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Extinction Rebellion protests block London bridges

Demonstrators occupy five major London bridges, causing "significant" traffic issues in the capital. READ MORE

US to join Australia in Papua New Guinea naval base plan

The joint base on Manus Island is seen as a move to curb China's growing regional influence. READ MORE

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson works out at Doncaster gym

Dwayne Johnson hit the weights at a Doncaster gym during a break from filming his latest blockbuster. READ MORE

England close in on series win over Sri Lanka

England put themselves on the brink of victory in the second Test and the series against Sri Lanka before rain brings an early end to day four. READ MORE

Viral fame for Brexit sign language interpreter

Social media thought the sign language interpreter captured the current mood in the country about Brexit. READ MORE

Lee Camp finds out who meddled with US midterms… but it’s not the usual suspects (VIDEO)

A foreign country has indeed meddled with the US midterm elections, pumping millions of dollars to support congressional candidates. However, it wasn’t the usual suspect you may easily think of, Lee Camp revealed. Read Full Article at RT.com READ MORE

Surprise, surprise: Lab-grown mini-kidneys unexpectedly develop brain & muscle cells

Researchers working to develop laboratory-grown human kidneys were left stunned after observing that the mini organs they were working on started sprouting brain and muscle cells instead of additional kidney cells. Read Full Article at RT.com READ MORE

Artificial intelligence to contribute $16 trillion to global GDP by 2030

The contribution of artificial intelligence (AI) to the global GDP will increase 16-fold in the next 12 years, according to the head of Russia’s largest bank Sberbank Herman Gref. Read Full Article at RT.com READ MORE

Prince Harry: 'With testing, we can end HIV'

Prince Harry says there is too much stigma surrounding the 'quick, simple' HIV test. READ MORE

Gary Anderson & Wesley Harms deny farting accusations at Grand Slam of Darts

Gary Anderson and Wesley Harms deny causing "rotten egg smells" during their match at the Grand Slam of Darts. READ MORE

Australia 'trolley hero' faces police charges

A homeless man who tried to stop a knife-wielding attacker is suspected of burglary and theft. READ MORE