israel, as he tries to find the best options for him politically, Middle East analyst Jim Miles told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Aftermath of Saudi-led coalition airstrike which reportedly killed family of 12 in Yemen (GRAPHIC)

Graphic footage shows emergency workers carrying away charred remains in the aftermath of a Saudi-led coalition airstrike which killed at least 12 civilians, including seven children, in the Yemeni city of Hodeidah. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Transgender New Zealand weightlifter has ‘full support’ of Commonwealth Games organizers

Organizers of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, which are about to start in Australia, have said they respect the right of transgender New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard to take part in the event. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Putin critic Navalny launches ‘Working Title’ party to prevent Freemason hijack

Russian anti-corruption blogger turned politician, Aleksey Navalny, has announced his intention to register the “Working Title” party, explaining that the name is meant to prevent interference from the country’s top Freemason. Read Full Article at RT.com

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'Are there "right" Jews and "wrong" Jews?' Twitter rallies around Corbyn after Passover controversy

If Jeremy Corbyn thought he was dousing anti-Semitism accusations by spending Seder with Jewish group Jewdas, he thought wrong. His critics homed in on Jewdas' anti-Israel views, and accused Corbyn of "baiting mainstream Jews." Read Full Article at RT.com

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Trump defends Sinclair Broadcasting as ‘news script’ media scandal shakes America

President Donald Trump has again defended Sinclair Broadcasting after a video showing over 100 American news stations owned by the company reading from the same script went viral, with some even calling it Orwellian. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Tech stock selloff just getting started – market analyst

It’s another volatile week for technology stocks, which has sparked a broader selloff on Wall Street and pushed the market into correction territory. Some analysts say it is just the beginning of a longer downturn. Read Full Article at RT.com

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US to deploy 5 Ospreys to Tokyo base ahead of schedule despite Japanese calls to ground aircraft

The US military announced it will deploy five Air Force CV-22 Ospreys to a base in Tokyo, more than a year early. It follows a series of issues with the tilt-rotor aircraft, including a crash that killed three US marines. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Trains collide outside German city of Duisburg, casualties reported

Two trains have collided in Duisburg-Meiderich, Germany, according to a local transport company. At least 20 people were injured, two of them seriously, local media report. Read Full Article at RT.com

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MPs face anti-Semitism criticism after attacking Corbyn over Passover event with ‘bad Jews’

The tables have turned: Two MPs who slammed Jeremy Corbyn for breaking bread with 'non-mainstream' Jewish group Jewdas are being called anti-Semitic on Twitter for their apparent distinction between of "good Jews" and "bad Jews." Read Full Article at RT.com

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Serbia won’t support anti-Russian hysteria as long as Vucic leads country – minister

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Russia rebuilding Syria's energy sector

Russian oil and gas companies have started work on restoring and developing Syria's energy infrastructure, according to Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak. Read Full Article at RT.com

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'Our dream is stronger than ever': 36yrs after Falklands War, Argentina vows to reclaim islands

As Argentina remembered the lives it lost during the brutal 1982 Falklands War with the UK, its president has pledged to keep the effort to reclaim the islands alive. But the conflict dates from way before 1982. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Saudi oil tanker hit by Houthi rebels in Red Sea – coalition

A Saudi oil tanker has been struck by Houthi rebels in the Red Sea, west of Yemen’s Hodeidah, the Saudi-led coalition said. The vessel sustained "minor damage" and has continued on its route. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Philippines’ Duterte ready to reopen peace talks with Maoist rebels

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Moscow homebuying surges as Britain spooks wealthy Russians

The forced return of wealthy Russians from Europe as a result of explicit threats issued by UK authorities has boosted demand for premium property in Russia’s real estate market. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Suffocating on condoms & self-immolation: When internet challenges go wrong

The ‘condom challenge’ is the latest internet craze harming teens the world over. In light of this new stunt, RT.com takes a look back at some of the strangest internet crazes people willingly undertook on camera. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Khabib Nurmagomedov wants ‘legacy fight’ with St-Pierre next, but what does GSP think?

Khabib Nurmagomedov has said that if he beats Max Holloway and wins the UFC lightweight title, he will demand a fight against Georges St-Pierre. RT Sport looks at what the Canadian has previously said about a potential match-up. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Teacher’s adopted child taken away over classroom sex abuse claims – while he wasn’t even working

A teacher accused of groping female pupils had his newly adopted child taken away, although it later emerged all the claims were untrue. Read Full Article at RT.com

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John Pilger warns of war with Russia as West wages ‘propaganda’ battle (VIDEO)

Campaigning journalist John Pilger has warned that the current propaganda war being waged by the West against Russia and China could escalate into a “real” war if it continues. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Sanctions against Russia are 'absurd' & harm Italian industry – Northern League leader

The EU's anti-Russia sanctions are "absurd" and are causing "immeasurable harm" to Italy's economy, the leader of the Northern League party said, calling for an end to the economic restrictions. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Seed bank saved from war to serve Syrian agricultural resurrection

A major seed bank once based in the Aleppo countryside hopes to use its vast collection of crop samples to help Syria’s agriculture sector to recover after the devastation caused by seven years of conflict. Read Full Article at RT.com

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7 cities interested in hosting 2026 Winter Games, says IOC

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Netanyahu scraps deal on sending migrants to West, says Israel will continue to expel ‘infiltrators’

Israel has canceled a deal reached with the UN that would have relocated thousands of African migrants to the West, just a day after announcing the plan. Israel's prime minister said all "infiltrators" would still be removed. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Greek PM Tsipras urges Turkey to release 2 soldiers, stop escalating tensions

