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Venezuela's Juan Guaido attends a demonstration in Madrid

Venezuela's Juan Guaido attends a demonstration in Madrid

Juan Guaido, leader of the Venezuelan opposition, arrives at a stage in Madrid's Puerta del Sol where people have gathered to express their support.
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AFP
Bulgaria: Residents in Pernik protest about water shortages

Bulgaria: Residents in Pernik protest about water shortages

Protesters blame corruption and mismanagement.
Euronews
Former cabinet minister Peter MacKay announces Tory leadership bid

Former cabinet minister Peter MacKay announces Tory leadership bid

Former cabinet minister Peter MacKay officially launched his bid Saturday to capture the leadership of the federal Conservative party before an enthusiastic hometown crowd in Stellarton, Nova Scotia.
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Canadian Press
Paris celebrates Chinese New Year with a colorful parade

Paris celebrates Chinese New Year with a colorful parade

Paris celebrates Chinese New Year with a colorful parade, as the viral illness outbreak has led to the cancelation of Lunar New Year festivities in Beijing, along with temporary closures of Beijing's Forbidden City, Shanghai's Disneyland and a sec...
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AFP
The Biggest Stories Of January 25, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of January 25, 2020

The Biggest Stories Of January 25, 2020
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NDTV
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says next six months about getting party election-ready

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says next six months about getting party election-ready

Scheer announced his decision to step down as party leader in December, but will stay on until his replacement is elected in June. He says he'll keep his focus on Parliament, but it will be good to watch the leadership process unfold.
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Canadian Press
Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj, Mary Kom Among 141 Padma Award Recipients

Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj, Mary Kom Among 141 Padma Award Recipients

Former central ministers Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj and George Fernandes, have been posthumously awarded Padma Vibhushan, India's second highest civilian honour, the Ministry of Home Affairs announced on Saturday. Former Goa Chief Minister Manoha...
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NDTV
Thousands attend Drogheda rally in opposition to drug-related violence

Thousands attend Drogheda rally in opposition to drug-related violence

Thousands attended a rally in Drogheda, Ireland to voice opposition to drug-related violence in the town, following the murder of Keane Mulready-Woods. Politicians including Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin participate...
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Press Association
Meet Parikul Bhardwaj, The 13-Year-Old Social Worker Selected For Bravery Award

Meet Parikul Bhardwaj, The 13-Year-Old Social Worker Selected For Bravery Award

Parikul Bhardwaj, 13, is currently the youngest social worker in high altitude areas in the country. Ms Bhardwaj, who was trained by ITBP and NDRF, has been selected this year for the National Bravery Award. She shares her journey with NDTV in an ...
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NDTV
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says next six months about getting party election-ready

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says next six months about getting party election-ready

Scheer resigned in December saying he longer had the heart for the job, but says questions that emerged at the time about his spending are an internal matter. He says too that a report he'd commissioned into what went wrong during the election is ...
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Canadian Press
"Government Should Be Tolerant Of Dissent": Nobel Winner Venkatraman Ramakrishnan

"Government Should Be Tolerant Of Dissent": Nobel Winner Venkatraman Ramakrishnan

Nobel laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan speaks to NDTV on the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests. He says it's important for governments to be tolerant of dissent and in his opinion, a religious criteria in the new citizenship law was unneces...
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NDTV
Sedition Case Against JNU Student For Alleged "Separate Northeast" Remark

Sedition Case Against JNU Student For Alleged "Separate Northeast" Remark

Assam Police has registered a case under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act against Sharjeel Imam, said to be one of the organisers of the anti-citizenship law protest at Shaheen Bagh, after videos of him allegedly calling for the state to b...
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NDTV
Chicago woman with coronavirus in good condition

Chicago woman with coronavirus in good condition

A Chicago woman diagnosed with the dangerous new virus from China is said to be in "good condition" health officials announced Friday.
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Associated Press
Lebanese security forces use water cannon to disperse protesters in Beirut

Lebanese security forces use water cannon to disperse protesters in Beirut

Lebanese security forces use a water cannon to try to disperse anti-government protesters gathered near government headquarters at the Grand Serail, in downtown Beirut, to mark 100 days of anti-government demonstrations and denounce a new cabinet ...
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AFP
Trump defense: Let 'people decide for themselves'

Trump defense: Let 'people decide for themselves'

President Donald Trump's lawyers plunged into their impeachment trial defense Saturday by accusing Democrats of striving to overturn the 2016 election. They urged Senators to vote against impeachment and "let the people decide for themselves."
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Associated Press
Four killed after Iraqi security forces raid protest camps

