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Jamia Students Clash With Delhi Police In Citizenship Act Protest

Jamia Students Clash With Delhi Police In Citizenship Act Protest

Hundreds of students from the Jamia Millia Islamia University clashed with police in Delhi today, after they were prevented from taking out a protest march to the Parliament House against the amended Citizenship Act. As the violence spiralled out ...
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NDTV
SAHRC and IPID investigate a case of police kidnapping, sexual abuse in the context of torture

SAHRC and IPID investigate a case of police kidnapping, sexual abuse in the context of torture

South African Human Rights Commission and Independent Police Investigative Department are investigating a case of police kidnapping, sexual abuse in the context of torture. Video: Carlos Muchave Reporting: Sinesipho Schrieber
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News, ,
The Citizen
What's the most bizarre item stolen from a luxury hotel?

What's the most bizarre item stolen from a luxury hotel?

Some hotel guests like taking things like shampoo, soap or body lotion with them before they check out. But a new study has revealed some people are a bit more extreme. #hotel #mattress #piano
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TRT World
My homeless brother died on the streets of Glasgow. Who will be next?

My homeless brother died on the streets of Glasgow. Who will be next?

Mark Starr died on the streets of Glasgow earlier this year; his family found out five weeks later on social media.
8mins
The Guardian
British PM has 'no mandate to take Scotland out of the EU': Nicola Sturgeon

British PM has 'no mandate to take Scotland out of the EU': Nicola Sturgeon

Scotland's First Minister and leader of the SNP Nicola Sturgeon says Boris Johnson has 'no mandate whatsoever to take Scotland out of the European Union', adding she would push for another independence referendum after losing a 2014 vote.
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AFP
Boris arrives at Downing St after meeting with the Queen

Boris arrives at Downing St after meeting with the Queen

Boris Johnson arrives back at Downing St after meeting with the Queen
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ITN
Corbyn departs home after general election defeat

Corbyn departs home after general election defeat

Jeremy Corbyn departs home after general election defeat
1min
ITN
Boris Johnson returns to Downing Street after meeting Queen

Boris Johnson returns to Downing Street after meeting Queen

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson goes back to Downing Street after going to Buckingham Palace to receive formal instructions from Queen Elizabeth II to form a new government.
1min
AFP
Johnson visits queen to ask to form government

Johnson visits queen to ask to form government

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson left Number 10 Downing Street for Buckingham Palace on Friday for a meeting with the Queen where he would be seeking permission to form a government following his resounding election victory on Thursday.
1min
Associated Press
Algeria newly-elected president Tebboune supporters celebrate victory

Algeria newly-elected president Tebboune supporters celebrate victory

Supporters of Algeria's newly-elected president Abdelmadjid Tebboune celebrate his victory at his campaign headquarters in the capital Algiers. Former Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune has won Algeria's widely unpopular presidential election wit...
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AFP
Emergency services at scene after police shoot man dead in Paris business district

Emergency services at scene after police shoot man dead in Paris business district

A man who threatened police officers with a knife has been shot and killed in the business district of La Défense, near Paris, authorities said.
1min
AFP
Slapping contest arrives in Peru after Russian 'sports' show goes viral

Slapping contest arrives in Peru after Russian 'sports' show goes viral

Peru's first-ever slapping championships gathered dozens of fans in Lima, after the 'sports' video from Russia went viral on Social media. The participants had to meet a range of requirements, such as being older than 18 and in the weight category...
1min
Ruptly
Liverpool star Mane helping out the poor in Senegalese village

Liverpool star Mane helping out the poor in Senegalese village

Despite his best efforts to keep his community work secret, Liverpool and Senegal football star Sadio Mane's charitable deeds have been revealed.
1min
Independent Media
Cops Use Tear Gas, Lathi-Charge At Citizenship Act Protest In Shillong

Cops Use Tear Gas, Lathi-Charge At Citizenship Act Protest In Shillong

A massive crowd protesting against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in Meghalaya's capital Shillong was tear-gassed and lathi-charged by the police this evening after they reportedly threw stones at the police near the Raj Bhavan. Thousands of peop...
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NDTV
Boris Johnson heads to Buckingham Palace to meet Queen Elizabeth II

Boris Johnson heads to Buckingham Palace to meet Queen Elizabeth II

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives in Buckingham Palace to receive formal instructions from Queen Elizabeth II to form a new government.
1min
AFP
Boris Johnson travels to Buckingham Palace

Boris Johnson travels to Buckingham Palace

Boris Johnson travels to Buckingham Palace following election win
1min
ITN
Nobel Laureate Abiy Ahmed hails Eritrea at peace prize ceremony

