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Istanbul police have used tear gas and a water cannon against Besiktas Football Club fans before the opening match at the team’s new stadium, where they are playing Bursaspor in the Turkish Super Lig. Read Full Article at RT.com
A Syrian refugee has admitted to setting fire to a German shelter where he was staying, spray-painting swastikas on the walls to make it look like a political crime. The asylum seeker said the arson attack was in response to poor conditions at the shelter. Read Full Article at RT.com
Prime Minister David Cameron doesn’t recognize the intensity of public anger over his tax affairs, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told MPs. His remarks come as more than 100,000 signatories petitioned for a snap general election. Read Full Article at RT.com
As tensions at the Greek-Macedonian border continue to mount, a group of refugees has hijacked a train carriage at Idomeni station and attempted to use it to break through the police barricade. Read Full Article at RT.com
Colorado’s process of electing GOP delegates drew condemnation from front-runner Donald Trump and voters alike, with some Republicans torching their registration cards after Ted Cruz received all the state delegates without a popular vote. Read Full Article at RT.com
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he will continue to insist that the blockade of Gaza be lifted, regardless of what this stance means for Turkey-Israel relations. Read Full Article at RT.com
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has vetoed a controversial bill that would have made death by electric chair compulsory for those facing capital punishment in his state if lethal-injection drugs are unavailable. Read Full Article at RT.com
Israel has launched dozens of strikes in Syria, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced. It marks the first time that the leader has acknowledged such attacks against arms transfers to Lebanon’s Hezbollah. Read Full Article at RT.com
A newly proposed program by the Obama administration would lower the profits doctors currently see when prescribing expensive drugs and increase earnings from generic ones, but the potential move has cancer doctors and drug companies up in arms. Read Full Article at RT.com
America’s fastest-growing burger chain, Five Guys, may have been the victim of corporate espionage and the suspect could be an ‘employee’ of its biggest competitor, McDonald’s. Read Full Article at RT.com