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November 28, 2014 14:10
Large antisubmarine ship "North Sea" at the pier in the port of Severomorsk. (RIA Novosti/Mikhail Fomichev)
Russian battleships in the English Channel, say they’re training
Russia’s Northern Fleet has been conducting naval training near Dover. Two battleships and two supply vessels worked on operations and communications in conditions of adverse weather and heavy marine traffic.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk (R) listens to explanations as he inspects the "Wall" project, which should reinforce the border with Russia, near Hoptivka border checkpoint in Kharkiv region, October 15, 2014. (Reuters/Andrew Kravchenko) 25 years after Berlin Wall: Ukraine building barrier on Russian border ‘unacceptable’
The notorious "Wall" project is in full swing in Ukraine, with border guards burning the midnight oil digging anti-tank ditches and other fortifications along the Russian border.
An actor performs in Brett Bailey's "Exhibit B" during the July 2013 International Theatre festival of Avignon, in southern France (AFP Photo/Franck Pennant) ‘No to human zoos:’ Protesters cause havoc at Paris ‘anti-Apartheid’ show
A performance art exhibition in Paris about the horrors of Apartheid, colonialism and extreme racism has backfired on its organizers. Over 100 protesters attempted to overrun the venue and stop the show.
Reuters/Vesa Moilanen/Lehtikuva Same-sex marriages get green light from Finland’s MPs
The Finnish parliament has approved “gender-neutral” unions by a narrow margin, bringing it in line with other Nordic nations and becoming the 12th European nation to do so.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman (AFP Photo/Menahem Kahana) Israeli FM suggests paying Israeli Arabs to forfeit citizenship
Israel’s Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has proposed giving financial incentives to Israeli Arabs to encourage them to forfeit their citizenship and move to a new Palestinian state.
Vladivostok amphibious assault ship of the French Mistral class in the docks of SNX France. (RIA Novosti/Alexey Filippov) Hi-tech gear stolen from Russia’s Mistral warship in France
Electronic equipment, including hard drives and a device operating the helicopter carrier’s communications system, has been stolen off the Mistral ship built for Russia in the French port of Saint-Nazaire.
Police officers stand near wreckage at a scene of multiple bombings at Kano Central Mosque November 28, 2014. (Reuters) At least 120 dead in Nigeria mosque suicide bombing
Suicide bombers followed up by gunmen have killed at least 120 people and wounded 270 others in a mosque, which was the place of worship of Nigeria's top anti-Boko Haram cleric.
Former NBA basketball star Dennis Rodman (Reuters/Marcos Brindicci) ‘If a kid had a toy gun at you, what would you do?’ Dennis Rodman speaks to RT about Ferguson
Former basketball star and NBA record-holder Dennis Rodman spoke to RT about the latest unrest in Ferguson, the jury’s verdict in the case, and his attitude towards Russians.
nvestigators watch as a piece of wreckage from the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 is transported at the site of the plane crash near the village of Hrabove (Grabovo) in Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine November 20, 2014. (Reuters/Antonio Bronic) Malaysia excluded from MH17 probe – for 'not pointing fingers at Russia'?
The country that owned the shot down MH17 jet, which was carrying a number of Malaysian citizens and was flown by a Malaysian crew, has been excluded from the criminal investigation due to its political neutrality, the nation's media reported.
AFP Photo/Emmanuel Dunnand Danish stomachs left churning after hospital food prepared in cement mixer
A food company from Denmark has been supplying food to hospitals after preparing it in a cement mixer. The discovery was made by the country’s food watchdog who said the levels of hygiene at their production facility were “abysmal.”
Reuters/Fabrizio Bensch Sex please! Danes vow to save town schools by having more kids
As schools and daycare centers in a Danish town face closure, parents have agreed with local councils to have more sex and thus make more children to improve birth rates, local media report.
Reuters/Michael Dalder Hunger-striking asylum seekers climb trees to evade German police
Several refugees in central Munich climbed trees to avoid police dispersal of a protest. Despite frigid temperatures, they held a five-day outdoor hunger strike to create awareness of their housing problems and their legal status.
Danish Parliament  (Image from, author - Julian Herzog) Denmark hopes vote on Palestinian sovereignty can lead to peace in Mid-East
Denmark is the latest EU nation set to hold a vote to recognize Palestine. Politicians hope a ‘yes’ vote will rekindle peace talks between Israel and Palestine, and it could go a long way to Copenhagen formally recognizing Palestine.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (AFP Photo/Stephane De Sakutin) Foreigners ‘like seeing our children die’, can’t help with Mid-East, says Erdogan
Muslim countries are able to solve their problems on their own, the Turkish president believes. He says far from offering help, the West is actually exploiting “conflicts in the Middle East” and only cares about the region’s riches.


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