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Canadian fertility clinic bans patient from using non-white donor

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A single Canadian woman, who sought in vitro fertilization in the only local clinic in Calgary, has been prohibited from using donors of a different ethnicity to avoid “creating rainbow families.” The 38-year old woman, who requested to use only her first name, Catherine, told the Calgary Herald that “everything went downhill” when last March she learned... 

Ukraine used phosphorous incendiaries, cluster bombs against cities

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Ukrainian troops have on many occasions used incendiary weapons and cluster bombs against militia-held cities, acts that are banned under the international law regulating warfare, the Russian military said. The accusation was voiced on Friday by Major General Viktor Poznikhir, the deputy commander of the chief operations branch of the Russian General Staff.... 

Israeli soldiers deserve Nobel Peace Prize

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The Nobel Peace Prize should be given to Israeli forces for their “unimaginable restraint” in their offensive against the blockaded Gaza Strip, says the Israeli envoy to the United States. Israeli ambassador Ron Dermer made the appalling remarks at a pro-Israeli event in Washington on Tuesday. The Israeli forces “should be given the Nobel Peace... 

I’d fire rockets at Israel, if I lived in Gaza: British MP

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A British lawmaker says he would fire rockets into Israel if he lived in the besieged Gaza Strip, which has faced a deadly Israeli offensive for over two weeks. “The big question is – if I lived in Gaza would I fire a rocket? – probably yes,” Liberal Democrat member of parliament David Ward said in a message posted on Twitter on Tuesday. He... 

Sarah Palin slammed for criticizing Obama

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Former US vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has been criticized over her remarks about impeaching President Barack Obama. In an interview with ABC News on Sunday, Attorney General Eric Holder attacked Palin when he discussed Republican complaints about the White House. “She wasn’t a particularly good vice presidential candidate,” he said.... 

Indiana stores babies’ DNA for research without parental consent

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The Indiana State Department of Health has been collecting babies’ blood and DNA without their parents’ permission since 1991, according to an investigation by a local news station. Now the state wants to know what to do with the blood samples. When a baby is born in Indiana, as with other states, the state conducts a newborn screening test. A nurse or... 

Putin is well aware of threats US dictatorship poses to entire world

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Below is President Putin’s complete address to the Russian diplomatic corps. It reveals Putin to be a person well aware of the threats that US unilateralism poses to the entire world. Washington’s belief that the US is exceptional and indispensable results in dictatorial behavior toward other countries and the overriding of their legitimate national... 

German-American friendship at crossroads, Berlin leaning toward Moscow

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As a never-ending stream of spy scandals put Washington-Berlin relations under unprecedented strain, Germans are increasingly asking themselves whether the country should be blindly following the US. A recent poll for Der Spiegel showed that up to 57 percent of Germans would like Berlin to conduct policies more independent from the US, and an Op-Ed article... 

Obama creates another humanitarian catastrophe, this time in USA

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Obama has become an expert in creating humanitarian disasters. He has already had this experience in Syria and Ukraine, and now it is time for the State of Texas. The U.S. president, bypassing the Congress, amnestied ten million illegal immigrants, which contributed to the uncontrolled growth of the flow of migrants and sharply aggravated the situation in southern... 

Outrage as Australian judge says incest, pedophilia ‘may be accepted’ by society

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An Australian judge has incurred the wrath of child protection and gay rights advocates after stating that incest and pedophilia may no longer be considered taboo, just as gay relationships are now more accepted than they were in the 1950s and 60s. District Court Judge Garry Neilson was recorded as saying that sexual contact between adults and children or siblings... 

US needs to be ‘aggressive with China’

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US Representative Mike Rogers, (R-Mich.), speaking at the Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank in Washington. An influential US Republican lawmaker says America must respond more aggressively to China’s territorial claims in East Asia. On Thursday, Representative Mike Rogers warned against China’s territorial claims, accusing Beijing... 

Denmark is now paying foreigners to go home

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The Danish government has introduced a voluntary repatriation policy. This new law pays foreigners if they are prepared to return to their country of origin. A foreigner who is willing to leave Denmark might receive 127,517 DKR (Danish Krone) which is about 23,000 US dollars, and they would receive 38,000 DKR for every child of theirs leaving with them. Foreigners... 

US presidents worst enemies of nation: Paul Craig Roberts

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US presidents have become the worst enemies of the American nation in the 21st century due to their negligence of the citizens’ rights, an analyst writes for Press TV. “In the 21st century, Americans’ worst enemies are not al-Qaeda, Iran, Russia, and China. America’s worst enemies are our own presidents,” Paul Craig Roberts wrote in an article for... 

Austria joins France in banning Muslim veils

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As part of his party’s plan to introduce a bill banning full-face veils, Austrian politician Heinz-Christian Strache posted on a social network an image of a young blonde woman with the phrase “Too beautiful for a veil.” The campaign was launched by the right-wing Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) leader and Member of Parliament Heinz-Christian Strache on... 

Berlin outraged by US’s NSA spying

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The arrest of a German intelligence employee for allegedly spying for the US has caused an uproar among German politicians. The country’s foreign minister has demanded an immediate clarification of the situation from Washington. “If the reports are true, then we’re not talking about trifles,” Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on a visit to Mongolia,... 
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