News Episodes

Countdown to Brexit: 131 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 131 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
1min
Press Association
Argentine submarine found a year after disappearing

Argentine submarine found a year after disappearing

The Argentine Navy submarine that went missing a year ago off the country’s Atlantic Coast was found by a private company involved in what had been a massive search for the vessel and its 44-member crew.
1min
Reuters
White House fails to back CIA conclusion on Khashoggi death

White House fails to back CIA conclusion on Khashoggi death

The Trump administration said it had not reached a final conclusion on whether Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi despite the CIA's belief that is the case. Conway G.
2mins
Reuters
Trump tours fire-ravaged California

Trump tours fire-ravaged California

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday the wildfire devastation in Paradise, California -- the site of the state's deadliest wildfire -- was "very sad" and that his administration is working to assess how to prevent such disasters from happenin
2mins
Reuters
Trump sees California wildfire devastation up close

Trump sees California wildfire devastation up close

President Donald Trump has seen up close the devastation caused from the nation's deadliest wildfire in a century. California governor Jerry Brown and governor-elect Gavin Newsom joined the president on Saturday as he visited scorched areas and m...
1min
Press Association
Irish premier promises five years of income tax cuts

Irish premier promises five years of income tax cuts

Irish premier Leo Varadkar has promised five years of income tax cuts as well as more spending on education and health. He said it is "unfair" people on average incomes pay the highest rate of tax.
1min
Press Association
Demonstrators, police clash in Paris after 'yellow vest' protest

Demonstrators, police clash in Paris after 'yellow vest' protest

Demonstrators and police clash in downtown Paris after a "yellow vest" rally against high fuel prices, a movement that saw an estimated 283,000 people take part in more than 2,000 protests at roundabouts and on major highways and thoroughfares acr...
1min
AFP
Police block demonstrators trying to march to Elysee Palace

Police block demonstrators trying to march to Elysee Palace

Several hundred protesters yelling "Macron resign!" and singing La Marseillaise mass on the Champs Elysees and the Place de la Concorde, hoping to march toward the Elysee Palace, Macron's official residence. Riot police blocked their path but seve...
1min
AFP
Extinction Rebellion protesters block London bridges

Extinction Rebellion protesters block London bridges

Dozens of Extinction Rebellion protesters arrested on Saturday
2mins
ITN
Navy confirms that Argentine submarine suffered an 'implosion'

Navy confirms that Argentine submarine suffered an 'implosion'

An Argentine Navy official confirms that a missing submarine that vanished into the depths of the Atlantic Ocean with 44 crew members a year ago suffered "an implosion", in the country's worst naval disaster in decades.
6secs
AFP
One dead in France fuel protests

One dead in France fuel protests

A protester has been killed and 47 others injured during roadblocks set up around France to demonstrate against rising fuel taxes, in a new challenge to embattled President Emmanuel Macron.
1min
Press Association
Andrea Leadsom denies she is a Brexit 'pizza plotter'

Andrea Leadsom denies she is a Brexit 'pizza plotter'

Andrea Leadsom denies she is plotting against Theresa May
1min
ITN
Another Friday, another week of protests in Gaza

Another Friday, another week of protests in Gaza

Palestinians continue to protest along the Gaza border, demanding their right of the return to the lands and to end the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip. #Gaza #GreatMarchOfReturn
2mins
TRT World
Tempers begin to fray at "yellow vest" protests in Paris

Tempers begin to fray at "yellow vest" protests in Paris

Tempers begin to fray at "yellow vest" protests in Paris amid a heavy police presence.
1min
AFP
Scenes of devastation in Chico ahead of Trump's California visit

Scenes of devastation in Chico ahead of Trump's California visit

Scenes of devastation in Chico following the worst-ever wildfire to hit the US state of California. President Trump is heading to California to meet with officials, victims and the "unbelievably brave" firefighters there, as more than 1,000 people...
1min
AFP
Trudeau offers to help Pacific islands face climate change impact

Trudeau offers to help Pacific islands face climate change impact

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with the leaders from the Pacific island nations on Saturday during the APEC Summit in Papua New Guinea and spoke about funding infrastructure resilient to the effects of climate change.
2mins
Canadian Press
French protesters block roads over fuel-tax rise

