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The World Medical Association (WMA) held a two-day event to debate patient rights, treatment limitations, as well as differing perspectives on end-of-life care and the right to die. Surprisingly, Vatican City, home of the Catholic Church, hosted the event. Read Full Article at RT.com
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has rebuffed a NATO apology for what he called “impudence” during the alliance’s drills in Norway, where he was depicted on an “enemies chart.” The scandal led to the withdrawal of Turkish troops from the exercise. Read Full Article at RT.com
Rasool Samir, a student at Garden City Community College (GCCC), Kansas, who was dismissed from the basketball team following refusal to participate in the anthem ceremony, has filed a complaint for violation of his civil rights. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russian security services in St. Petersburg had to investigate dozens of bomb threats targeting President Vladimir Putin’s motorcade on Friday after anonymous callers, possibly from abroad, claimed that explosives had been planted along its route. Read Full Article at RT.com
Saudi police have reportedly arrested a man for talking to a woman during his lunch break in the city of Mecca. A video of the culprit wearing a mandatory hijab and having a word with a guy behind a popular fast-food restaurant has gone viral. Read Full Article at RT.com
The US Military has decided to seize artwork produced by detainees at Guantánamo Bay Navy Base and will no longer release prisoner artwork to the public. The detainees’ attorneys have said that the ultimate plan is to destroy it.
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The Russian Air Force continues its efforts to help the Syrian government completely eliminate Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Syria, with its long-range bombers having carried out a new successful airstrike on terrorists' positions. Read Full Article at RT.com
Workers unions across France have taken to the streets for the fifth consecutive day of protests against under-fire President Emmanuel Macron’s controversial labor reforms, which are due to take effect in January 2018. Read Full Article at RT.com
The US government shrugs off child abuse in Afghanistan but is more than happy to push a very “perverse” human-rights agenda in other countries, says former US diplomat Jim Jatras, pointing to a “complete double standard” in Washington’s rights policies. Read Full Article at RT.com
A UN panel met this week to discuss ‘killer robots’ amid concerns that not enough is being done to rein in and monitor advances in artificial intelligence. It agreed to define and set limits on weapons that kill without human involvement. Read Full Article at RT.com
The US does not consider itself constrained by the United Nations Security Council and might seek “justice” in Syria on its own terms, the US representative to the UN, Nikki Haley, has said. The US took similar action in Libya in 2011.
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Sprung from a church in 1950s Indiana, the People’s Temple was hailed by its charismatic founder Reverend Jim Jones as a vehicle for a utopia called Jonestown, where solidarity could thrive, sickness be cured, and the ills of the world left at the door. Read Full Article at RT.com
Hundreds of people joined a march held by the far-right Spanish Falangist movement. Some demonstrators were spotted giving Nazi salutes and singing fascist anthems as they marched through the streets of Madrid. Read Full Article at RT.com