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Liz Wahl quitted on the air, saying the RT network whitewashes the actions of President Vladimir Putin

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Russia Today US anchor Liz Wahl quitted on the air Wednesday afternoon, saying the Kremlin-funded network “whitewashes” the actions of President Vladimir Putin. Liz Wahl, who works out of the network’s Washington, D.C. offices, began her televised resignation by referencing co-worker Abby Martin, who made headlines by denouncing Russian intervention in Ukraine earlier this week....

Anatoly Moskvin, 45, is said to speak 13 languages and has been described as a "genius"

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Anatoly Moskvin, a historian and journalist has been dubbed the Russian grave-robber after 29 female bodies that he dressed up as dolls were found at his apartment. Anatoly Moskvin, 45, is said to speak 13 languages and has been described as a “genius”. According to Ministry of Interior spokesman Valery Gribakin, Anatoly Moskvin from the Volga River city of Nizhny Novgorod dug up the...

Fourteen Greenpeace activists have been charged with piracy by the Russian authorities

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Fourteen Greenpeace activists have been charged with piracy by the Russian authorities. They were among a 30-strong crew on a Greenpeace ship that was protesting against oil drilling in the Arctic. The group was arrested last month after two of the protesters tried to board an oil platform owned by the Russian state-controlled firm Gazprom. Greenpeace has called the charges “irrational, abs...

Police arrested prominent Russian opposition leaders at a rally against President Vladimir Putin in Moscow

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Police arrested prominent Russian opposition leaders at a rally against President Vladimir Putin in Moscow Police arrested prominent Russian opposition leaders at a rally against President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. Blogger and activist Alexei Navalny said on Twitter he had been detained at the rally in Lubyanka Square, which was banned by the authorities. Fellow opposition leaders Ilya Yashin, K...

Russian opposition activist Taisiya Osipova has been jailed for possession of heroin for 8 years, double the sentence requested by the prosecution

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Russian opposition activist Taisiya Osipova has been jailed for possession of heroin for eight years – double the sentence requested by the prosecution. Supporters of Taisiya Osipova, 28, say her trial was politically motivated. Taisya Osipova said the drugs were planted in revenge for her refusal to testify against her husband, Sergei Fomchenkov, a leader of the Other Russia movement. Her...

Russia's upper house of parliament has approved Vladimir Putin's request for Russian troops deployment in Ukraine

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President Vladimir Putin’s request for Russian forces to be used in Ukraine has been approved by the upper house of parliament. Vladimir Putin had asked that Russian forces be used “until the normalization of the political situation in the country”. Russia’s Black Sea Fleet is based in the Ukrainian region of Crimea, where many ethnic Russians live. Kiev has reacted angril...

A Topol RS-12M missile was launched from Russia's Kapustin Yar test range near the Caspian Sea to the Sary Shagan range in Kazakhstan

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...isis with Ukraine. Moscow is in de facto control of the Crimean peninsula after troops thought to be Russian or pro-Russian took control of strategic points in recent days. Troops are surrounding Ukrainian military bases and other installations, while two Ukrainian warships are reported to be blocked by a Russian ship in the port of Sevastopol. Russian President Vladimir Putin has denied the troop...

Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhina has been freed early from prison in Russia under an amnesty

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..., but they have known since last week that their release was imminent under an amnesty agreed by the Russian parliament. On Friday Russian former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky – once Russia’s richest man – was also pardoned and freed after more than 10 years in prison for fraud and tax evasion. The amnesty deal, unanimously approved by the State Duma in Moscow last week, covers...

Ukraine's PM Mykola Azarov said the decision to suspend a deal on closer EU ties and sign a Russian aid agreement instead has helped avoid bankruptcy

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Ukraine’s PM Mykola Azarov has told ministers in Kiev that the decision to suspend a deal on closer EU ties and sign a Russian aid agreement instead has helped avoid bankruptcy. The government’s surprise U-turn on an EU association agreement last month has sparked weeks of mass demonstrations. But Mykola Azarov said the package from Russia would provide stability. Russia has agreed to...

A Russian court has held a pre-trial hearing in the case against late anti-corruption lawyer Sergei Magnitsky

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A Russian court has held a pre-trial hearing in the case against late anti-corruption lawyer Sergei Magnitsky. The court said the trial would start on March 4. It is believed to be the first time in Soviet or Russian history a defendant has been tried posthumously. Sergei Magnitsky was arrested in 2008 after accusing officials of tax fraud but was later himself accused of those crimes. His death...

Peter Willcox, the captain the seized Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise, has been granted bail by a court in northern Russia

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The detained captain of Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise and other two British activists have been granted bail by a court in northern Russia. Peter Willcox previously captained Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior ship when it was blown up by French agents in harbor in New Zealand in 1985. Britons Alex Harris and Kieron Bryan were also bailed along with Dutch national Faiza Oulahsen. Nine other fore...

A breakthrough discovery has been made by Russian scientists after they drilled down through four kilometres of Antarctic ice to Lake Vostok that has been sealed for the last 20 million years

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...ners then went to Argentina to surrender, it was claimed. A breakthrough discovery has been made by Russian scientists after they drilled down through four kilometres of Antarctic ice to Lake Vostok that has been sealed for the last 20 million years Microbiologists say that the lake could offer a glimpse of unique life forms. The project has been closely watched by both NASA and the Russian Spac...