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‘The EU must be grateful’: Turkish PM says Ankara serves as bulwark against terrorism

The West should be grateful to Ankara for stopping terrorists from entering the EU, Turkey’s prime minister has said, following criticism from the bloc regarding the country’s offensive against Kurdish groups in Syria. Read Full Article at RT.com

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‘BBC crisis’: Adonis calls for Channel 4 to get license fee after Farage fish stunt

The BBC has breached its charter and continues to report Brexit with extreme bias, according to fierce new accusations from Labour peer and anti-Brexit campaigner Andrew Adonis. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Desperate audio of man being deported prompts calls for Home Office investigation

Disturbing audio captures the moment a man screams in desperation as he is forcibly removed from the UK in front of his family and passengers on a commercial flight to Turkey. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Duma mulls sanctions against Latvia over new law targeting Russian in schools

The Russian lower house has passed a statement decrying as “inadmissible” the Latvian ban on teaching in minorities’ languages in schools. The statement also warns Riga of potential reciprocal economic sanctions. Read Full Article at RT.com

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N. Korean FM holds talks with Chinese counterpart in Beijing, week after Kim visit

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We came ‘to let US know’ about close military ties with Russia – Chinese defense minister in Moscow

Beijing has sent a delegation to Russia to show Washington the unity of Russian and Chinese military forces and “support” Russia at the 7th Moscow Conference on International Security. Read Full Article at RT.com

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72 baffling bright & fast explosions spotted in space

Baffled astronomers are struggling to explain their discovery of 72 exceptionally rapid flashes of light which are unlike anything previously observed in space. Read Full Article at RT.com

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NATO crossed ‘red line’ with military build-up around Russian borders – envoy to NATO

NATO has crossed a line with its “unjustified” military build-up on Russia’s doorstep, Russian envoy to NATO Aleksandr Grushko has warned. He added that global security cannot be ensured without Russia. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Skripal poisoning might have been planned to justify NATO spending – Russian deputy FM

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Forced to watch ISIS execution videos: 4 siblings call authorities over ‘anti-white’ parents

Four children have contacted the authorities after their parents showed them Islamic State beheading videos. According to court documents, the Midlands children were taken out of school and were being “socially isolated.” Read Full Article at RT.com

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'Black Tuesday': French rail workers begin 1st day of rolling strikes to protest Macron's reforms

Three months of rolling rail strikes have started in France, in protest against reforms by French President Emmanuel Macron. Train services have been severely disrupted across the country. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Gold on course for $1,400 amid ‘winnerless’ trade war between US & China – market veteran

Price for gold bullion will soar to the highest level in nearly half a decade if global trade tensions escalate, says the head of Sprott US Holdings Rick Rule, a long-time resource securities investor. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Largest dinosaur ever left its mark on Isle of Skye, scientists discover monster’s massive footprint

Footprints from the largest dinosaur to have ever existed on Earth have been discovered on Scotland’s Isle of Skye. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Yemeni FM calls for peace talks, ports could be opened

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Ukrainian interior minister faces probe for barring Russian citizens from polling stations

Russia’s Investigative Committee has started a criminal investigation into Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov on charges of barring Russian citizens from voting in Ukraine during the presidential elections on March 18. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Great Depression 2.0? Worst Q2 start for US stocks since 1929

American stocks saw the worst start in April since the Great Depression, as Chinese retaliatory tariffs spooked investors in the world’s largest economy. Read Full Article at RT.com

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All-time greatest biathlete Bjorndalen announces retirement at 44

Legendary Norwegian biathlete Ole Einar Bjorndalen, who holds the career Winter Games medal record, has announcement his retirement from professional sport at the age of 44. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Investigation into 2017 St. Petersburg terrorist attack in final stage – agency

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Corbyn attends left-wing Jewish group’s Passover event... and is attacked regardless

After having anti-Semitic accusations hurled at him, Jeremy Corbyn is now being slammed for spending time with Jews. He attended a Passover celebration run by left-wing group Jewdas, copping ire from other Jewish groups and MPs. Read Full Article at RT.com

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‘Unpatriotic' for UK firms to attend Russian economic forum, claims US-born fraudster Browder

US-born British investor William Browder, who gave up his US citizenship to avoid paying taxes and was later convicted of tax fraud in Russia, has slammed BP boss Bob Dudley’s plans to attend the St. Petersburg Economic Forum. Read Full Article at RT.com

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RT WEEKLY TV AUDIENCE GROWS BY MORE THAN A THIRD OVER 2 YEARS; NOW 100MN – IPSOS

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Iran may enter Russia-led free-trade zone within months – Kremlin

Talks on creation of a free-trade zone between the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) and Iran have been finalized, according to Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Putin in Turkey to discuss next steps on Syria, S-400s & nuclear power

Russian President Vladimir Putin is in Ankara to meet his Turkish and Iranian counterparts. The trio will focus on Syria, days after the milestone liberation of Ghouta, as Moscow also finalizes joint projects with Turkey. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Indian govt withdraws move to crack down on journalists over fake news

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Queen’s 10-year-old grandchild spotted driving Land Rover around Windsor Castle

The 10-year-old son of Prince Edward has made headlines after he was spotted driving a Land Rover at a “reasonably fast” speed during the Easter weekend at Windsor Castle. Read Full Article at RT.com

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'Unchallenged US domination becoming a thing of the past' – Former Russian ambassador to US

Americans are not used to treating others with equal respect, and are trying to impose their "exceptional leadership" on Moscow, not fully aware that things have changed, Russia's former envoy to Washington, Sergey Kislyak, said. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Russian investigators accuse 2 Moscow residents of financing ISIS

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Passengers stranded as French strikes cause railway chaos

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