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The US Air Force may ground around 100 of its A-10 Warthog jets already in 2018 fiscal year due to being unable to replace their aging wings in time, adding to the woes of the service, which recently halted flights of F-35s due to technical issues. Read Full Article at RT.com
Ten elderly people have now died at Florida nursing home that lost power during Hurricane Irma. The state suspended its license after finding “gross medical and criminal recklessness” in the care of its patients. Read Full Article at RT.com
As less than two weeks are left before the ban on Muslim face veils coming into force in Austria, a French businessman of Algerian origin called on Austrian Muslim women to defy the ban, offering to pay all their fines. Read Full Article at RT.com
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across France to protest a labor code overhaul that is set to be approved by the government of Emmanuel Macron on Friday, but lower numbers compared to previous demonstrations suggested that resistance is waning. Read Full Article at RT.com
President Donald Trump said Hurricane Maria “totally destroyed” Puerto Rico and promised a visit to the US territory, although he did not state when. The storm has resulted in 15 deaths, and at least 20 people are missing across the Caribbean. Read Full Article at RT.com
Facebook has reached agreement with the US Congress to release the ads purchased by a Russian agency during the 2016 presidential campaign, the social network said in a statement. Read Full Article at RT.com
San Francisco and Oakland, California have both filed lawsuits against five oil and gas majors, seeking damages for past and future damage caused by climate change in a move reminiscent of the Big Tobacco class action lawsuits of the 1990s.
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NATO is currently seeking to revive the Cold War climate instead of building a dialogue with Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in his speech at the UN General Assembly in New York. Read Full Article at RT.com
An Air Force Academy cadet, praised for his work with rape prevention programs, could be court martialled and jailed for up to 20 years if convicted of sexually assaulting another man.
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As less than two weeks remain until the ban on Muslim face veils comes into force in Austria, the authorities decided to inform the citizens and foreign nationals about it once again by issuing statements and distributing flyers. Read Full Article at RT.com
Vladimir Putin may secretly be on the side of Elon Musk in their indirect debate over the threat posed by artificial intelligence (AI). As Arkady Volozh, the head of Yandex, pitched him on the technology’s potential, the Russian president inquired about when AI ‘will eat us’. Read Full Article at RT.com
Eight people – six of them black – have been shot dead by St. Louis cops this year, already more than in any full year in the past decade. Police say a spike in crime is to blame, while protesters point to the unnecessary use of guns by law enforcement. Read Full Article at RT.com
Greenpeace activists have seized a cargo ship at Sheerness Port, Kent, to stop thousands of Volkswagen diesel cars from entering the UK. Just the latest stunt in a series spanning decades, but is the environmentalist NGO only doing good? Read Full Article at RT.com
Andre Ward, the world’s number one pound-for-pound boxer – noted for his two controversial wins over Russian boxer Sergey Kovalev – has retired from the ring aged 33, he announced Thursday. Read Full Article at RT.com
Police in Myanmar were forced to fire warning shots to disperse an armed crowd that attempted to prevent a shipment of aid from reaching displaced Rohingya Muslims in the northern state of Rakhine. Read Full Article at RT.com
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that gives the US broad new powers to sanction individuals, companies and financial institutions that facilitate trade with North Korea. Read Full Article at RT.com