Climate change scenarios

Climate change scenarios

The world is "way off course" in its plan to prevent catastrophic climate change, the United Nations warned Monday as nations gathered in Poland to chart a way for mankind to avert runaway global warming. Videographic about climate change scenario...
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Chinese fishing deal makes waves for Madagascar's fishermen

Chinese fishing deal makes waves for Madagascar's fishermen

In Anakao, a traditional fishing community in southwest Madagascar, the community known as Vezo -- meaning -- "rowing strength" -- have fished for generations. But the arrival last year of six fishing trawlers off the coast has complicated their l...
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May vows 'assurances' over deal after winning confidence vote

May vows 'assurances' over deal after winning confidence vote

Speaking to the press, British Prime Minster Theresa May says she will seek assurances in Brussels that will "assuage concerns" over the Northern Ireland backstop after surviving a party confidence vote.
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Rally in Yangon to mark anniversary of Reuters reporters’ arrest

Rally in Yangon to mark anniversary of Reuters reporters’ arrest

Dozens of protesters gather in downtown Yangon to mark the one-year anniversary of the arrest of two Reuters journalists, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, over their reporting of the Rohingya crisis. Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, were arrested outside...
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Syrian Kurds worry after Turkey announces military operation

Syrian Kurds worry after Turkey announces military operation

Syrian Kurds worry after Turkey said it would launch a new operation in Syria within days against an American-backed Kurdish militia.
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Avenatti: Michael Cohen is neither a hero nor a patriot

Avenatti: Michael Cohen is neither a hero nor a patriot

Speaking after President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is sentenced to three years in prison, Stormy Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti describes Cohen as "neither a hero nor a patriot."
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May says wants to 'deliver Brexit' after winning confidence vote

May says wants to 'deliver Brexit' after winning confidence vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to the press outside 10 Downing Street after surviving a party confidence vote. May acknowledged a "signficant" number of colleagues had voted against her but said she wanted to "get on with the job of del...
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Cousin of jailed Sakharov Prize winner Oleg Sentsov speaks

Cousin of jailed Sakharov Prize winner Oleg Sentsov speaks

AFP speaks to the cousin of jailed Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov, winner of this year's Sakharov prize for human rights in October. Sentsov, who recently ended a hunger strike, is serving a 20-year sentence in a prison in the Russian Arctic.
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Londoners react as May faces confidence vote by her party

Londoners react as May faces confidence vote by her party

British people share their frustration and concern as British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a no-confidence motion from her own party over the unpopular Brexit deal she struck with EU leaders last month. The move has plunged her deeper into her...
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Red gold: Afghanistan saffron production grows

Red gold: Afghanistan saffron production grows

Starting before dawn has even broken, Afghanistan's army of saffron pickers shift their way across sun-baked fields to pluck the brightly coloured crocuses that are providing the country's farmers with a new means of income.
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Road out of Libreville full of potholes and problems

Road out of Libreville full of potholes and problems

Covered in mud, vehicles make the slow and arduous journey out of Libreville on the only road leading from the capital to the country's interior. The state is attempting to distribute improvement works among various companies, including one Chines...
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Tributes placed at scene of Strasbourg Christmas market attack

Tributes placed at scene of Strasbourg Christmas market attack

People have been paying tribute to the victims of Tuesday's attack at Strasbourg Christmas market.
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'Yellow vest' protesters worry about Strasbourg attack fallout

'Yellow vest' protesters worry about Strasbourg attack fallout

The day after a gunman shot three people dead and wounded 13 at a Christmas market in Strasbourg, 'yellow vest' protesters worry about the attack's impact on their movement and right to protest.
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Trump's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen leaving court after sentencing

Trump's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen leaving court after sentencing

President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen leaving court after being sentenced to 3 years in prison.
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Arc de Triomphe reopens after being damaged during protests

Arc de Triomphe reopens after being damaged during protests

The Arc de Triomphe at the top of the Champs-Elysees in Paris reopens after being covered in graffiti and ransacked during anti-government protests which rocked the capital on 1 December.
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Reactions after Strasbourg Christmas market attack

Reactions after Strasbourg Christmas market attack

Strasbourg residents react the day after a fugitive gunman opened fire on Christmas shoppers at a market in Strasbourg.
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Raising cattle a risky business for Venezuelan ranchers

Raising cattle a risky business for Venezuelan ranchers

Rotting hides on the road are all that is left of Jose Labrador's three butchered cows. Such carnage is common in Venezuela's cattle country, where thieves, squatters and government policy are threatening a vital food resource.
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Strasbourg Christmas market shooting

Strasbourg Christmas market shooting

Videographic locator map of Strasbourg in France. Hundreds of police and anti-terror forces hunted for a gunman who shot dead three people and wounded 13 at a Christmas market in the city.
Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen arriving at court ahead of sentencing

Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen arriving at court ahead of sentencing

President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen arriving at court with his family ahead of sentencing. Cohen is one of several members of Trump's team who have run afoul of the law, but the only one to belong to Trump's inner circle.
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Pilgrims arrive at Virgin of Guadalupe Basilica in Mexico City

Pilgrims arrive at Virgin of Guadalupe Basilica in Mexico City

Hundreds of thousands of pilgrims complete their annual trip to the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico to celebrate the date that, according to Roman-Catholic tradition, the Virgin appeared to San Juan Diego at the mountain of Tepeyac.
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Ukrainian film director Sentsov receives the Sakharov Prize

Ukrainian film director Sentsov receives the Sakharov Prize

The European Parliament awards the 2018 Sakharov Prize to the imprisoned Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov at a ceremony in the presence of his cousin Natalia Kaplan and his lawyer Dmitri Dinze.
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International Space Station

International Space Station

Videographic illustrating the International Space Station. Russian spacewalkers cut samples of material around a mysterious hole in a Soyuz spacecraft docked on the International Space Station that a Moscow official suggested could have been delib...
Strasbourg's Christmas market closed after shooting

Strasbourg's Christmas market closed after shooting

Security is tight and the stalls are closed at Strasbourg's famous Christmas market following Tuesday night's shooting by a lone gunman that has left two dead and 14 injured.
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Voyager, the solar system and beyond

Voyager, the solar system and beyond

Videographic on the Voyager mission. Voyager 2 has passed into interstellar space. Update.
UK PM May to contest confidence vote 'with everything I've got'

UK PM May to contest confidence vote 'with everything I've got'

Prime Minister Theresa May says she will contest a confidence vote in her leadership "with everything I've got", adding that changing course now could derail the Brexit process.
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