What does the Christchurch attacks mean to a Muslim from New Zealand?

What does the Christchurch attacks mean to a Muslim from New Zealand?

TRT World producer Mohamed Hassan, who grew up in New Zealand, reflects on the terror attacks on two mosques in Christchurch. #NewZealandTerroristAttack
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Nike slammed for freezing pregnant athletes' sponsorship.

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Outdoor extreme sports festival in southeast Turkey

Outdoor extreme sports festival in southeast Turkey

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Meet the cat that guards the Hagia Sophia

Meet the cat that guards the Hagia Sophia

Gli is a cross-eyed adorable cat that has been living in Hagia Sophia for the past 15 years. The Hagia Sophia is more than 2,000 years old and is one of the most extraordinary structures ever built. It has been a temple, church, mosque and museum.
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8 things to know about Ramadan

8 things to know about Ramadan

Millions of Muslims around the world are observing the holy month of Ramadan. It’s a month of fasting, spiritual purification and prayer for Muslims. Here are eight facts you should know about it. #Ramadan #Muslims
Here's how fasting affects our gut health

Here's how fasting affects our gut health

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Who is Pragya Thakur?

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Australia's new social media law penalises violent content

Australia's new social media law penalises violent content

Australia will fine social media and web hosting companies up to 10 percent of their annual global turnover and imprison executives for up to three years if violent content is not removed "expeditiously" under a new law. The bill was passed in res...
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Is Huawei setting up a 5G spy network for China?

Is Huawei setting up a 5G spy network for China?

One of the world's biggest mobile phone companies, Huawei, is embroiled in a fraud case with the US and CFO Meng Wanzhou is now fighting extradition after her arrest in Canada. But the case is part of a global trade dispute between China and the...
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Belgium apologises for kidnapping children from African colonies

Belgium apologises for kidnapping children from African colonies

Belgium is officially apologising for kidnapping children from its African colonies for the first time. Children born to Belgian settlers and local women in Congo, Rwanda and Burundi were forcibly taken to Belgium between 1959 and 1962. #Belgium #...
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Turkey says S-400 is a 'done deal' amid US threats

Turkey says S-400 is a 'done deal' amid US threats

Turkey will not turn back from a major arms deal with Russia despite its suspension from the F-35 fighter jet programme by the US, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says. #US #Turkey #NATO
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Turkey says S-400 is a 'done deal' amid US threats

Turkey says S-400 is a 'done deal' amid US threats

Turkey will not turn back from a major arms deal with Russia despite its suspension from the F-35 fighter jet programme by the US, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says. #US #Turkey #NATO
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Cholera cases in Mozambique now above 1,400

Cholera cases in Mozambique now above 1,400

Cholera cases in cyclone-hit Mozambique have spiked to more than 1,400 and a second person has died from the disease. #Mozambique #cholera
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Who is Bouteflika?

Who is Bouteflika?

Algeria's ailing president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, resigned on Tuesday after weeks of protest against his rule. Here is what you need to know about him.
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Yemeni doctor warns of 'disastrous' situation before dying of cholera

Yemeni doctor warns of 'disastrous' situation before dying of cholera

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Saudi Arabia gave millions to Khashoggi family to avoid public criticism - report

Saudi Arabia gave millions to Khashoggi family to avoid public criticism - report

Saudi Arabia has given million-dollar houses and monthly five-figure payments to Jamal Khashoggi's children in a bid to reach an agreement with the family and avoid public criticism. #Khashoggi #Saudi #MBS
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Saudi Arabia gave millions to Khashoggi family to avoid public criticism - report

Saudi Arabia has given 'million-dollar houses' and "monthly five-figure payments" to Jamal Khashoggi's children in a bid to reach an agreement with the family to avoid public criticism #Khashoggi #Saudi #MBS
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Iran evacuates villages due to flood risks

Iran evacuates villages due to flood risks

The Iranian government has ordered the evacuation of 70 villages that are under risk of flooding. In the last two weeks, at least 47 people have been killed in various parts of Iran due to flash floods. #Iran #flood
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Iran evacuates villages due to flood risks

Iran evacuates villages due to flood risks

The Iranian government has ordered the evacuation of 70 villages that are under risk of flooding. In the last two weeks, at least 47 people have been killed in various parts of Iran due to flash floods. #Iran #flood
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Turkey elected its first mayor with disability

Turkey elected its first mayor with disability

Turan Hancerli lost both his arms three days before he started studying law in 1993, but it did not prevent him from achieving his goals. The 44-year-old lawyer and father of two has become the first mayor with a disability in Turkey in the 2019 ...
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EU's chief Brexit negotiator says no-deal Brexit is 'more likely'

EU's chief Brexit negotiator says no-deal Brexit is 'more likely'

EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says the bloc's 27 member states are prepared for the UK to leave the bloc without an agreement, but that it was "never our desired or intended scenario". #Brexit #UK #EU
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Facebook removes hundreds of accounts in India and Pakistan

Facebook removes hundreds of accounts in India and Pakistan

Facebook has removed hundreds of pages, groups and accounts in India and Pakistan for "inauthentic behaviour or spam". #IndiaElections #Facebook #FakeNews
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Hundreds of fake Twitter accounts boost Netanyahu, watchdog says

Hundreds of fake Twitter accounts boost Netanyahu, watchdog says

An Israeli watchdog group says it has identified a network of hundreds of fake Twitter accounts promoting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and attacking his opponents in the run-up to the elections. #Netanyahu #Israel #IsraelElection
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Gaza mourns teenager killed by Israeli snipers

Gaza mourns teenager killed by Israeli snipers

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Palestinians mark the first anniversary of the Great March of Return

Palestinians mark the first anniversary of the Great March of Return

Palestinians have been participating in the "Great March of Return" for one year now. They are demanding an end to the 12-year Israeli blockade of Gaza and the right to return to their former lands.
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