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  1. Preview Turkey's foreign minister says his country could ask for a formal UN probe if cooperation with Saudi Arabia on the Jamal Khashoggi case comes to an impasse, adding that the truth must come out on who ordered the killing.
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  2. Preview Usually preoccupied with immigration disputes, Italy and France are now arguing over whether Leonardo da Vinci paintings should cross the border: Rome says it won’t honor an agreement to loan the master’s artwork to the Louvre.
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  3. Preview Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has denounced the White House’s “shameful statement on Saudi atrocities” for blaming all sorts of ills on his country, asking on Twitter if Tehran will next be blamed for California wildfires.
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  4. Preview As Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez threatens to reject the draft Brexit deal unless it clarifies the state of future talks on Gibraltar, Birmingham City University lecturer Dr. Arantza Gomez Arana speaks to RT about that possibility.
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  5. Preview A “sensual” depiction of a legendary Spartan queen having sex with a swan has been unearthed in the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii. Further evidence, not that it was needed, that people just love erotic pictures.
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  6. Preview RT’s video agency was refused accreditation for a press conference held by UK businessman Bill Browder, who is warning that if a Russian is elected to lead Interpol, democracy and freedom will suffer. Like freedom of the press?
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  7. Preview Philippines’ ex-dictator Ferdinand Marcos holds the Guinness World Record for ‘Most Brilliant President in History,” a Facebook post shared almost a thousand times claimed… before AFP news agency debunked it.
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  8. Preview Everybody knows Washington wants to get rid of people currently in power in Iran. But who is the better alternative to mullahs? Some top US officials say it’s this death cult hated by pretty much everyone in Iran.
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  9. Preview Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is facing accusations of inciting hatred and violence in India, and has upset both activists and Hindu nationalists, by holding a sign denouncing the Hindu caste system.
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  10. Preview A gutsy cat that managed to survive being shot 18 times with an air rifle is recovering well after an attack that has been slammed as a “flagrant case of animal abuse.”
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