Nobel Laureate Abiy Ahmed hails Eritrea at peace prize ceremony

Ethiopian Prime Minister and Nobel laureate Abiy Ahmed praised Eritrea in his speech at the peace prize ceremony. Ahmed was honored for the role he played in ending conflict between the two countries.
1min
Independent Media
Cameron: This result marks the end of Corbyn

Cameron: This result marks the end of Corbyn

David Cameron gives his support to Boris following election win.
1min
ITN
2 Killed In Assam Amid Protests Against Citizenship Act And Other Stories

2 Killed In Assam Amid Protests Against Citizenship Act And Other Stories

Two people were killed and several injured in police firing in Assam's Guwahati amid a raging agitation against the Citizenship Act; Violence erupted in Meghalaya where cars were set on fire forcing authorities to impose curfew in Shillong and sus...
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NDTV
Nationalists win big in Northern Ireland, prompting calls for border poll

Nationalists win big in Northern Ireland, prompting calls for border poll

Nationalists said the result paved the way towards a vote on whether there should be a united Ireland, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson won a crushing victory across the union.
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Euronews
Victory for nationalism? Johnson's win puts UK's future in doubt

Victory for nationalism? Johnson's win puts UK's future in doubt

Britain's election result was hailed as a victory for English, Scottish and Irish nationalism. Could it could spell the end of the United Kingdom? Ciara Lee reports
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Reuters
Results Have Started Showing, Says Nirmala Sitharaman On Economic Crisis

Results Have Started Showing, Says Nirmala Sitharaman On Economic Crisis

Results Have Started Showing, Says Nirmala Sitharaman On Economic Crisis
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NDTV
Boris Johnson 'humbled' after majority win

Boris Johnson 'humbled' after majority win

The United Kingdom's Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is 'humbled' by the majority win for a Conservative government and thanks voters who voted 'to get Brexit done'. With almost all results declared for the 650-seat parliament, Johnson's Cons...
1min
AFP
AP Top Stories December 13

AP Top Stories December 13

Here's the latest for Friday December 13th: Judiciary Committee to vote on impeachment articles Friday; Boris Johnson's Conservatives win big in UK parliamentary election; US test-fires previously banned missile: Mountain lion caught in California.
1min
Associated Press
Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith speaks on PM's future

Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith speaks on PM's future

Iain Duncan Smith on what the Tories do next
1min
ITN
Bougainville residents celebrate independence referendum win

Bougainville residents celebrate independence referendum win

Jubilant Bougainville residents celebrate days after they voted to secede from Papua New Guinea.
1min
AFP
European leaders arrive in Brussels for second day of EU summit (2)

European leaders arrive in Brussels for second day of EU summit (2)

European leaders arrive in Brussels for the second day of a summit where the bloc's plans to tackle climate change will be one of the key topics of debate. After the resounding victory of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's party, EU leaders say they w...
1min
AFP
Mammoth field fires up Norway's oil industry

Mammoth field fires up Norway's oil industry

Under yellow metal legs stretching beneath the sea, billions of dollars lie buried. As the world tries hard to halt global warming, a huge oil field breathes new life into Norway's oil sector.
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AFP
Difficult conditions for commuters in Paris metro on 9th day of transport strike

Difficult conditions for commuters in Paris metro on 9th day of transport strike

"Don't push!" In the overcrowded corridors of Châtelet metro station, in the middle of rush hour, overwhelmed commuters are trying desperately to get to work. Transport provider RATP is providing a minimum service on just a few metro lines on the ...
1min
AFP
Europe reacts: Put Brexit deal to vote 'as soon as possible', says EU

Europe reacts: Put Brexit deal to vote 'as soon as possible', says EU

Boris Johnson's resounding victory means the Withdrawal Agreement should be passed by the House of Commons quickly.
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Euronews
"Won't Apologise," Says Rahul Gandhi Amid Row Over "Rape In India" Remark

"Won't Apologise," Says Rahul Gandhi Amid Row Over "Rape In India" Remark

Rahul Gandhi, who was not allowed by the Speaker to respond, told reporters outside: "I won't apologise... Let me clarify what I said. I said the PM keeps talking about 'Make In India'. So when one opens the newspaper one hoped that one would see ...
3mins
NDTV
Sundowns and Maritzburg looking to lock horns in this weekends TKO final

Sundowns and Maritzburg looking to lock horns in this weekends TKO final

Khaya Ndubane hosts Thembinkosi Sekgaphane and Tshepo Ntsoelengoe as they preview this weekend's Telkom Knockout final between Mamelodi Sundowns and Maritzburg United. Video: Carlos Muchave Pictures: Gallo Images
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Sport, , ,
The Citizen
Hong Kong protests put a dampener on Christmas

Hong Kong protests put a dampener on Christmas

After more than six months of protests in Hong Kong, some local residents of the financial hub are not in the mood to celebrate Christmas.
1min
AFP
Kentucky nonviolent felons get voting rights back

Kentucky nonviolent felons get voting rights back

Professing his belief in redemption, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order Thursday to restore voting rights for more than 140,000 nonviolent offenders who have completed their sentences.
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Associated Press
Johnson tells supporters after win "we did it!"

