Miami police offered a reward for the surrender of weapons in favor of Ukraine

Miami police offered discount cards for surrendering weapons in favor of Ukraine Miami police offered gift certificates in the amount of $50 to $150 for surrendering various types of weapons /img/0/55/756616951894550.jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution : 192dpi)” > Miami (Florida) police have offered local…

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Miami to hand out free bitcoin

Follow RT on The mayor of Miami, Florida vowed to distribute the proceeds generated from an innovative cryptocurrency project – ‘MiamiCoin’ – to city residents, saying the “revolutionary” system could eventually replace traditional taxation. According to Francis Suarez, who won reelection earlier this month, every citizen that sets up a…

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‘Guy’s lost the plot’: Man United boss Solskjaer mocked for channeling Tyson Fury… as he calls Liverpool hammering ‘punch-drunk’

Follow RT on Under-fire Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been mocked for urging his struggling stars to channel their inner Tyson Fury and rise from the canvas like the Red Devils fan and world heavyweight champion boxer. In his pre-match press conference ahead of tomorrow’s away clash at…

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Chinese foreign ministry blasts NBA star who called Xi Jinping ‘brutal dictator’ over ‘cultural genocide’ in Tibet (VIDEO)

Follow RT on The NBA’s Chinese broadcast partner has erased its Boston Celtics coverage after one of the team’s players savaged Xi Jinping over “cultural genocide” in Tibet, with the foreign ministry accusing the star of “clout-chasing”. In a message addressed to the Chinese president and his “henchmen”, Turkish social justice…

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Hitting the spot: Swiss star beats Olympic Games record to hold off Russian rifle rivals as Karimova & Zykova take medals in Tokyo

Follow RT on Yulia Zykova pushed champion Nina Christen to an Olympic record in the women’s 50-meter three-position rifle in Tokyo, with the Russian taking silver and compatriot Yulia Karimova winning bronze for her second medal of the Games. Krasnoyask-born Zykova added another accolade to her haul of medals, which…

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Snowden grills WaPo for ‘embarrassingly weak’ reaction to NSO spyware scandal, says it’s untrue Pegasus can’t target US phones

Follow RT on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has berated the Washington Post for not taking a more forceful stance on the Pegasus spyware scandal, and said it was untrue to claim the now-infamous malware can’t infect US phones. The former US intelligence contractor expressed dismay over a WaPo editorial in…

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‘No chance of life’ for dozens missing in Miami high-rise collapse, fire dept says, as rescue effort shifts to recovering remains

Follow RT on Emergency workers will stop looking for survivors in the rubble of a collapsed high-rise in Miami, the city’s fire department said, noting that the weeks-long search would now transition to recovering victims’ remains. “We noticed the stress, the force of the pressure of the walls and the…

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