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Fianna Fail and Fine Gael unveil manifestos for General Election

Fianna Fail and Fine Gael unveil manifestos for General Election

Ireland's two largest parties have unveiled their manifestos ahead of the General Election, in Dublin. Fianna Fail and Fine Gael launched their plans within hours of each other on day 10 of the campaign.
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Press Association
Slow Destruction Of Institutions Under Government: Farah Naqvi

Slow Destruction Of Institutions Under Government: Farah Naqvi

"The emergency had a start date and had an end date, it was 21 months of hell. The kind of emergency we are seeing now, the protests you are seeing are a response to this slow destruction of institution that we are seeing under this government", F...
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NDTV
Founders Of Constitution Would Have Hailed Students: Gopalkrishna Gandhi

Founders Of Constitution Would Have Hailed Students: Gopalkrishna Gandhi

"Our students, the younger generation, have shown us the way that Gandhi, Netaji, and all the founders of our constitution would have hailed for two reasons - one that they have shown tremendous confidence and two they have tried to be almost alwa...
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NDTV
Trump addresses anti-abortion March for Life rally

Trump addresses anti-abortion March for Life rally

President Donald Trump called it his "profound honor" on Friday to be the first president to attend the annual anti-abortion gathering in Washington called the March for Life.
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Associated Press
Auschwitz survivor pained by rise in anti-Semitism

Auschwitz survivor pained by rise in anti-Semitism

Seventy-five years after the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, a survivor shares her story and urges for more education.
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Associated Press
Mexican authorities detain 800 Central American migrants

Mexican authorities detain 800 Central American migrants

Mexican authorities detained 800 migrants from Honduras and Salvador Thursday in Ciudad Hidalgo. The migrants had earlier crossed the Suchiate border river, asking Mexican authorities for a transit visa to the US. They were resting in a makeshift ...
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AFP
US officials: New virus evolving, taken seriously

US officials: New virus evolving, taken seriously

US health officials say a new viral respiratory illness is an evolving outbreak that should be taken seriously, but US citizens should not be "worried or frightened."
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Associated Press
Prince Charles attends events in Jerusalem and Bethlehem

Prince Charles attends events in Jerusalem and Bethlehem

Prince Charles attends events in Jerusalem and Bethlehem
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ITN
Mass quarantine not in Canada's coronavirus cards

Mass quarantine not in Canada's coronavirus cards

Public health authorities say Canadians have no need to worry about the prospect of mass quarantines, even in the likely event the coronavirus is discovered here. They said scary images coming from a now isolated Wuhan, a Chinese city with 11 mill...
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Canadian Press
Prosecution begins wrapping up case on day four of trial against Trump

Prosecution begins wrapping up case on day four of trial against Trump

House impeachment managers begin wrapping up the presentation of their case in US President Donald Trump's Senate trial. The Democratic prosecutors are hoping to persuade some Republicans to break ranks and turn against the US leader.
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AFP
Trump says Democrats hold 'radical' position on abortion

Trump says Democrats hold 'radical' position on abortion

"When it comes to abortion," says Donald Trump, "Democrats have embraced the most radical and extreme positions." The US president was addressing the country's biggest annual pro-life rally as members of the Senate sat in judgment just blocks away...
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AFP
Dems double down on call for evidence, witnesses

Dems double down on call for evidence, witnesses

As Democrats head into the final day of opening arguments in the impeachment case against President Donald Trump, they remain firm on the push for more evidence and witnesses.
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Associated Press
McCluskey: Unite the Union backs Rebecca Long-Bailey

McCluskey: Unite the Union backs Rebecca Long-Bailey

McCluskey: Unite the Union backs Rebecca Long-Bailey
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ITN
Prof. Whitty: 'Fair' chance of coronavirus cases in the UK

Prof. Whitty: 'Fair' chance of coronavirus cases in the UK

Prof. Whitty: 'Fair' chance of coronavirus cases in the UK
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ITN
The Mideast awaits Trump's 'deal of the century'

The Mideast awaits Trump's 'deal of the century'

U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to unveil his long-awaited peace plan for Israelis and Palestinians within days. Trump's history of upending diplomatic norms in the region means that Palestinian leaders are unlikely to support the "deal of the century." Matthew Larotonda reports.
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Reuters
NFL player Antonio Brown granted bail in Florida

NFL player Antonio Brown granted bail in Florida

NFL free agent Antonio Brown has been granted bail by a Florida judge. Brown is accused of attacking the driver of a moving truck that carried some of his possessions from California.
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Associated Press
Greta Thunberg to NDTV On Climate Change: 'India, Listen To Science'