Johnson tells supporters after win "we did it!"

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party won a majority in Britain's Parliament. He says the victory gives him a mandate to navigate Britain's exit from the European Union.
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Associated Press
European leaders arrive in Brussels for second day of EU summit

European leaders arrive in Brussels for second day of EU summit

European leaders arrive in Brussels for the second day of a summit where the bloc's plans to tackle climate change will be one of the key topics of debate. After the resounding victory of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's party, EU leaders say they w...
1min
AFP
2019 General Election: Results after 649 seats declared

2019 General Election: Results after 649 seats declared

A look at the UK 2019 election results after 649 seats have been declared. The Conservatives have secured a large majority, with the Labour Party suffering huge losses.
1min
Press Association
House panel delays impeachment articles vote

House panel delays impeachment articles vote

The vote to move forward with impeaching President Donald Trump has been postponed until Friday (December 13).
1min
Reuters
Japan PM Shinzo Abe's India Visit Postponed Amid Citizenship Act Protests

Japan PM Shinzo Abe's India Visit Postponed Amid Citizenship Act Protests

apanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to India, scheduled next week, has been postponed. "Both sides have decided to defer the visit to a mutually convenient date in the near future," the foreign ministry said. A Japanese media report had said...
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NDTV
UK Liberal Democrats to elect new leader in new year after Jo Swinson loses seat

UK Liberal Democrats to elect new leader in new year after Jo Swinson loses seat

After less than six months in the job, Jo Swinson is to be replaced as leader of the Liberal Democrats.
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Euronews
McDonnell: I think it's time we had a woman as party leader

McDonnell: I think it's time we had a woman as party leader

John McDonnell thinks it's time for a woman to lead the party
1min
ITN
EU says 'ready' for Brexit trade talks after Johnson win

EU says 'ready' for Brexit trade talks after Johnson win

EU Council President Charles Michel says the bloc is ready to embark on trade talks with Britain and will do the utmost to protect European priorities after Prime Minister Boris Johnson's resounding election victory.
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AFP
Election 2019: How the UK constituency map looks after Tory victory

Election 2019: How the UK constituency map looks after Tory victory

How the UK constituency map looks after 649 of the 650 seats were announced in a huge night for the Conservative Party. The country is looking blue after massive swings from Labour to the Tories.
1min
Press Association
Johnson celebrates Conservative victory

Johnson celebrates Conservative victory

Boris Johnson declares "we smashed the roadblock, we ended the gridlock" as he celebrated "the biggest Conservative majority since the 1980s" with party workers in central London. The Prime Minister is set to visit the Queen at Buckingham Palace ...
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Press Association
UK's Johnson gets 'huge' Brexit mandate in seismic election win

UK's Johnson gets 'huge' Brexit mandate in seismic election win

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's ruling Conservatives have won a significant majority in an election that reshapes the British political landscape and breaks the Brexit gridlock.
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Reuters
"Is Every Man In India A Rapist?": Smriti Irani On Rahul Gandhi's Remark

"Is Every Man In India A Rapist?": Smriti Irani On Rahul Gandhi's Remark

Union Minister Smriti Irani, who led an all-out offensive against Rahul Gandhi in parliament over his "Rape in India" comment targeting the government, continued her tirade outside it as she demanded to know whether the Congress leader saw "every ...
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NDTV
Conservative Party wins UK General Election

Conservative Party wins UK General Election

Boris Johnson says the Conservatives have 'a new mandate' as his party secures a landslide victory over Labour in the UK General Election. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn pledged to step down but insisted his party 'did not descend into the gutter'. ...
1min
Oovvuu/PA Originals
Thorny art in Singapore: Durian seller parodies $120,000 banana art

Thorny art in Singapore: Durian seller parodies $120,000 banana art

After an artist made headlines by eating a $120,000 banana artwork taped to a gallery wall in Miami, a Singaporean durian seller has responds with his own funky art piece.
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AFP