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An image captured by a NASA spacecraft reveals a region of eye catching craters on the surface of Pluto that resembles a cluster of bright halos scattered across a dark background. Read Full Article at RT.com
Japanese scientists have been given the go-ahead to start modifying fertilized human eggs. However, they will not be creating designer babies any time soon, as a government bioethics panel is only allowing the technique for basic research purposes. Read Full Article at RT.com
RT reporter Roman Kosarev has gone to the top of the world, landing on drifting ice above the Arctic Circle to visit Russia’s Barneo military base and do survival training with a special (Spetznaz) taskforce. Read Full Article at RT.com
Former detainees tortured by the CIA at the agency’s notorious black sites are suing the psychologists hired to help design the controversial enhanced interrogation program, accusing them of enabling “war crimes” and “human experimentation.” Read Full Article at RT.com
The suicide rate in the US went up by 24 percent from 1999 to 2014, according to a new federal report, with the top increases seen in females aged 10 to 14 and males aged 45 to 64. Read Full Article at RT.com
US Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Jeff Monson paid his respects to Vladimir Lenin on Friday, attending a ceremony at his mausoleum on Red Square alongside Russia’s Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov to mark the Bolshevik pioneer’s birthday. Read Full Article at RT.com
Child brides are being allowed to stay with their older husbands in some Scandinavian asylum centers, it has emerged. Authorities defend the practice by saying husbands may be the only person brides know and trust, but others suspect possible child abuse. Read Full Article at RT.com
Families of the victims of the 1983 Marine barracks bombing in Beirut and other terrorist attacks will be able to collect an estimated $2 billion in frozen Iranian funds, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.