Four killed after Iraqi security forces raid protest camps

Iraqi security forces raided Baghdad's main protest site on Saturday and tried to eject protesters in southern cities, firing tear gas and bullets killing four people and wounding dozens more, police and medical sources said.
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Reuters
NHL shines light on women's game at all-star skills competition

NHL shines light on women's game at all-star skills competition

The NHL invited 20 female players to play a 3-on-3 game at Friday's NHL all-star skills competition. It marks the third year women have been involved in the event. The Canadian team beat the United States 2-1.
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Canadian Press
Gambians rally seeking ex-dictator's trial for murder and rights abuses

Gambians rally seeking ex-dictator's trial for murder and rights abuses

Hundreds of Gambians march in the outskirts of the capital Banjul, demanding justice for sweeping rights abuses and murder they suffered under former dictator Yahya Jammeh's 22-year rule.
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AFP
New York marks Chinese New Year with lion dance and firecrackers

New York marks Chinese New Year with lion dance and firecrackers

New York's Chinatown welcomes the Lunar New Year of the Rat on a rainy day with a lion dance, a traditional dance performance and firecrackers.
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AFP
'We need to make them survive': Australian rescues flying-foxes suffering from habitat loss

'We need to make them survive': Australian rescues flying-foxes suffering from habitat loss

Janine Davies has converted her home into a bat clinic to care for flying foxes who have lost their habitats to Australia's bushfires, Beth Timmins reports.
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Reuters
Canada: Search for missing French snowmobilers continues (2)

Canada: Search for missing French snowmobilers continues (2)

The search continues for the bodies of four French snowmobilers whose machines fell through the ice of a frozen lake on Tuesday. [COMPLETES 1OC9GK]
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AFP
Coronavirus: quarantined residents of Wuhan fill the pharmacies

Coronavirus: quarantined residents of Wuhan fill the pharmacies

Residents of Wuhan, the epicentre of China's virus outbreak, flock to pharmacies as the city and surrounding ares are placed under quarantine.
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AFP
Turkish aid workers pull woman from collapsed building

Turkish aid workers pull woman from collapsed building

Aid workers pulled a woman called Azize from the rubble of a building the day after it collapsed following a 6.8 earthquake that left at least 22 dead and more than 1000 injured.
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AFP
Spacewalkers close to fixing cosmic ray detector

Spacewalkers close to fixing cosmic ray detector

Spacewalking astronauts worked to complete repairs to a cosmic ray detector outside the International Space Station on Saturday and give it new life.
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Associated Press
Deputy Labour leadership hustings take place in Leeds

Deputy Labour leadership hustings take place in Leeds

Deputy Labour leadership hustings take place in Leeds
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ITN
At least 140 children with serious health conditions living at Moria migrant camp, says MSF

At least 140 children with serious health conditions living at Moria migrant camp, says MSF

Youngsters with epilepsy, diabetes and heart disease are trapped on the overcrowded Greek camp.
Euronews
Father and young daughter killed in Hull house fire

Father and young daughter killed in Hull house fire

A father and his 10-year-old daughter have been killed in a fire at a house on the outskirts of Hull. Emergency services were called to Wensley Avenue, Cottingham, at around 7.50am on Saturday after a neighbour reported a house fire, with two peo...
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Press Association
Trump's legal team starts impeachment defense

Trump's legal team starts impeachment defense

President Donald Trump's lawyers opened their impeachment trial defense on Saturday by asserting that he did nothing wrong when he asked Ukraine to investigate a political rival, Joe Biden. They accused prosecutors of omitting key evidence.
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Associated Press
Dozens killed, 1,300 infected as China tries to prevent pandemic

Dozens killed, 1,300 infected as China tries to prevent pandemic

The death toll from China's coronavirus outbreak jumped as the Lunar New Year got off to a gloomy start on Saturday, with Hong Kong declaring a virus emergency.
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Reuters
Anxiety grows as China coronavirus spreads to other countries

Anxiety grows as China coronavirus spreads to other countries

More than 20 more coronavirus cases have been confirmed across the globe after 1,287 people were infected and the death toll reached 41 due to the new pandemic. #China #coronavirus #Wuhanvirus
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TRT World
We, The Children Of India

We, The Children Of India

Earlier this week, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) wrote to the district magistrate (DM) of south-east Delhi asking for an investigation into a complaint they received of children being "misled" at Shaheen Bagh about...
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NDTV
'You think Americans care about Ukraine?': Pompeo

