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March 29, 2015 21:59
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L) and Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (R) share a light moment before a meeting at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel in Lausanne, Switzerland March 29, 2015. (Reuters / Brendan Smialowski / Pool)
‘I’m not paid to be optimistic’ – Lavrov at Iran talks
Speaking ahead of Iran nuclear talks on Sunday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told journalists he is “not paid to be optimistic.” Though yet another deadline to reach a deal is fast approaching, no decision was announced over the weekend.
image from HART BOVEN HARD Facebook page Tens of thousands march against austerity in Brussels
Rainy weather in Brussels did not stop tens of thousands of people from protesting against austerity measures introduced by the new Belgian government. Attendance estimates from police and organizers differed sixfold.
Reuters / Christian Hartmann 70 women, including 9 schoolgirls, left Germany to join ISIS – report
More than 70 German women, nine of whom are schoolgirls, have left their home country for Syria and Iraq to join the Islamic State, the president of the German Domestic Intelligence Service (BFV) said.
Royal Saudi Air Force jets. (Reuters / Fahad Shadeed)
Arab League agrees to create joint Arab military force - Egypt’s president
Arab leaders have agreed to form a joint military force at a Sharm el-Sheikh summit, hosting Egyptian President Abdel Sisi has announced. The meeting was dominated by the situation in Yemen, where Saudi Arabia leads a bombing campaign against rebels.
Hematite in Capri Chasma (Image Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / University of Arizona) Top 10 breathtaking Mars pics taken from orbit
Mars exploration isn’t all about Curiosity and Opportunity rovers. NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has snapped loads of beautiful hi-resolution images of the red planet's surface since 2006.
Reuters / Anindito Mukherjee 1,000 arrests: Indian police candidates hire impersonators to pass entry test
More than 1,000 people have been arrested in northeastern India as they came to a police recruitment exam with fake documents, local media said. It appears the detained people were hired by applicants to pass the physical fitness test.
Dancers from Russia's Igor Moiseyev Ballet perform in a charity show at the Palace of Culture in Amman May 22, 2012. (Reuters / Ali Jarekji) ‘Dancing is pain’: Igor Moiseyev ballet dancers take RT backstage
The Igor Moiseyev Ensemble is widely acclaimed to be among the world's top dance companies. RT went backstage with its dancers to find out what it takes to stay true to the high standards set by one of the 20th century's greatest choreographers.
A worker for the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) cleans findings at an archaeological dig in a future construction site in Tel Aviv, where fragments of ancient basins were unearthed, March 29, 2015. (Reuters / Nir Elias) Beer up: Ancient Egyptian brewery found in Tel Aviv
Pieces of ancient Egyptian beer-brewing pottery dating back 5,000 years have been found during archeological excavations in Tev Aviv among ruins of an Egyptian settlement.
Department of Immigration photograph of the Manus Island centre (Image from Wikipedia) Thousands march in 12 Australian cities to demand end to country’s ‘cruel asylum-seeker policies’
A crowd of 15,000 people marched through downtown Melbourne to demand the Australian government close the immigrant processing centers in Nauru and Manus Island, following harsh criticism of human rights abuses by PM Tony Abbott’s government.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (Reuters/Gary Cameron)
‘Iran wants to conquer MidEast’: Israeli PM slams prospect of nuclear deal
The possible signing of a deal on Iran’s controversial nuclear program is “dangerous” as it may be the only thing Tehran lacks to establish control over the whole of the Middle East, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu says.
Reuters / Ben Nelms ​Canadian cop smashes car window, drags out driver (VIDEO)
A Vancouver police sergeant smashed a motorist's window before physically removing the driver from his car, a freshly shared video shows, prompting legal experts to question the limits of police behavior in such situations.
Kim Dotcom (Reuters / Nigel Marple) Mega downer: Kim Dotcom loses $67mn of assets to US govt
Megaupload streaming service mogul Kim Dotcom has just been slapped with a civil penalty from the US government. The lawsuit will cost him $67 million worth of assets, including cars, property and luxury goods.
A French Gendarmerie rescue helicopter flies over the debris of the Airbus A320 at the site of the crash, near Seyne-les-Alpes, French Alps March 27, 2015. (Reuters / Emmanuel Foudrot)
‘Open the damn door!’ Germanwings captain’s desperate plea to Lubitz revealed
The captain of the doomed Germanwings plane shouted at his co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, “Open the damn door!” as he desperately tried to return to the cockpit. The harrowing plea has been revealed by the black box recording of the flight’s last minutes.
Japanese research whaling mother ship Nisshin Maru enters Shimonoseki port in Yamaguchi Prefecture. (Reuters / Kyodo) ‘First time in 30 years’: Japan whaling ships return from Antarctic trip EMPTY
Two of Japan’s whaling ships have returned home from Antarctic with no catch onboard for the first time in nearly 30 years, local news reported. The news comes after a UN court ordered an halt to Japan’s annual “scientific” whale hunt.

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