The fighters involved in this weekend's UFC 251 event are beginning to arrive in Abu Dhabi for «UFC Fight Island,» and rivals Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal were in closer proximity than even they realized ahead of fight night. Read Full Article at RT.com
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The adviser to the head of Russia’s space agency, Roscosmos, was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of treason. Formerly a journalist, Ivan Safronov was working at Roscosmos for two months. Read Full Article at RT.com
The reported outbreak of bubonic plague in Mongolia and China is not considered to pose a high risk, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said, adding that it is closely monitoring the situation. Read Full Article at RT.com
At least 21 people have died and 15 have been left seriously injured after a bus carrying high school students veered off a road, broke through a guardrail and sank into a reservoir in southwest China. Read Full Article at RT.com
India’s Commerce and Industry Ministry is considering stricter scrutiny of goods coming from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, South Korea, and the Asia bloc. The move aims to stop banned Chinese imports coming through these countries. Read Full Article at RT.com
US video conferencing platform Zoom has joined Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and Telegram in suspending data requests from Hong Kong authorities following the enactment of the new national security law. Read Full Article at RT.com
Historical texts and discussions that might go against Beijing’s desired narrative are being erased as officials impose “patriotic education.”
Unlike countries in Europe, the US failed to get the first wave of Covid-19 under control and is now ‘knee-deep’ in a new surge of it, according to the country’s top epidemic adviser Anthony Fauci. Read Full Article at RT.com
Actor Terry Crews faced an angry backlash after voicing concerns about the radicalization of the BLM movement. His clash with CNN’s Don Lemon on why black-on-black crime is not part of the agenda split society even further. Read Full Article at RT.com
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has confirmed Washington is considering a ban on Chinese social media apps, including the ultra-popular TikTok, apparently inspired by a similar ban in India and Australia’s threat to do the same. Read Full Article at RT.com
At least two protesters were left clinging to a vehicle for dear life after they attempted to block the car from driving through the scene of a protest in Bloomington, Indiana, videos posted to social media show. Read Full Article at RT.com
US immigration authorities have warned foreign students at colleges offering online-only courses that they must transfer to schools with in-person classes or face deportation. The rule has students and many professors up in arms. Read Full Article at RT.com
Hisham al-Hashimi was among the world’s top experts on the Islamic State and an adviser to the Iraqi government.
The newly oil-rich Caribbean nation is entering the fifth month of a tense standoff after a disputed election.
Experts say they believe a bomb caused last week’s mysterious explosion at Iran’s main uranium facility. But it is unclear how badly the country’s nuclear program was set back.
This week, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is greeting the world leader who has perhaps been the most demeaning to Mexico — during a pandemic and a U.S. election year.
After going months without a trace of the virus, Prince Edward Island, home to around 157,000 people, is testing the waters of a cautious reopening, even as some countries rethink their leniency on internal travel.
Ex-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has signed with Disney to produce a documentary about his life for ESPN Films. His growing net worth isn’t sitting well with those sick of his victim persona, however. Read Full Article at RT.com
The US strike that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was not justified by any ongoing or imminent attack on American interests and violated the UN charter, according to UN rapporteur on arbitrary executions Agnes Callamard. Read Full Article at RT.com
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov noted that Moscow does not regard the United States as a partner who is able to negotiate and lost trust in Washington as a contractor
This statement was addressed to the forces in South Korea that «came out to offer »a helping hand« allegedly to solve the DPRK-U.S. relations which are getting more and more complicated»
Jair Bolsonaro has passed a test for COVID-19 and the result is expected on July 7
China's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Zhang Jun noted that this Chinese decision contradicted the US policy
The Independence Day weekend turned deadly across the US as 77 people were shot in Chicago alone, continuing a spate of violence that has plagued largely black neighborhoods amid anti-racism protests focused on police brutality. Read Full Article at RT.com
Watch a special episode of the documentary series ‘Dagestan: Land of Warriors’, which serves as a tribute to the life of Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, the father and coach of UFC champion Khabib and Russia's leading MMA trainer. Read Full Article at RT.com
CNN has taken cancel culture to a new level, pushing to police everyday language, some of which has nothing to do with racism, and they are not the only mainstream media outlet raising alarms with critics of political correctness. Read Full Article at RT.com
The white woman who became the poster child for white privilege when she called 911 on a black birdwatcher in New York’s Central Park has been charged with filing a false report. But the internet wants more punishment. Read Full Article at RT.com
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has ordered National Guard troops to deploy in Atlanta, after rioters ransacked the state police headquarters. Shootings in the city have doubled in the wake of protests against police brutality. Read Full Article at RT.com
Cox, Utah’s lieutenant governor, bested Jon Huntsman, the former governor and 2012 presidential candidate who stepped down as U.S. ambassador to Russia last year.
After initial refusals, the federal government released records on small-business loans that it claims supported 51 million jobs.
The former vice president is seizing on his opponent’s stumbling response to the crisis, while the Trump campaign seeks ways to reframe the issue.
‘Devil Went Down to Georgia’ singer Charlie Daniels has died at 83 after suffering a stroke. Messages of love for the man’s music and his political activism, especially against Hillary Clinton, have been flooding social media. Read Full Article at RT.com
With Kanye West announcing his intention to run for president, musician Courtney Jaye released a song telling him to “get f**ked,” sparking a backlash against the idea of a white woman telling a black man he can’t run for office. Read Full Article at RT.com
A legal challenge has at least temporarily achieved what months of protests through a frigid North Dakota winter couldn’t pull off: shutting down a controversial oil pipeline that crosses key bodies of water in the region. Read Full Article at RT.com