French protesters block roads over fuel-tax rise

French protesters from the 'yellow vest' movement have blocked roads and fuel depots in anger over fuel-tax hikes. Lucy Fielder reports
1min
Reuters
Wildfire survivors live in a makeshift tent camp

Wildfire survivors live in a makeshift tent camp

Survivors of the deadly California wildfires are now living in a makeshift tent camp in the devastated town of Paradise. At least 71 people have been killed and search efforts continue for more than 1,000 missing people. #California #wildfire #Par...
1min
TRT World
Relatives of Argentina sub crew members watch news of wreckage

Relatives of Argentina sub crew members watch news of wreckage

The families of the 44 Argentina submarine crew members who vanished into the depths of the Atlantic Ocean a year ago watch a press conference of the discovery of the wreckage inside a cafe.
25secs
AFP
Gove: I plan to do some work on the environment

Gove: I plan to do some work on the environment

Michael Gove denies plans to meet fellow ministers over Brexit deal today.
25secs
ITN
Argentine defense minister confirms sub has been found

Argentine defense minister confirms sub has been found

Argentina's Defense Minister Oscar Aguad confirms during a press conference that the wreckage of a submarine that disappeared one year ago with 44 crewmembers has been located in the Atlantic Ocean.
1min
AFP
"Yellow vest" protesters cause traffic chaos on Paris ring road

"Yellow vest" protesters cause traffic chaos on Paris ring road

Demonstrators furious at fuel price increases and stagnant spending under French president Emmanuel Macron gather at Port Maillot by the city's busy ring road, closely watched by security services. It was one of many protests held across the count...
1min
AFP
Tunnel of light thrills city visitors

Tunnel of light thrills city visitors

The glittering 57,000-strong LED tunnel bringing festive cheer and selfie heaven.
1min
BBC News
Climate change activists block London bridges with sit-down protests

Climate change activists block London bridges with sit-down protests

Hundreds of protesters have gathered in central London to demand the Government take greater action on climate change. The group Extinction Rebellion encouraged people to perform a sit-in across five bridges in the city on Saturday morning.
1min
Press Association
Peter Sanders talks about photography and his artistic journey

Peter Sanders talks about photography and his artistic journey

"I think everywhere is a hidden treasure. It really depends on how present you are." Renowned photographer Peter Sanders talks about what the art of photography means to him. #PeterSanders #photography #spirituality
3mins
TRT World
Migrants facing US visa troubles turn to other countries

Migrants facing US visa troubles turn to other countries

Central American migrants arriving at the US border after a long trip across Mexico begin to consider applying for visas from other countries, ahead of possible rejection from the US.
1min
AFP
Cargo rocket blasts off for space station

Cargo rocket blasts off for space station

A load of space station supplies rockets into orbit from Virginia. Among the 7,400lb of goods inside the Cygnus capsule are ice cream and fresh fruit for the three space station residents.
20secs
Press Association
Michael Bublé gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Michael Bublé gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Canadian crooner is honoured with the 2650th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, on the day he releases his 10th studio album "Love".
1min
AFP
Relatives lose hope as Argentine submarine wreck located

Relatives lose hope as Argentine submarine wreck located

Relatives of the crew members who were on board an Argentine navy submarine that exploded and disappeared one year ago learn that the wreckage has been found, crushing their last hopes that survivors might be found.
1min
AFP
Reporter - Canada: Why Many Aboriginals Grow into Crime

Reporter - Canada: Why Many Aboriginals Grow into Crime

Spurgeon Root is a pastor in Regina in western Canada. It is a city notorious for its Aboriginal gang culture. At night, they come knocking at his door: drug dealers, street fighters and muggers hoping to find a way out of their life of crime.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Countdown to Brexit: 132 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 132 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
1min
Press Association
The #metoo movement barely registers in Papua New Guinea

The #metoo movement barely registers in Papua New Guinea

The #metoo movement barely registered here in Papua New Guinea, a country better known for high rates of violent crime than activism.
2mins
AFP
CIA believes Saudi crown prince ordered killing: sources

CIA believes Saudi crown prince ordered killing: sources

The CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, according to sources familiar with the matter, complicating President Donald Trump's efforts to preserve ties with a key U.S. ally.
2mins
Reuters
Lives at risk as drug prices soar in crisis-hit Zimbabwe

