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Dutch PM: Investigators access MH17 crash site, collect more remains
An international team of investigators has managed to recover more human remains from the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine, the Dutch prime minister has announced, adding that the number of remains is unspecified.

31.10.2014 20:21

Facebook peeping got Dane fired, court says it’s legal
If you’re getting distracted at work right now, you should know this: A Danish court has just ruled that firing an employee for updating his Facebook page while on the job was legal.

31.10.2014 14:09

Cameron’s vow to tackle tax avoidance ‘disingenuous and hypocritical’
Multinational firms which exploit loopholes to avoid paying tax in the UK will be pushed to “damn well pay,” David Cameron said on Thursday. The PM’s statement was denounced as “disingenuous” by global tax expert and UK economist Richard Murphy.

31.10.2014 16:43

​Cold turkey? Will the West survive ‘withdrawal’ from QE?
If all you ever did was look at economic figures you might be forgiven for thinking the global economy is beginning to pick up after the worst recession in living memory. But the reality is rather different.

31.10.2014 07:27

‘Moscow ends up at risk with Ukraine gas agreement’
It is not clear what Moscow gets out of a deal with Ukraine by selling gas below market price, and guaranteeing supplies to Europe while there are still sanctions and anti-Russian propaganda, Paul Roberts, former Assistant US Treasury Secretary, told RT.

31.10.2014 09:34

Hungary axes internet tax after mass protests
The Hungarian government has shelved a proposed tax on internet traffic after mass protests gripped Budapest. Earlier they suggested capping it, but this half-measure didn't appease the protesters.

31.10.2014 10:21

'MidEast not IKEA simple' - Israeli FM snaps at Sweden over Palestine
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman lamented Sweden's decision to recognize Palestinian statehood, saying the Scandinavian country was getting involved in an issue more complex that IKEA furniture.

31.10.2014 09:35

​Evil clown outbreak leads French town to ban them for Halloween
A French town has decided to ban clowns this Halloween after a wave of incidents involving freakish, terrorizing and sometimes violent clowns swept across the country.

31.10.2014 07:08

​Poland rejects US request to arrest film director Polanski
Polish prosecutors have interviewed Roman Polanski, but they decided not to detain him after the US sent Poland a request to arrest and extradite the famous filmmaker over a decades-old child sex offense.

31.10.2014 05:22

‘Establishment stitch-up’: Concern mounts over Iraq war inquiry report
Ministers have come under increasing pressure to name the date when the findings of Sir John Chilcot’s inquiry into the 2003 Iraq war will be published. A debate on the cost of the probe was held in Westminster Hall on Wednesday.

30.10.2014 16:14

Western media hysteria over Russia caused by East West divide
There is an ongoing tussle between the West and East originating from people losing confidence in the dollar and a lack of cooperation, which leads to trade, energy and media wars, Tony Gosling, investigative journalist, told RT.

30.10.2014 12:19

‘Ebola’ coffee cup puts plane on lockdown at Dublin Airport
An unidentified man who scribbled an Ebola warning on a cup of coffee caused quite a stir on a Dublin-bound flight. After putting the plane on lockdown for nearly an hour in the Irish capital, authorities determined that it was all a hoax.

30.10.2014 14:29

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