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Journalist poses as intern to spy on RT Deutsch… but turns into mainstream media doubter

A German undercover journalist enrolled as an intern at the RT Deutsch studio to spy on “Putin’s propaganda broadcaster,” but things didn’t exactly go as planned. After just two days, the man began to question the mainstream media bias – and his own worldview. Read Full Article at
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News.Az congratulates its readers on the World Azerbaijanis' Solidarity Day and the New Year.
Italy's Economic Development Ministry has approved the 50/50 joint venture to merge the mobile businesses of 3 Italia S.p.A (owned by Hutchison) and Wind Telecomunicazioni S.p.A. (owned by VimpelCom)
A corresponding agreement between the defense ministries of the two countries is expected to be signed by the end of 2016
Owner of Ukrlandfarming agricultural holding Oleh Bakhmatiuk is mulling the possibility of attracting investors for a majority stake to improve the company's financial condition.
Cameroon observed a day of mourning for victims of a deadly rail accident that killed at least 75 people.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko introduced a new head of the Chief Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Vasyl Burba, to the staff, the president's press service
SA’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court has spurred on other African countries to follow suit, with Kenya the latest to pull out of the institution.
Clinton tops Trump 49% to 44%, with just 3% backing Libertarian Gary Johnson and 2% behind Green Party nominee Jill Stein.
A young boy who lost four limbs to meningitis has shocked his family by taking up marital arts.
Croatia supports Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity and considers that the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict should be resolved peacefully.
Four Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in the zone of the Anti-Terrorist Operation in Donbas overnight, Ukrainian TSN news service has reported, citing its own sources.
Police are investigating after four cars were torched at UCT’s lower campus hours after the torching of six cars at CPUT.
The Azerbaijan-Croatia business forum has been held in Baku Oct. 25.
The Prime Minister was in an adjoining room at the time.
Explosion has hit southern Turkey's Antalya.
An explosion rocked the car park of a chamber of commerce building in the resort province of Antalya in southern Turkey on Tuesday, causing some casualties and ambulances were sent to the area.
French customs officials were among the victims on a plane crashed in Malta, killing all five people on board.
Athletics’ world body has decided not to investigate bribery claims against Qatar after a preliminary probe failed to find anything more than “rumours” surrounding bidding for the 20
Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak has been named the best shot-stopper in the Spanish premiere league La Liga in 2015/2016, having conceded the fewest goals in the season.
International Monetary Fund offered Azerbaijan to pursue stringent monetary policy, APA-Economics reports citing to IMF outlook.
The Dutch Government considers two options for bringing to justice those responsible for the shooting down of a passenger jet of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 from the skies over Donbas in the summer
The campaign of Donald Trump has for the first time conceded something that has been clear to political observers for some time.
Minister of Tourism of Jamaica, Edmund Bartlett, says plans are under way to market brand Jamaica in the Republic of Armenia.
The Turkish Prime Minister Binali Y?ld?r?m, Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlüt Çavu?o?lu and Minister of Culture Nabi Avc? are also invited to the event.
The 7th Azerbaijani-Russian Interregional Forum will be held in Baku on November 1.
The Chatham House Prize is presented annually to the person, persons or organization deemed by members of the Royal Institute of International Affairs to have made the most significant contribution
The surprise move came after Mr Maduro met Pope Francis in an unannounced visit.
The Romanian Government will challenge the law regarding the conversion of Swiss franc loans into Romanian lei at the Constitutional Court, according to government sources.
Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan is once again advocating for citizens and businesses to move away from the use of cash to debit and credit cards and cheques for their transactions, while
An Ithaca Village teenager died on Sunday night after an unsecured wooden pallet in the back of a Canter where he was riding shifted and hit him in the face, pitching him off the moving vehicle.
A bomb blast at a guesthouse in northeast Kenya killed at least 12 people on Tuesday, the same area hit earlier this month by Shabaab militants, police said. “We have found 12 bodies so far afte
The Woodlands Hospital is moving to revolutionize Guyana’s capabilities in the area of infectious disease testing, specifically with regard to the Zika virus, with the introduction of high-performanc
A British banker accused of drug-fuelled murder watched violent porn and wanted to turn "fantasy into a reality’, a Hong Kong court heard.
Two City Constables were yesterday morning attacked in the Bourda Constabulary Outpost after apprehending a suspected bandit. The injured officers, who have only been identified as Constable Moore and

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