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  • Brussels ‘gang-bang’ organizer spills details of gay orgy featuring Hungarian MEP
    The self-professed organizer of the notorious lockdown-breaching ‘gang-bang’ in Brussels claims all participants were extremely careful, and that he was blissfully unaware that an MEP was in attendance. Speaking to local media, David Manzheley claims that he regularly hosts orgies in his flat and that the event made for ... read more
    Source: Rus RT 1Published on 2020-12-02
  • Sudan’s Oil Reserves Estimated at 6 Billion Barrels, Undersecretary of Energy Ministry Reports
    KHARTOUM, (Sputnik) - Undersecretary of the Sudanese Ministry of Energy and Mining Hamed Suleiman Hamed said that his country's oil reserves are estimated at 6 billion barrels, indicating that his ministry has prepared 25 square kilometers for immediate investment by both local and foreign companies. ... read more
    Source: Rus Spt 2Published on 2020-12-02
  • France bringing in checks to stop coronavirus-carrying skiers from crossing border
    Prime Minister Jean Castex has announced that France will conduct random border checks to stop people infected with coronavirus from crossing its borders, as holidaymakers prepare to travel abroad to European ski resorts. The measures are aimed at leveling the playing field between French resort operators and those in ... read more
    Source: Rus RT 1Published on 2020-12-02
  • To the Moon & Back: What Does the Future Have in Store for Trump’s Space Force, Artemis Programme?
    Donald Trump's ambitious military and civilian space programmes may undergo certain changes should ex-Vice President Joe Biden occupy the Oval Office, say space policy specialists Dr Namrata Goswami and Ian Whittaker, explaining how the next administration is likely to shape the US space agenda. ... read more
    Source: Rus Spt 2Published on 2020-12-02
  • Israel backs preliminary bill to disband parliament, paving way for the fourth election in 2 years
    Israeli politicians have passed a proposal to dissolve parliament and hold early elections in 2021 after the opposition slammed Benjamin Netanyahu's management of the coronavirus pandemic. On Wednesday afternoon, Lawmakers voted 61-54 in favor of dissolving the 23rd Knesset, which would trigger the fourth election in just two years ... read more
    Source: Rus RT 1Published on 2020-12-02
  • Austria to open schools, shops and ski slopes as country eases Covid-19 lockdown for Christmas
    Ski lifts will be allowed to operate in Austria from Christmas Eve, and primary schools and shops will reopen from Monday, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has announced as the country plans to relax its coronavirus lockdown. A 10-day quarantine is to be imposed on people entering Austria from countries where ... read more
    Source: Rus RT 1Published on 2020-12-02
  • ‘Don’t involve race in sports’: Japanese rage over Nike’s anti-racism advert with tennis star and BLM advocate
    A controversial advert by sports-gear giant Nike, which aimed to highlight the struggles faced by some mixed-race children in Japan, has left many Japanese unimpressed and others angry. Nike, which sponsors biracial Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka, released the two-minute clip over the weekend. Dubbed ‘Keep Moving: Yourself, the ... read more
    Source: Rus RT 1Published on 2020-12-02
  • Afghan govt & Taliban reach preliminary deal paving way for peace talks
    The Afghan government and representatives of the Taliban have jointly announced reaching a preliminary deal to push on with peace talks, which could precede discussions on a political roadmap for both parties. The first written agreement between the two sides marks a breakthrough after 19 years of war. "The ... read more
    Source: Rus RT 1Published on 2020-12-02
  • Fire Breaks Out at Equinor Plant in Norway, Firefighters Say
    Norwegian firefighters reported on Wednesday that a fire had broken out at Equinor's plant at Tjeldbergodden. ... read more
    Source: Rus Spt 2Published on 2020-12-02
  • SpaceX will land on Mars in two years, humans in four-to-six years, Musk says
    SpaceX founder Elon Musk has revealed that the aerospace company has extraordinary plans to send its first craft to Mars by 2022, with humans heading to the Red Planet just a few years later. Musk expounded on his company’s Mars plans during a wide-ranging interview while collecting the Axel ... read more
    Source: Rus RT 1Published on 2020-12-02
  • Hillary Loyalist & DNC Apparatchik: What’s Behind GOP & Progressives’ Distaste for Neera Tanden?
    Joe Biden's decision to pick Neera Tanden, the president of the think tank Centre for American Progress (CAP), as his director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has raised eyebrows on both sides of the political spectrum. British and American observers have discussed Tanden's nomination and hurdles in ... read more
    Source: Rus Spt 2Published on 2020-12-02
  • Public Must Stay Vigilant Amid ‘Onslaught’ Of Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Sales, Cybercrime, Interpol Says
    People were urged to remain vigilant, skeptical and safe against potentially harmful websites as "offers which appear too good to be true usually are", a top global police coordination agency said in a statement on Monday. ... read more
    Source: Rus Spt 2Published on 2020-12-02
  • Iran Reportedly Adopts Law on Boosting Nuclear Activities, Will Pass It to Government
    Tehran stopped adhering to the provisions of the 2015 nuclear deal in May 2019 due to the US withdrawal from the accord and introduction of sanctions against the Islamic Republic. Iran noted that since the remaining signatories had failed to protect it from the US sanctions, it's no longer obligated ... read more
    Source: Rus Spt 2Published on 2020-12-02
  • Putin Asks Russian Government to Start Mass Vaccination Against COVID Next Week
    Moscow previously planned to start mass vaccinations against COVID-19 in 2021 and make it voluntary. Last week, Russia began mass coronavirus vaccinations among its armed forces personnel, planning to vaccinate over 400,000 servicemen in total. ... read more
    Source: Rus Spt 2Published on 2020-12-02
  • Rouhani Slams Iranian MPs for ‘Harmful’ Nuclear Revival Plan, Adopted After Top Scientist’s Killing
    The bill adopted by Iranian MPs would have suspended UN inspections and required the government to resume enriching uranium to 20 percent if European countries fail to shield Tehran from the US sanctions imposed by President Donald Trump after he left the Iranian nuclear deal in 2018. ... read more
    Source: Rus Spt 2Published on 2020-12-02
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