Police shoot rubber bullets at Dakota Access Pipeline protesters - report

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There are reports of another standoff between state police and protesters against the Dakota Access Pipeline, where according to sources rubber and mace might have been used, with one protester being rushed to a clinic. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Below is a roundup of major events on Thursday, 19 October:
The fourth "congress" of European Armenians was held in Brussels on October 18-19 with the organizational support of the Armenian Diaspora
The Romanian Journalists Union SRJ MediaSind is asking the government to remove Minister of Culture Lucian Romascanu from office over his latest statements regarding the Romanian Television Broadcast
The National Bank of Ukraine on Thursday evening lowered the official hryvnia exchange rate by 7 kopiykas, bringing the national currency to UAH 26.49 to the dollar.
White House chief of staff John Kelly on Thursday defended President Donald Trump’s comments to the family of a fallen soldier. The president has faced criticism after he told the widow of U.S.
A new Congressional probe of the 2010 sale of U.S. uranium to Russia led by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is examining if the FBI alerted senior Barack Obama administration officials about
He may have triumphed in the 2016 election, but President Donald Trump continues to be hobbled by poor polling numbers. The latest figures to emerge suggest his re-election prospects, indeed his hopes
A man dressed as the Pokemon character Pikachu was arrested after trying to get onto the White House grounds, the US Secret Service has said. Read Full Article at RT.com
The National Assembly endorsed at first reading on Thursday two defence bills that aim to upgrade the Armed Forces and regulate soldiers' jobs.
According to the president, the Russian economy has been demonstrating growth for the fourth consecutive quarter
It was about 10 a.m. on Aug. 12 when the melee erupted just north of Emancipation Park in Charlottesville, Virginia. About two dozen white supremacists — many equipped with helmets and wooden shields
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) appears to be spearheading new trends in government reshuffles, now saying it has introduced its first Minister for Artificial Intelligence. Read Full Ar
The Bellingcat Joint Investigation Team (JIT), the Dutch-led criminal investigation into the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 (MH17) over Ukraine, has published a new photo of the Russian Buk m
Measuring technology company Dewesoft was named Entrepreneurial Star 2017 by the publisher Delo on Thursday. The company's long list of clients includes NASA, the Kennedy Space Center, Lufthansa,
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Moscow and Riyadh have no ideological contradictions that Saudi Arabia and the Soviet Union used to have, according to the president
The National Assembly failed to reverse an upper chamber veto on changes the criminal procedure act on Thursday. No coalition party but the ruling Modern Centre Party (SMC) would get on board for the
Investors in public buildings will have to allocate a small share of the total investment value into public artwork under amendments to the act on public interest in culture that the National Assembl
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Ukraine has used the territory for more than 20 years without sufficient legal grounds, the parliamentarian said
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In Putin’s opinion, "one can argue but one can’t show disrespect "
White nationalist Richard Spencer’s speaking engagement at the University of Florida appears to be fizzling as only a couple dozen supporters were met by thousands of protesters chanting, “
A new sports complex is to be built next to the Parque das Cidades ‘Estádio Algarve’ football ground on the Loulé-Faro border at a cost of over €1 million. The land is a grey area, shared by the two
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There’s mounting ‘evidence’ that Melania Trump has a ‘body double’ and was, in fact, not the same woman pictured beside husband Donald on the White House lawn this week. And by evidence
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Dogs who participated in this year’s Iditarod race, the world’s most famous dog sled event, have tested positive for a banned substance, it has been revealed. Read Full Article at RT.c
Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway on Thursday addressed controversy surrounding comments Donald Trump made to the widow of a fallen soldier, telling Fox News’ Harris Faulkner it’s “just the
Putin stressed that the relations between Russia and Europe should be based on mutual respect
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