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‘Still looking for Iraqi WMDs?’ & other most memorable quotes from Vitaly Churkin

On many occasions over the decade that he served as Russia’s ambassador to the UN, Vitaly Churkin has countered attacks by Western diplomats with a pointed turn of phrase.

Germany aims to verify asylum seekers’ identities by searching mobile phones

The German Interior Ministry is proposing a new law that would provide authorities with access to personal cell phone data of asylum seekers without a warrant or consent for a more precise and quick identity check, local media reports.

Plane crashes near Melbourne airport, 5 people on board - Victoria Police

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Moscow’s recognition of Donetsk, Lugansk passports doesn’t contradict international law – Kremlin

Moscow’s recognition of the passports of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions of eastern Ukraine isn’t at odds with international law or the Minsk agreements, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in response to a statement by Ukraine’s president.

Diplomats' job more hectic than ever, but we like being busy – Churkin to RT in his last interview

RT's interview with Vitaly Churkin, Russia's Ambassador to the UN, was the diplomat's last TV interview.

5 people injured in Istanbul cafe shooting – report

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Teenage Syrian refugee on trial in Germany over ISIS bomb plot charges

A 16-year-old Syrian refugee has gone on trial in the German city of Cologne over charges that he planned a bomb attack on behalf of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).

Assange must reduce ‘meddling’ in US policies while in Ecuadorian embassy – Moreno to RT (EXCLUSIVE)

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is sheltered in Ecuador’s embassy in London, should reduce meddling in the policies of countries Ecuador has friendly relations with, the frontrunner for Ecuador’s presidential elections, Lenin Moreno, told RT.

‘No Africanization here’: Milan’s palm trees burned following right-wing protests (VIDEO & IMAGES)

A group of recently planted palm trees outside Milan’s Duomo cathedral was set on fire on Sunday, shortly after protests by nationalist movements opposed to the perceived “Africanization” of the area.

Diplomats shocked by sudden death of Russian UN envoy Churkin

Russia’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, has died suddenly in New York, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

Russian ambassador to UN Vitaly Churkin dies – Foreign Ministry

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Danes fighting for ISIS in Syria receive disability benefits at home – report

Danish citizens fighting alongside Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorists in Syria have allegedly been receiving sickness and disability benefits from their government, according to a report.

‘Viva España!’ Hundreds of migrants cross into Spanish territory from Morocco

Some 300 migrants have broken through a fence into a Spanish territory in North Africa, arriving on EU soil with bloodied hands and torn clothes.

US intel ‘routinely taps Russian ambassador’s communications’ – Lavrov

US intelligence services have made it clear to the media that they regularly tap the communications of the Russian ambassador to the US, says Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

Iran launches ‘smart & advanced’ rockets during military exercises

Iran's Revolutionary Guards have launched sophisticated rockets during military exercises, according to Tasnim news agency.

4 Russian servicemen killed in car blast in Syria – MoD

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Saudi arms imports up 212% amid Yemen campaign, US & Europe top suppliers to Mid East – report

Saudi Arabia, which is leading a military intervention in Yemen, is the world’s second-largest arms importer, according to a new report.

High 5: NASA picks new technology to test for future space exploration

From cell calibration to regolith behavior, NASA has chosen five pieces of promising space technology to test on low-gravity-simulating aircraft, which will help understand how effectively they will work outside the lab.

N. Korea denies man killed in Malaysia airport was Kim Jong-un’s half-brother

North Korea’s envoy to Malaysia has denied that the man killed at Kuala Lumpur airport last week was the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, saying the Malaysian police’s murder investigation cannot be trusted.

Trauma of war & betrayal in E. Ukraine will take decades to heal, locals say

As Ukraine marks the anniversary of the 2014 coup in Kiev that led to conflict in the east of the country, RT spoke to people in Donbass who see themselves as having been betrayed by their fellow countrymen.