Lives at risk as drug prices soar in crisis-hit Zimbabwe

Since starting treatment five years ago, 50-year-old Alice Chenyika kept her blood pressure under control by adhering to doctors' strict instructions to take two daily doses of nifedipine. Now Zimbabwe's worsening economic crisis has pushed prices...
1min
AFP
Duke of Sussex calls for HIV testing to be seen as 'completely normal'

Duke of Sussex calls for HIV testing to be seen as 'completely normal'

The Duke of Sussex has called for HIV testing to be seen as "completely normal and accessible" in a new video marking this year's National HIV Testing Week.
2mins
Press Association
Abrams acknowledges defeat in Georgia governor's race

Abrams acknowledges defeat in Georgia governor's race

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said on Friday that her Republican opponent Brian Kemp would be officially declared the victor in the race, but she said her announcement was not a concession because that would acknowledge "an
2mins
Reuters
Number of Central American migrants in Tijuana grows

Number of Central American migrants in Tijuana grows

As Central American migrants keep arriving in Tijuana, US border authorities continue to add barbed wire to the border fence, fearing they might attempt to cross the border. Meanwhile the influx of migrants to Tijuana has some residents complaining.
1min
AFP
US street basketball team performs in Venezuela

US street basketball team performs in Venezuela

The street basketball team Court Kingz visits Venezuela to perform for the residents of the low-income parish 23 de Enero, in Caracas, hoping that their show will encourage children to pursue sports and keep them off the streets.
1min
AFP
Gigantic postcard on Swiss glacier asking to stop climate change

Gigantic postcard on Swiss glacier asking to stop climate change

A massive collage of 125,000 drawings and messages from children around the world about climate change is rolled out on a shrinking Swiss glacier, smashing the world record for giant postcards.
1min
AFP
Manual vote recounting underway in Florida

Manual vote recounting underway in Florida

A hand recount of votes in Florida's Senate race is underway, as results from the November 6 election were too close to call. A machine recount was conducted in the race between Democratic Senator Bill Nelson and his Republican challenger Rick Sco...
1min
AFP
Disney exhibition opens to mark Mickey Mouse's 90th anniversary

Disney exhibition opens to mark Mickey Mouse's 90th anniversary

Disney has launched a UK exhibition to celebrate Mickey Mouse's 90th anniversary, showcasing a collection of brand new Mickey-inspired artworks by emerging UK-based artists.
1min
Press Association
Russia stages first Soyuz launch since accident

Russia stages first Soyuz launch since accident

A Russian Soyuz rocket with a cargo vessel blasted off Friday in the first launch to the International Space Station (ISS) since a manned accident last month.
1min
AFP
100 Rohingya found at sea en route to Malaysia (2)

100 Rohingya found at sea en route to Malaysia (2)

A boatload of more than 100 Rohingya Muslims who fled a camp in Myanmar were found off the country's south coast after spending 15 days at sea in a failed attempt to reach Malaysia. They were escorted by police in vehicles and one Rohingya man say...
1min
AFP
Jamal Khashoggi's Istanbul funeral prayers

Jamal Khashoggi's Istanbul funeral prayers

More than six weeks after his death, funeral prayers were held for Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul and around the world. Friends, family, journalists and hundreds of supporters gathered at Istanbul's Fatih Mosque to pay respects to th...
4mins
TRT World
Driver who crashed car into pub crowd is jailed for 12 years

Driver who crashed car into pub crowd is jailed for 12 years

CCTV footage shows a man driving his car into a crowd of people outside a pub in Kent. 25-year-old James Bates has been jailed for 12 years over the incident.
1min
Press Association
Colombians protest against air pollution in Bogota

Colombians protest against air pollution in Bogota

Activists in Bogota protest by giving masks to residents at bus stations and on the streets, aiming to bring awareness about the high level of air pollution in the Colombian capital.
1min
AFP
Three myths about Florida elections recount

Three myths about Florida elections recount

Myths like "forged ballots" and "found votes" have been doing the rounds in Florida's controversial mid-term elections.
2mins
BBC News
Indonesian woman gets jail after exposing philandering boss

Indonesian woman gets jail after exposing philandering boss

An Indonesian woman who exposed her cheating boss has been slapped with a six-month jail term for her trouble. The supreme court's shock ruling overturned an earlier court decision that had cleared the woman, Baiq Nuril Maknun, of breaking a contr...
1min
AFP