Greta Thunberg to NDTV On Climate Change: 'India, Listen To Science'

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has a message for India- "listen to science". Responding to an NDTV question on the last day of the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland, Ms Thunberg said the impact of climate change in India is as de...
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NDTV
A round up of news and features

A round up of news and features

This week on Africa Weekly we head to Mali where railway employees are working to preserve Bamako's now defunct colonial era station which serviced the country for almost one hundred years. Then we head to Uganda where a beauty pageant is being us...
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AFP
Greta Thunberg says climate demands 'completely ignored' at Davos

Greta Thunberg says climate demands 'completely ignored' at Davos

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg says calls to the corporate elite meeting in Davos to immediately disinvest in fossil fuels had been ignored. Thunberg was a highlight of the 50th edition of the conference.
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AFP
Weinstein lawyer: He's doing better than ever

Weinstein lawyer: He's doing better than ever

As Harvey Weinstein entered court using a walker Friday in his rape trial, a reporter asked Weinstein how he was doing. His attorney Arthur Aidala replied, "he's doing better than ever."
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Associated Press
British EU lawmakers clean up their offices ahead of Brexit

British EU lawmakers clean up their offices ahead of Brexit

With one week to go until Britain leaves the European Union, British members of the European Parliament are packing up their offices, closing a chapter in their career as lawmakers.
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Reuters
In UP Villages, Support For BJP's CAA Stand But Anger Against Yogi Adityanath Over Local Issues

In UP Villages, Support For BJP's CAA Stand But Anger Against Yogi Adityanath Over Local Issues

There have been massive protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act or CAA and the proposed National Register of Citizens in many towns across Uttar Pradesh in the last one month; many of these protests are still going on. But the ruling BJP ha...
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NDTV
Thousands gather ahead of annual 'March for Life' in Washington, DC

Thousands gather ahead of annual 'March for Life' in Washington, DC

Thousands of people begin to gather in Washington DC for the annual 'March for Life' event which will see US President Donald Trump address the crowds, just blocks from Congress where senators are sitting in judgement at his impeachment trial.
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AFP
Anti-pension reform protest come to an end in Paris

Anti-pension reform protest come to an end in Paris

The protest against pension reform comes to an end in Paris after tens of thousands of people take to the streets across France.
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AFP
Bordeaux teachers dress up as 'Rosie the riveter' for pension protests

Bordeaux teachers dress up as 'Rosie the riveter' for pension protests

Demonstrators in work overalls, red polka-dot scarves and household gloves emulate "Rosie the Riveter" as they dance and sing in the streets of Bordeaux during a demonstration against pension reform.
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AFP
Ford says his patience with teacher unions won't last

Ford says his patience with teacher unions won't last

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says "there is only so long" his patience will last with the teachers' unions. All four major teachers' unions are engaged in some form of job action, including rotating strikes and work-to-rule campaigns, as contract tal...
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Canadian Press
After Shaheen Bagh, Similar Protests Against CAA, NRC In Delhi

After Shaheen Bagh, Similar Protests Against CAA, NRC In Delhi

While the sit in protest by the women of Shaheen Bagh in Delhi is well known, they have been protesting for 41 days now against the Citizenship Amendment Act, NRC and NPR, it has even led to similar protests in other parts of the country, even in ...
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NDTV
Republic At 70: Is India's Democracy In Danger?

Republic At 70: Is India's Democracy In Danger?

Over the last few months, beginning with the government's actions in Kashmir to the CAA, now India's democratic credentials are being questioned. This week, India slipped 10 places on a key world democracy index and The Economist has a cover story...
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NDTV
Bushfires add into massive greenhouse gas spike

Bushfires add into massive greenhouse gas spike

Meteorologists for the British government report that the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere - the leading cause of global warming - appears on track for one of the biggest annual increases since recordings began in the 1950s. It's par
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Reuters
Andrew Scheer addresses his caucus

Andrew Scheer addresses his caucus

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer gathered his MPs and senators around him Friday to plot strategy for Parliament’s return on Monday. The caucus retreat comes at a time when many Tories are plotting their own strategies for how best to replace Sch...
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Canadian Press
Locusts the latest curse of East Africa weather extremes

Locusts the latest curse of East Africa weather extremes

Billions of locusts swarming through East Africa are the result of extreme weather swings and could prove catastrophic for a region still reeling from drought and deadly floods, experts say.
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AFP
Is India's media facing a credibility crisis?

Is India's media facing a credibility crisis?