'You think Americans care about Ukraine?': Pompeo

As the impeachment trial carries on, an NPR reporter says she endured a profanity-laden tirade from U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo when she questioned him on former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch. Meanwhile, an audio recording surfaces purporting
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Reuters
White House lawyers begin Trump defense at Senate trial

White House lawyers begin Trump defense at Senate trial

White House lawyers begin presenting their defense of President Donald Trump at his historic Senate impeachment trial for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
1min
AFP
Coronavirus in France 'does not change anything'

Coronavirus in France 'does not change anything'

Coronavirus in France 'does not change anything'
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ITN
Italy's right-wing leader Salvini targets leftist region in key vote

Italy's right-wing leader Salvini targets leftist region in key vote

Matteo Salvini is trying to trigger a political earthquake in Italy this Sunday.
Euronews
Erdogan visits aftermath of earthquake in Elazig

Erdogan visits aftermath of earthquake in Elazig

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks to media and crowds who are waiting for updates on their loved ones still caught under the rubble of buildings that collapsed after a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey.
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AFP
Lady rescued 17 hours after earthquake hits Turkey's Elazig

Lady rescued 17 hours after earthquake hits Turkey's Elazig

This lady was rescued from the rubble 17 hours after a powerful earthquake hit Turkey's Elazig. Watch as rescuers get a woman out from beneath a pile of rubble after keeping her spirits up over the phone as they worked to save her.
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TRT World
Three children found dead in Co Dublin named

Three children found dead in Co Dublin named

Gardai have named the three children found dead in a house in Co Dublin as brothers and sister Conor (9), Darragh (7) and Carla (3) McGinley. Officers have also confirmed that the woman being treated in hospital following the incident is a relati...
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Press Association
President Addresses Nation On Eve Of Republic Day

President Addresses Nation On Eve Of Republic Day

President Addresses Nation On Eve Of Republic Day
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NDTV
French lab creates 3D reproduction of 18th century flute

French lab creates 3D reproduction of 18th century flute

The Hotteterre flute was created around 1710, and now researchers at Paris's Cité de la Musique laboratory have created an accurate reproduction of the instrument, a chance for musicians to faithfully recreate the sounds and moods of the epoch.
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AFP
Anxiety grows as China coronavirus spreads to other countries

Anxiety grows as China coronavirus spreads to other countries

More than 20 more coronavirus cases have been confirmed across the globe after 1,287 people were infected and the death toll reached 41 due to the new pandemic. #China #coronavirus #Wuhanvirus
1min
TRT World
At least 22 killed in Turkey quake, thousand injured

At least 22 killed in Turkey quake, thousand injured

A powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey on Friday, collapsing buildings in affected towns near the center of the tremor, which was strong enough to be felt in several neighboring countries.
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Reuters
Meet the homelessness activists sleeping in the snow in Davos

Meet the homelessness activists sleeping in the snow in Davos

Davos is known as a chic ski resort, a haunt of the rich and powerful, but in a tent at the bottom of one of the slopes a group of campaigners slept out this week to raise awareness about homelessness.
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Reuters
Eastern Turkey struck by 6.8 magnitude earthquake

Eastern Turkey struck by 6.8 magnitude earthquake

A survivor from the Turkish village of Cevrimtas describes the deadly earthquake that has claimed at least 21 lives and left many homeless. The epicentre of the 6.8 magnitude quake was the small lakeside town of Sivrice in the province of Elazig, ...
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AFP
Doomsday Clock moves closer to midnight than ever before

Doomsday Clock moves closer to midnight than ever before

The Doomsday Clock has moved closer to midnight than it has ever been and is now just 100 seconds away from striking 12, scientists said. The clock, which serves as a metaphor for global apocalypse, was moved forward by 20 seconds. The announcem...
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Oovvuu/PA Originals
Brexit: 6 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Brexit: 6 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Press Association
Turkey races against time to find quake survivors in Elazig

Turkey races against time to find quake survivors in Elazig

Rescue workers race against time in Elazig to pull people alive from under rubble after a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake claimed 22 lives in eastern Turkey and was felt by neighbouring countries.
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AFP
Pregnant woman rescued 12 hours after earthquake hits eastern Turkish city of Elazig

Pregnant woman rescued 12 hours after earthquake hits eastern Turkish city of Elazig

This pregnant woman was rescued from the rubble 12 hours after a magnitude-6.8 earthquake hit the eastern Turkish city of Elazig, killing at least 21 people and injuring more than 1,000. #TurkeyEarthquake #Elazig #Rescue
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TRT World