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Pope Francis showed his humorous side to a group of giggling Peruvian nuns after jokingly calling them “terrorists” and accusing them of using his visit as an excuse to escape their convents for a little while. Read Full Article at RT.com
Saudi Arabia may collect more than the originally planned $100 billion from the detainees in the world’s most luxurious prison – the Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh – Bloomberg reports, quoting its sources. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Central Bank of Russia (CBR) added 300,000 ounces (9.3 tons) of gold to its reserves in December, bringing the total yearly holdings to a record 1,838.211 tons, worth over $76 billion in monetary terms. Read Full Article at RT.com
The BBC is facing calls for an external audit after it was claimed the broadcaster may have used taxpayer funds to pay off employees who were victims of discrimination, harassment and bullying. Read Full Article at RT.com
A former pole dancer who backed out of a suicide pact and left a man to die alone has been jailed for four years. The court also heard emotional testimony from the victim's mother. Read Full Article at RT.com
Girls’ toilets have been made “unsafe” at a school in Liverpool after the entire wall was removed, leaving the cubicles exposed. The decision has promoted a walk-out and sparked outrage from parents who have demanded a U-turn. Read Full Article at RT.com
New forecasts from the International Energy Agency say the United States is on track to overtake Saudi Arabia as the second-largest oil producer in the world, just behind Russia, according to the organization’s report on Friday. Read Full Article at RT.com
The brain of a dead person was left in the abdominal cavity of another corpse in a mortuary blunder, new data reveals. The error was just one of hundreds of serious incidents in mortuaries that occurred over a three-year period.
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Julian Assange is an “inherited problem” for Ecuador’s new president, who described the WikiLeaks founder as having created “more than a nuisance,” just weeks after the country granted him citizenship. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Canadian climate is apparently too harsh for the US Navy, as one of its state-of-the-art vessels found itself trapped in ice in Montreal waterway and may spend the whole winter there before it can set sail again. Read Full Article at RT.com
The recent crash of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies was caused by an absence of regulation, one expert told RT. Given digital money doesn’t have intrinsic value, its price against fiat money doesn’t bear logical explanation. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russia’s biggest carmaker AvtoVAZ has delivered more than 300 of its Lada cars to Cuba. It’s the first shipment of Russian cars to the Latin American country in more than a decade. Read Full Article at RT.com
Crisis-hit UKIP could face a final, devastating blow from the man who saw the party shoot to its greatest successes, as Nigel Farage enters talks to return to the political arena. Read Full Article at RT.com
Despite the belief RT “gets orders” from the Kremlin, it enjoys more editorial freedom than many US media outlets which unquestioningly believe the authorities – despite being fed proven lies before, RT's editor-in-chief says. Read Full Article at RT.com