From shouting matches to high-profile sackings, India's mainstream media is facing a mounting credibility crisis. #India #media #pressfreedom
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TRT World
What do refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina eat?

What do refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina eat?

Migrants and refugees staying at reception centers in Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, are provided with three daily meals. This is how they are prepared. #RefugeeCrisis #EuropeRefugees #MigrantsRoute
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TRT World
Leo Varadkar involved in fiery exchange on homelessness

Leo Varadkar involved in fiery exchange on homelessness

The Fine Gael leader and Taoiseach, Leo Varadker was involved in a heated debate about rising homelessness during a visit to Swords, Ireland. The exchange took part at the end of the first full week of campaigning in the Irish general election.
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Press Association
Health Secretary: Risk of coronavirus to UK public remains low

Health Secretary: Risk of coronavirus to UK public remains low

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said the risk to the UK public from the coronavirus "remains low" after chairing a Cobra committee meeting in Whitehall. Mr Hancock said: "As I made clear to the House yesterday, the clinical advice is that the r...
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Press Association
Coronavirus: Latest developments

Coronavirus: Latest developments

With more than 25 deaths and over 830 confirmed cases of infection, the coronavirus forces China to expand lockdowns in various places in the country. Airports across the world are also starting to screen passengers coming out of China to prevent ...
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TRT World
Matt Hancock on coronavirus: Risk to the public remains low

Matt Hancock on coronavirus: Risk to the public remains low

Matt Hancock on coronavirus: Risk to the public remains low
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ITN
Bordeaux lawyers sing pop hit parody to protest pension reform

Bordeaux lawyers sing pop hit parody to protest pension reform

Lawyers gather on the steps of the Judicial Court in Bordeaux to sing "Balance ta robe" (ed: move your robe), a parody of a song by Belgian singer Angèle, which has become a classic in the repertoire of lawyers angry against pension reform.
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AFP
Ambassador: Chinese government 'determined' to stop virus

Ambassador: Chinese government 'determined' to stop virus

Xiaoming: Chinese government 'very determined' to stop virus
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ITN
ICJ orders Myanmar to 'prevent' Rohingya genocide

ICJ orders Myanmar to 'prevent' Rohingya genocide

The International Court of Justice has ordered Myanmar to take urgent steps to prevent the acts of genocide against Rohingya Muslims. #ICJRohingya #ICJ #RohingyaGenocide
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TRT World
Panyaza Lesufi suspends the headmaster of Parktown boys

Panyaza Lesufi suspends the headmaster of Parktown boys

Gauteng MEC for education suspends the headmaster of Parktown High School and department officials after investigations reveal the grade eight orientation camp that led to the death of Enoch Mpianzi was unauthorised.
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The Citizen
"Father, Grandfather Don't Have Birth Papers": Baba Ramdev On CAA Fears

"Father, Grandfather Don't Have Birth Papers": Baba Ramdev On CAA Fears

"Father, Grandfather Don't Have Birth Papers": Baba Ramdev On CAA Fears
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NDTV
TRT World speaks to White Helmets in Aleppo

TRT World speaks to White Helmets in Aleppo

A member of the White Helmets spoke to TRT World inside Aleppo, Syria, where the regime and its allied forces have launched a new offensive on the western part of the city, killing scores of civilians. #WhiteHelmets #Aleppo #SyrianWar
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TRT World
"Want Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh's Azadi, Not Jinnah's": Baba Ramdev

"Want Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh's Azadi, Not Jinnah's": Baba Ramdev

"Want Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh's Azadi, Not Jinnah's": Baba Ramdev
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NDTV
Community member seek justice for Enoch Mpianzi

Community member seek justice for Enoch Mpianzi

Community members gathered outside Parktown boys seeking justice for the late Enoch Mpianzi who was found dead on Friday after drowning at a school orientation camp.
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The Citizen
Boris Johnson celebrates Chinese New Year at Number 10

Boris Johnson celebrates Chinese New Year at Number 10

Boris Johnson celebrates Chinese New Year at Number 10
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ITN
Turkish aid groups build 10,000 houses in Syria's Idlib

Turkish aid groups build 10,000 houses in Syria's Idlib

Turkish aid groups are building 10,000 houses in Syria's Idlib province near the Turkish border to shelter thousands of people who were displaced due to Syrian regime and Russian airstrikes. #Syria #Idlib #airstrike #aid
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TRT World
Government holds COBRA meeting over coronavirus outbreak

Government holds COBRA meeting over coronavirus outbreak

Government holds COBRA meeting over coronavirus outbreak
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ITN