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Vladimir Putin condemned for suggesting Jews may have manipulated US election video

Put in blames Jews for election meddling in US

Jewish groups and US politicians condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin's suggestion that the 2016 US presidential election may have been manipulated by Russian Jews.

Putin's remarks came during a long and occasionally surreal interview with NBC News on Saturday (Sunday NZT), in which he speculated that nearly anyone other than the Russian government could have been behind a program to disrupt the election. US intelligence agencies believe Putin ordered the effort to undermine faith in the US election and help elect Donald Trump as president.

"Maybe they're not even Russians," Putin told Megyn Kelly, referring to who might have been behind the election interference. "Maybe they're Ukrainian, Tatars, Jews – just with Russian citizenship."

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UK Counterterror police investigate 'punish a Muslim' day letters

Counter terrorist police probe "Hurt a Muslim Day' leaflets

Counterterrorism police in the UK are investigating a possible hate crime after several people received letters calling on them to attack Muslims on April 3, termed in the leaflet as "punish a Muslim" day.

Several Britons in London, the West Midlands and Yorkshire said they received the printed letter through the post, according to reports.

Some uploaded images of the document on social media.

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Ireland's government approves abortion referendum bill

Ireland gov't approves abortion bill

The Irish government has agreed the wording of a national referendum on abortion to be held by the end of May which could radically transform the lives of thousands of women and signal a further loosening of the grip of the Catholic church.

The cabinet, meeting on International Women’s Day, approved a bill on Thursday allowing the long-anticipated referendum to go ahead.

Voters will be asked if they want to repeal article 40.3.3 – known as the eighth amendment – which since 1983 has given unborn foetuses and pregnant women an equal right to life, effectively enshrining a ban on abortion in the country’s constitution.

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Asia-Pacific trade deal signed by 11 nations

Asia Pacific Trade deal signed by 11 nations

Eleven Asia-Pacific countries have just signed the trade pact formerly known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Although the US pulled out last year, the deal was salvaged by the remaining members, who signed it at a ceremony in the Chilean city of Santiago.

Chilean foreign minister Heraldo Munoz said the agreement was a strong signal "against protectionist pressures, in favour of a world open to trade".

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Trump agrees to meet Kim Jong Un, South Korean official says

Trump agrees to meet Kim Jong Un

President Donald Trump has accepted an invitation by South Korea to meet directly with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, following talks between South Korea and Pyongyang, South Korea's national security adviser said on Thursday.

North Korea also signaled that it would not test missiles anymore and would be willing to negotiate ending its nuclear weapons program, according to the national security adviser, Chung Eui-yong.

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McDonald's logo is upside down for International Women's Day

McDonalds arch flipped for NWD

Don't flip out when you see McDonald's golden arches Thursday. They've been flipped.

In honor of International Women's Day, the fast food giant is turning its iconic golden arches upside down on its digital channels, some of its packaging and at least one U.S. restaurant. When upturned, what is normally an M for McDonald's becomes a W for women.

The sign is outside the McDonald's in Lynwood, Calif., owned by Patricia Williams for three decades.

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International Women's Day 2018: protests across the world as women press for progress

International Women's Day - 2018

On the eve of International Women’s Day, protesters in Seoul grouped outside the Japanese embassy to highlight the plight of so-called “comfort women” – a euphemism for the 200,000 girls and young women who were forced to work in Japanese brothels before and during the second world war.

Protesters showed 30 images of what they called “Uncomfort Women” – representing the 30 surviving women who still live in South Korea.

This is a campaign to let the world know that these women are here, the women who were called comfort women but were driven to the opposite of comfort themselves.
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