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#1917LIVE: Leon Trotsky urges world’s proletariat to unite against bourgeoisie in Twitter Q&A2018-02-20
Leon Trotsky is a Marxist reformer destined to become a key figure in Vladimir Lenin’s circle. Although initially a Menshevik, his return from exile and reunion with the Bolshevik leader will cement his role as a key figure of the Russian Revolution.
Israeli settler kills Palestinian, injures journalist during rock-throwing protest – ministry2018-02-20
A Palestinian was killed by an Israeli settler who shot at protesters who were throwing rocks at his car, the Health Ministry of the Palestinian Territories says. An AP photographer was also injured by the gunfire.
Israeli university declines to play anthem at graduation to respect Arabs2018-02-20
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has lashed out at a university for choosing not to play the Israeli national anthem at a graduation ceremony, out of respect for Arab students. The leader called the move shameful.
23 civilians killed in suspected Saudi-led coalition airstrike in Yemen – report2018-02-20
At least 23 civilians, including six children, were mistakenly killed in Yemen in a suspected Saudi-led coalition airstrike, according to media reports.
Israel-US security ties to remain strong despite claims of Trump-Russia leaks – defense minister2018-02-20
Israel says its deep, significant security relationship with the US will remain unaffected amid claims that Donald Trump shared classified information with Russia, which he allegedly received from Tel Aviv.
McMixed directions: ‘Racist’ sign in Turkish at McDonald’s in Germany slammed as ‘segregation’2018-02-20
A bilingual sign at a McDonald’s fast-food chain restaurant has been branded racist. The one in Turkish sends customers to a bad neighborhood, while the German one points to an upper-class area.
Berlin drafts 8 locations for airbase after Turkey bars German lawmakers from visiting Incirlik2018-02-20
Germany is considering eight locations where it could relocate aircraft supporting its mission against Islamic State if Turkey continues to block German lawmakers from visiting troops at the Incirlik airbase, Berlin’s defense minister has confirmed.
Putin ready to provide records of Trump-Lavrov talks to prove no secrets were leaked2018-02-20
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he is ready to provide records of the recent meeting between US leader Donald Trump and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, where US media claim state secrets were leaked.
WhatsApp messaging app suffers brief outage worldwide2018-02-20
The popular Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp has been suffering technical problems worldwide. It’s the second major outage the messenger has experienced in just two weeks.
‘Nazi slut’: German court rules ‘satirical’ insult of AfD leader is acceptable2018-02-20
Calling a far-right politician a Nazi slut on television is perfectly acceptable, according to a German court, which ruled that a TV presenter was being satirical when he said those very words about an Alternative for Germany (AfD) politician last month.
Burger King in court amid outrage over flyers at Dachau concentration camp2018-02-20
The museum at the infamous Dachau concentration camp is at war with a local Burger King, embroiled in a legal battle over the fast-food restaurant's practice of handing out flyers in the parking lot of the memorial site.
Russian church leader asks UN, Pope to intervene with Kiev over 'discriminatory' religious2018-02-20
The head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, has appealed to a number of international religious and political leaders, asking them to not let Kiev enforce its recent initiative that might see Orthodox religious communities diminished in Ukraine.
‘Entirely preventable’: Aid agencies blame Yemen blockade, economic collapse for cholera outbreak2018-02-20
Leading international organizations including Red Cross and the UN have pointed to the Saudi-led blockade and bombing campaign over the past two years as central causes behind the cholera epidemic that has already taken over 180 lives.
ISIS destroys ancient artefacts as campaign against Syrian heritage sites continues (VIDEO)2018-02-20
An account linked to Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) has released footage of jihadists destroying what they claim are ancient artefacts because they are symbols of satan worship.
Putin undecided on what melody to play for Trump2018-02-20
Vladimir Putin said he hasn’t decided what to play for his US counterpart, Donald Trump, when the two finally meet. The Russian President was asked after being filmed playing the piano in China over the weekend.
Afghan police chief violently beats asylum seekers rejected by Denmark – report2018-02-20
An Afghan police chief violently beat two asylum seekers who were rejected by Denmark and were being transported to Kabul on board a Danish National Police aircraft, a police report says, as cited by the media, adding that Danish officers were present during the attack.
All in the mind? Study says being drunk doesn’t change your personality as much as you think2018-02-20
US researchers got a group of test subjects tipsy and asked them and neutral observers to record how their personalities changed. While drinkers thought they turned nicer and more open-minded, outsiders said they became more sociable, but otherwise stayed the same.
Indian court to decide if 10yo girl can have abortion after being raped by stepfather2018-02-20
The fate of a 10-year-old girl who fell pregnant after reportedly being raped by her stepfather lies in the hands of an Indian court, which will decide whether she can have an abortion or be forced to deliver the child.
‘There is no potential for any conflict in the Arctic’ – Lavrov2018-02-20
Russia is working to develop the Arctic as a region of peace and stability, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has told the Arctic Council in Alaska, but expressed regret at the lack of security cooperation between member states over the last few years.
China’s lunar ambitions move step closer with simulated ‘space cabin’– media2018-02-20
China has taken one step closer to its goal of putting people on the moon, creating a simulated space cabin where eight volunteers will live, rotating two shifts over the course of a year.
Migrant NGOs accused of colluding with human traffickers in Mediterranean2018-02-20
Doctors without Borders (MSF) is under investigation over allegations it facilitates illegal immigration as debate rages in Italy following accusations, backed by the government, that NGOs are colluding with Libyan people smugglers.
McDonald’s employee in Turkey splashes boiling water on boy for ‘disturbing customers’2018-02-20
A female McDonald’s employee in Istanbul splashed boiling water on a child who was allegedly disturbing customers. The fast food chain acknowledged the unfortunate events, calling them unacceptable.
Putin reacts to Comey's dismissal: What do we have to do with it? I'm off to play hockey2018-02-20
President Vladimir Putin has been asked to comment on the recent firing of the FBI director James Comey. Putin was surprised with the question at an ice rink in Sochi, being asked if the axing of the head of the FBI would affect bilateral relations between Moscow and Washington.
Turkish President Erdogan urges US to reverse decision to arm Syrian Kurds2018-02-20
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he hopes the recent US decision to arm Syrian-Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State will be reversed by the time he flies to Washington for a meeting with President Donald Trump next week.
‘Papa throws a bomb and goes to jail’: Belgian textbook for migrants comes under fire2018-02-20
A textbook aimed at teaching French to newly-arrived immigrants has stirred controversy in Belgium after it was found to contain references to bomb-throwing and imprisonment, local media reports.

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