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Opposition cries censorship as Spanish rapper jailed for insulting king & glorifying terrorism

The Spanish Supreme Court has upheld a decision to jail a rapper for three and a half years for a song deemed to have glorified terrorism and insulted the crown, sparking a debate about freedom of expression in the country.

‘It’s our grandson!’ 2yo boy returns from Iraq after family recognize him in RT video

A two-year-old boy, who was left stranded in Iraq, has been returned to Russia. His grandparents, who spotted Zaid in an RT video from an orphanage haven’t seen their daughter for months.

‘See if it fits’: Brief panic as SUV enters pedestrian passage in St. Petersburg (VIDEO)

Video footage has shown frightened pedestrians flee after an SUV casually entering an underground passage in St.

‘A gift from fate’: Child thought dead for 7 years reunites with family… thanks to bailiffs

A Russian couple who thought their baby had died shortly after birth were reunited with their child after more than seven years, thanks to bailiffs who had come calling to ask for money for the boy’s care.

Conservation chief turns rodent killer: NZ minister joins Million Dollar Mouse hunt

New Zealand’s conservation minister will join a crew on a month-long crusade to ensure the eradication of rodents on remote islands in the subantarctic.

Too many ‘happy white people’? Hungarian city outraged at exclusion from EU culture contest

A Hungarian city’s bid to become the European Union’s next “Capital of Culture” was allegedly rejected by EU officials because its video entry showed too many smiling, dancing, white Christians, the city’s mayor says.

‘Nabeel Rajab’s sentence is a slap in the face of the rule of law & human rights’

Nabeel Rajab’s sentence makes a mockery of justice, proving that Bahrain follows a reprisal policy against human rights defenders, senior advisor at the Bahrain Center for Human Rights Sheikh Maytham Al-Salman said.

Facebook climbdown: ‘Arrogant’ social media giant loses mountaineer battle

A small climbing enthusiast website called ‘Climbook’ has won its copyright battle against Facebook after Italy’s Ministry of Economic Development ruled that Mark Zuckerberg does not have exclusive use of the word ‘book.’ Read Full Article at

Turkey, Syria, US? ‘Whatever choice Afrin Kurds make, they will pay a very high price’

The Kurds and the Syrians were competitors, but in Afrin they are allies against Turkey, analysts have told RT.

US stance on East Ghouta shows ‘egregious double standards’ – senior Russian diplomat

The US position on the humanitarian situation in Eastern Ghouta, a militant-controlled suburb of the Syrian capital Damascus, is a clear example of "double standards," the Russian deputy foreign minister has said.

‘Narco-state’ Netherlands? Police union sends warning on overstretched resources

The Netherlands has started to resemble “a narco-state,” with criminals running a parallel economy, and law enforcement is struggling with resource shortages and poor facilities, the Dutch police union has warned.

Trouble in paradise: Maldives crisis locks China & India in tug-of-war

The Maldives is a tiny paradise nation, with a population of 400,000 and 10 times more sea than land.

Berlin train station evacuated over suspicious package

A railway station in central Berlin has been evacuated following the discovery of a suspicious package, police have confirmed.

Eye spy heart disease: Google retinal scan 'can diagnose cardiac problem'

Doctors could soon be using machine-learning to diagnose heart disease by scanning a person’s eye, according to a new study by Google.

‘Efforts paid off’: Pakistan wins last-minute reprieve over terrorist financing

Pakistan thwarted a US bid to put it back on a terrorist-financing watch list, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said on Tuesday, adding that Islamabad was given a three-month reprieve by an international watchdog.

Russian hunter skis for 10 hours through taiga at night to get help for injured friend

A hunt in taiga forest turned into a quest for survival for two Russian hunters after one was badly injured in a snowmobile accident.

Right-wing outrage as Twitter locks down accounts in ‘bot purge’

Conservative Twitter users are complaining of having their accounts locked in a reported “purge” of right-wing voices on the social media platform.

‘Thank you, Mama Merkel’: Syrian refugee lives with 2 wives, 6 kids on benefits in Germany

A documentary about a Syrian refugee in Germany, who happily lives on state handouts with his two wives and six kids, has angered many in the country where polygamy is against the law.

Philippines ‘very seriously’ concerned that US intelligence tags Duterte a ‘threat to democracy’

The presidential office in the Philippines has been seriously disturbed by the US intelligence community’s assessment that Rodrigo Duterte represents a “threat to democracy.” Read Full Article at