The Japanese government has approved the first trial of stem cells produced from a patient's own body

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The Japanese government has approved the first trial of stem cells produced from a patient’s own body. Stem cells can become any other part of the body – from nerve to bone to skin – and are touted as the future of medicine. Researchers in Japan will use the cells to attempt to treat a form of blindness – age-related macular degeneration. The Japanese government has appro...

The Casual Vacancy, JK Rowling’s first adult book, is due to be published on Thursday

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JK Rowling said her next novel would be for adults and it seems she has succeeded. Days before its official launch, excerpts from JK Rowling’s first book in the post-Harry Potter era have begun to emerge online – and it is clear that it is for grown-up eyes only. While the full text of The Casual Vacancy is a closely guarded secret, an American journalist who has read it in the offices of publish...

An US nationwide survey released by the Anti-Defamation League found that 15 per cent of US adult population hold deeply anti-Semitic views

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An US nationwide survey released today by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) found that 15% of US adult population – nearly 35 million adults – hold deeply anti-Semitic views, an increase of 3 per cent from a similar poll conducted in 2009. According to experts, old stereotypes about Jews and money appear to be more widely accepted among Americans as the downturn in the economy persists. 2011 Surve...

One spot thought by some to destined to escape the end of the world is the mountain of Bugarach in southern France

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Thousands of people across the world have been preparing for what they believe will be the end of the world on December 21, according to a Mayan prophecy. The date is the apparent end of the “long count” calendar of the ancient Mayan civilisation. Believers have gathered in Mexico near Mayan ruins, and in other supposedly spiritual places around the world. Chinese police have arrested...

Thousands of websites in Europe are expected to be in breach of a law that dictates what they can log about visitors

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...each of a law that dictates what they can log about visitors. European laws that define what details sites can record in text files called cookies come into force on 26 May. Cookies are widely used to customize what repeat visitors see on a site and by advertisers to track users online. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said it would offer help to non-compliant sites rather than ta...

North Korea sent an invitation letter to UN nuclear watchdog three months after Kim Jong-Un came to power following the death of his father, Kim Jong-Il

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UN nuclear inspectors have been invited to North Korea for the first time in three years, the country’s chief nuclear negotiator Ri Yong-Ho has confirmed. Ri Yong-Ho said the aim of the move was to implement a deal with the US. North Korea last month agreed to suspend nuclear and long-range missile tests in return for food aid. It also agreed to allow UN inspectors in, the US said. The invi...

Egypt’s army has moved into key sites in Cairo hours after its ultimatum passed for President Mohamed Morsi to resolve a political crisis

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Egypt’s army has moved into key sites in Cairo hours after its ultimatum passed for President Mohamed Morsi to resolve a political crisis. Tens of thousands of pro- and anti-Morsi protesters have gathered in areas of the capital, as Egyptians await a televised statement. Opposition figure Mohammed ElBaradei and religious leaders will make this statement, the state news agency said. Before the dea...

Israel has attacked several Syrian military sites in retaliation for a bombing that wounded four of its troops in the occupied Golan Heights

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Israel has attacked several Syrian military sites in retaliation for a bombing that wounded four of its troops in the occupied Golan Heights. Among the targets were a headquarters, a training facility and artillery batteries, the Israeli military said. The Syrian army had “aided and abetted” the attack on a patrol near the ceasefire line on Tuesday, it added. There has been no comment...

Moscow has blocked access to four anti-Putin websites.

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...new reports, Moscow has blocked access to four anti-Putin websites. Alexei Navalny’s blog, two news sites and one run by Garry Kasparov were blocked on the orders of Russia’s prosecutor general’s office. In a statement, it said the blocks were imposed because of the sites’ role in helping stage recent illegal protests. Critics said the blocks were just the latest in a series of...

The Department of Homeland Security advised the public to change passwords for sites affected by the flaw once they had confirmed they were secure

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The US Department of Homeland Security has warned that it believes hackers are trying to make use of the Heartbleed bug. It advised the public to change passwords for sites affected by the flaw once they had confirmed they were secure. However, an official added that there had not been any reported attacks or malicious incidents. The alert comes as several makers of net hardware and software reve...

Cracker Jack'D is a new version of Frito-Lay's classic ballpark snack which contains caffeinated wafers called power bites

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...their classic snacks – caffeine – making Cracker Jack’D a product strictly developed for adults . Branded Cracker Jack’D, a new version of Frito-Lay’s classic ballpark snack will contain caffeinated wafers called “power bites”. Containing 70 mg of caffeine per 2 oz package, Frito-Lay says the soon-to-be released product is developed strictly for adults. Despite keeping thei...

Brazilian newspapers ban Google News from using their online content

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...news stories, to raise curiosity and get readers to click on the full story on the newspapers’ sites. But the ANJ says the experiment has failed. Among the 154 titles that have pulled out from Google News are some of the country’s most important news sites, such as O Globo and O Estado de Sao Paulo. At a recent meeting of the American Press Association in Sao Paulo, Google defended its...

North Korea has threatened to shut down Kaesong Industrial Complex reiterating the state of war with South Korea

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...open to obtain hard currency. In another development, some of North Korea’s main government-run Web sites were disabled on Saturday in what news media reports said were cyber attacks. The disabled sites included those of Naenara, the government’s official Web portal; Air Koryo, the state-run airline; and Voice of Korea, Pyongyang’s international broadcast outlet. North Korea Tech, a Web site that...