Swedish teen climate activist leads rally in Germany

Swedish teen climate activist leads rally in Germany

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg who has sparked school strikes worldwide against global warming joins thousands of students in Hamburg, urging them to stay angry and fight for change.
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Extinction Rebellion climate activists defy London protest ban

Extinction Rebellion climate activists defy London protest ban

Extinction Rebellion protesters are carried away by police for protesting and blocking a road, defying a ban by the Metropolitan Police. The protest occurred a few hundred yards away from the headquarters of Britain’s domestic intelligence agency ...
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Mozambicans in Maputo share their thoughts on election day

Mozambicans in Maputo share their thoughts on election day

Residents of Maputo share their hopes as Mozambique votes in an election that could force the ruling party to cede some of its power in this nation weakened by economic crisis and armed conflict. IMAGES of activities in a polling station AND SOUND...
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A copy of Banksy's stolen rat produced for Paris street art exhibition

A copy of Banksy's stolen rat produced for Paris street art exhibition

Banksy's "rat" stencil, stolen from near the Centre Pompidou in September, is back on display in Paris - albeit in a reproduced form. "In street art, there are only reproductions because often the originals are made at night, vandalized the next d...
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Notre-Dame: damage caused by the fire

Notre-Dame: damage caused by the fire

Short videographic on the Notre-Dame fire disaster. Videographic showing the principal areas inside the cathedral affected by falling rubble and burning timber.
Notre-Dame fire catastrophe

Notre-Dame fire catastrophe

Short videographic on the Notre-Dame fire disaster. Six months after a blaze caused devastating damage to Paris' Notre-Dame cathedral, nearly one billion euros have been paid or pledged to rebuild the edifice, France's culture minister said Tuesday.
Air pollution

Air pollution

Videographic on air pollution. New Delhi banned the use of diesel generators on Tuesday as pollution levels in the Indian capital exceeded safe limits by more than four times.
Russia bids farewell to first man who walked in space

Russia bids farewell to first man who walked in space

The coffin of legendary Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov is brought out during his funeral in Moscow. Leonov was the first man to perform a spacewalk in 1965. He died in Moscow aged 85 after a long illness.
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Extinction Rebellion vow to fight on despite protest ban

Extinction Rebellion vow to fight on despite protest ban

Activists from the environmental pressure group Extinction Rebellion defiantly vows to continue their planned two-week campaign of demonstrations in central London, despite a police ban.
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Colombian indigenous communities meet over rising murders

Colombian indigenous communities meet over rising murders

Indigenous communities in Colombia lead members on a long walk to meet with other communities after two of their leaders were murdered in the southwest of the country, which is plagued by armed conflict and drug trafficking.
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Turkish operation in northern Syria

Turkish operation in northern Syria

Videographic locating northern Syria. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday that Turkey's operation against Kurdish militants in northern Syria would not stop until "our objectives have been achieved".
Britain - EU relations

Britain - EU relations

Videographic examining Britain's troubled relationship with the European Union. A Brexit deal could yet be reached this week, the chief EU negotiator said Tuesday, but member states warned they will not allow Britain to open a back door to their s...
Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in Abu Dhabi

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in Abu Dhabi

Russian President Vladimir Putin is welcomed by UAE's Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, following his arrival in Abu Dhabi.
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Smoke billows over the Syrian town of Tell Abyad, located just across the border with Turkey

Smoke billows over the Syrian town of Tell Abyad, located just across the border with Turkey

Smoke billows over the Syrian town of Tell Abyad, located just across the border with Turkey, after it was taken by Ankara-backed fighters. Turkey continues its assault on Kurdish-controlled areas in northeastern Syria.
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Hong Kong leader slams US senator for 'police state' remark

Hong Kong leader slams US senator for 'police state' remark

Hong Kong's leader on Tuesday hit back at a US senator who said the city is becoming a police state, a day after a massive rally called on Washington to punish Beijing over sliding freedoms in the international hub.
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Brexit deal 'possible this week': EU's Barnier

Brexit deal 'possible this week': EU's Barnier

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says that a deal with Britain could be reached this week. British and EU officials are racing to reach a deal on Britain's exit terms before a summit of EU leaders starting on Thursday, as Prime Minister Boris J...
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Prince William and Kate visit Margalla Hills in Islamabad

Prince William and Kate visit Margalla Hills in Islamabad

Prince William and his wife Kate visit Margalla Hills in Islamabad, as they start their tour of Pakistan, during which they are expected to learn about programmes empowering young people and how the country is faring against climate change.
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FIFA President Infantino arrives in Pyongyang for North-South Korea match

FIFA President Infantino arrives in Pyongyang for North-South Korea match

FIFA President Gianni Infantino touches down in Pyongyang for Tuesday's World Cup qualifier between North and South Korea - two countries technically still at war.
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Mozambique's Filipe Nyusi votes as polls open in tense election

Mozambique's Filipe Nyusi votes as polls open in tense election

President Filipe Nyusi casts his vote in Maputo as polls open in tense Mozambique elections that are feared could test the country's fragile peace, after a heated campaign marred by violence and allegations of electoral fraud.
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Rugby World Cup: England gear up for Aussie clash

Rugby World Cup: England gear up for Aussie clash

England players train on Tuesday morning in Beppu, Japan, four days ahead of their Rugby World Cup quarter-final against Australia.
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US senator's warning on Hong Kong 'unfounded': HK leader

US senator's warning on Hong Kong 'unfounded': HK leader

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says comments by a US senator that the city is becoming a police state are 'irresponsible and unfounded.' US senator Josh Hawley made the warning on Monday, as tens of thousands filled the city's streets calling on Wash...
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Massive crowd gathers in Hong Kong seeking US support

Massive crowd gathers in Hong Kong seeking US support

Tens of thousands fill downtown Hong Kong waving American flags and calling on Washington to punish China over sliding freedoms. Protests pushing for greater democratic freedoms and police accountability have raged in the territory for the last 19...
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Gunmen kill police and torch cars in western Mexico

Gunmen kill police and torch cars in western Mexico

At least 14 police officers have been killed in an armed attack in the municipality of Aguililla, in the western Mexican state of Michoacán.
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Spain jails Catalan leaders, sparking angry protests at Barcelona airport

Spain jails Catalan leaders, sparking angry protests at Barcelona airport

Violent clashes erupt between police and protesters who are blocking access to Barcelona airport after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine of their leaders to heavy jail terms over the failed 2017 independence bid.
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Police and protesters clash at Barcelona airport

Police and protesters clash at Barcelona airport

Violent clashes erupt between police and protesters who are blocking access to Barcelona airport after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine of their leaders to heavy jail terms over the failed 2017 independence bid.
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