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London anti-Trump rally: Gripping images that caught the mood (WATCH LIVE)
Photographers have come out in force as thousands of Londoners poured onto the streets of the UK capital to protest the visit of US President Donald Trump. Here are the highlights of what the protest had to offer. The Trump baby balloon caused quite a bit of consternation between those who thought it was crass and unjustified to [...]
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‘Highly likely thing’ becomes a rule in West’s Russia policy – Lavrov on Larry King show
The West’s Russia policy is built upon the infamous “highly likely thing,” Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told Larry King’s ‘Politicking’ show, saying this was epitomised by the alleged Russian ‘meddling’ and the Skripal affair. [...]
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‘Highly likely’ motto: West goes on offensive against Russia for Skripal poisoning
While the probe into the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal is still ongoing and no tangible results have been presented, the West seems desperate to put all the blame on Russia. And the arguments have become increasingly notable. [...]
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China Better Economic Choice Than US for EU
The United Kingdom and the European Union face a critical choice about the direction of future trade policies with the rest of the world. Should the EU deepen its already heavy exposure to the US even as the country turns inward, or should it begin to diversify its trade relations toward a less familiar albeit increasingly prosp [...]
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‘Expel the Israeli ambassador’: Irish FM blasted for double standards over Gaza and Skripal case
Ireland's foreign minister is being accused of hypocrisy for failing to expel Israel’s ambassador over the IDF killing 60 Palestinians on Monday, despite sending a Russian diplomat home over the Skripal case without evidence. Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Simon Coveney expelled a Russian diplomat in March followin [...]
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UK Has no Plans to Move Embassy to Jerusalem, Disagrees With US on Issue – May
The US Embassy in Israel will officially open in Jerusalem on Monday after its relocation from Tel Aviv. UK Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said that Britain has no plans to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and disagrees with the US decision to do it. [...]
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UK Foreign Sec.: London Tries to Protect Businesses in Iran From US Sanctions
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson vowed Monday that the UK will consider how to help European firms have confidence they can still do business in Iran. The UK and France are determined to preserve the essence of the Iran Nuclear Deal, Boris Johnson said. [...]
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Who we are, why we’re digging: Team probing Syrian war & Skripal poisoning case reveal all
Dismissed in the press, the academics behind the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media have found few outlets for their research. Despite this, they have extended their studies from the Syrian war to the Skripal case. Made up of 15 academics, researchers, and PhD candidates across the UK, the group was established to "fac [...]
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What’s Eating Albion? From Broken Colonial Dreams to Russia’s S-400 Market Win
Washington and London's attempts to isolate Russia through sanctions and smear campaigns have largely failed, foreign policy analyst Rakesh Krishnan Simha told Sputnik, explaining what is behind Britain’s latest effort to deepen the anti-Russia alliance over Moscow's response to the Skripal and Douma cases. [...]
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‘US & UK can stop Yemen war today, but they love Saudi money’
The US should be held accountable for the death of civilians in Saudi-led coalition airstrikes in Yemen, Yemeni journalist Hussain Albukhaiti told RT. As he spoke, he held up a US-made cluster bomb he said was found by children. The journalist spoke about the most recent airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition in the Hamdan distric [...]
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US, UK, France Strike Syria With Over 100 Missiles in Response to Alleged Chemical Attack
US, UK, France Strike Syria With Over 100 Missiles in Response to Alleged Chemical Attack. News, Analysis, Multimedia. On April 14, the United States, the United Kingdom, and France launched strikes on a number of targets in Syria in response to an alleged chemical attack in the city of Douma, a Damascus suburb. The US warships [...]
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Scotland Yard Yet to Find Suspects in Salisbury Case – National Security Adviser
LONDON (Sputnik) - The Metropolitan Police is yet to find suspects in the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia despite the conflicting media reports, UK National Security Adviser Mark Sedwill said. In April, The Sunday People media outlet reported that a former officer of the Russian Federal Secu [...]
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MSM peddling fake news & diverting public attention with Russia-bashing stories – Jon Gaunt (VIDEO)
The BBC and other mainstream media outlets have been slammed by a leading British journalist, who claims all they do is peddle the government’s “fake” narrative. Speaking to RT’s Bill Dod, radio host and journalist Jon Gaunt said he fears that disinformation is being spread by mainstream media outlets on a daily basis. [...]
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The Silence Of The Skripals – Government Blocks Press Reports – Media Change The Record
There has been no recent reporting on the Skripal case in which a British-Russian double agent and his daughter were poisoned in Salisbury, England. There even seem to be attempts to change the public record of the case. The British government alleged that the Skripals were poisoned by Novichok, a deadly nerve agent, and blam [...]
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Syria strikes: High tech killing power with “good intentions”
After allegations of a chemical attack in Syria, Western fighter jets were soon revving their engines, ready to unleash a "€œhumanitarian intervention."€ Chemical weapons inspectors were on their way to the Syrian town of Douma to investigate whether an attack had actually happened, but cruise missiles and tornado jets c [...]
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