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‘God crucified? F**k, how unimpressive!’ Duterte says his Jesus would’ve burned all non-believers

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The Philippines’ eccentric leader has shared his views on the cornerstone tenets of the Christian faith, calling the Holy Trinity doctrine “silly” and claiming that it was “unimpressive” for a true god to get himself crucified. In his latest tirade against the Catholic Church, Duterte started off by mocking the Holy Trinity, the Father, Son, Read More

Persecution & intimidation: Fate of Russians in US prisons casts shadow on American justice system

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As Washington continues detentions of Russians across the world the plight of those, who have already fallen into the clutches of the US authorities, raises suspicion about the true colors of the US justice system. In mid-December, yet another Russian citizen was detained outside of Russia’s borders – this time in Finland – at the Read More

‘They don’t come to have life’: Israel pushes to separate migrant couple with 8-month-old baby

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A pair of Indian caretakers who recently had a baby in Israel are caught in the crosshairs of an immigration agency that is pushing one of them to leave, as it believes migrants can’t “have life” in the Jewish state. Israel’s Population and Immigration Authority (PIA) believes migrants can’t enjoy anything but working for their Read More

Fukushima prosecutors demand TEPCO execs get 5 years for negligence that led to nuclear meltdown

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Japanese prosecutors have demanded the top three executives at Tokyo Electric Power Company receive five-year prison sentences for failing to take measures to prevent the disastrous triple meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear plant. Ex-TEPCO chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata and former vice presidents Ichiro Takekuro and Sakae Muto have all pleaded not guilty to charges of professional Read More

Putin watches 'fireball' Avangard nuclear missile launch

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Vladimir Putin has overseen the launch of Russia’s new nuclear-capable missile system, comparing it to “a fireball”. The Russian President watched from the Defence Ministry’s control room as the country’s military test-fired an Avangard missile. He said “it heads to target like a meteorite, like a fireball”. Image: The end of the missile could be Read More

Ukraine army’s Chechen allies openly admit having Islamic State links – report

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Islamic State-trained militants are fighting alongside a state army in a European country, the Times reports – but that detail is buried in an article talking about how Putin is a common enemy of Ukrainians and Chechens. Framed as an inside look at what’s driving Chechens to join Kiev’s “anti-terrorist operation” against the breakaway republics Read More

First Putin-Trump meeting of 2019? Russian president may attend World Economic Forum in Davos

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Russian President Vladimir Putin may attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Switzerland, the Kremlin has hinted on Wednesday. Putin has not attended the prestigious business and political meeting since 2009. “There is an old, constantly renewed invitation for Putin to come to Davos,” presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists. He added that the final Read More