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Russia hysteria reaches fever pitch in US media as Trump-Putin summit looms

By ethan / July 11, 2018

Countless theories about Donald Trump’s ties to Moscow have become a US media obsession, with mind-numbing Russia hysteria fully embraced by ‘respected’ outlets ahead of the summit with Vladimir Putin, RT’s Murad Gazdiev reports. American media have performed dizzying feats of wild speculation in the run-up to the Helsinki meeting on July 16, perhaps best […]

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Russian dating app traffic surges as football World Cup fever rises

By ethan / June 24, 2018

The Moscow fan area set up in the iconic Vorobyovy Gory (Sparrow Hills) for the World Cup has been dubbed the “flirt-zone” with both Russian and foreign fans vying for each others’ attention. Dating apps have seen a significant surge in users since the tournament kicked off in the Russian capital last week.Tinder experienced a […]

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Israeli PM Netanyahu hospitalized with fever – reports

By ethan / March 27, 2018

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been taken to a hospital with a fever, local media have reported. Netanyahu’s symptoms include high fever and coughing and are apparently due to complications of a streptococcal throat infection, a correspondent for the Israeli daily Haaretz reported. Breaking: PM @netanyahu @ hospital with “high fever and coughs”. According […]

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Theresa May insists ‘I’m no quitter’ as Tory unrest reaches fever pitch

By ethan / January 31, 2018

Tory vultures are circling, and yet, despite plotting Conservatives waiting to pick at the bones of Theresa May’s authority, the prime minister has insisted that she is “no quitter” and will remain in position. Prime Minister Theresa May, who will visit China this week in order to strengthen diplomatic and trade ties for the UK’s […]

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Scarlet fever cases at unexplained 50-year high

By ethan / November 30, 2017

Published time: 30 Nov, 2017 04:13 Scarlet fever, the highly infectious, once-deadly disease last feared by parents of young children in the 1940s, has re-emerged, hitting a 50-year peak in England. After decades of decline the infection has been steadily rising in the UK since 2014, and by 2016 over 19,000 cases from 620 outbreaks […]

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