Tourist police wearing charro outfits patrol Mexico City

Tourist police wearing charro outfits patrol Mexico City

Tourist police officers wearing 'charro' outfits, traditional Mexican clothing, patrol with their horses in the Alameda Central in Mexico City.
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Newspaper front page marking one week since mosque attacks

Newspaper front page marking one week since mosque attacks

Front page and inside stories from New Zealand newspaper, one week to the day since a heavily armed white supremacist stormed two mosques in a murder spree streamed online. National mourning will commence at 1.30pm (0030 GMT) with a call to prayer...
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Dozens killed as ferry sinks in north Iraq

Dozens killed as ferry sinks in north Iraq

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Former president Temer arrives at Rio police HQ after arrest

Former president Temer arrives at Rio police HQ after arrest

Former Brazil's president Michel Temer arrives at Rio de Janeiro's police headquarters after being arrested on allegations that he was the leader of a criminal organization involved in corruption, embezzlement and money laundering.
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Brazil's Bolsonaro lands in Santiago ahead of PROSUR meeting

Brazil's Bolsonaro lands in Santiago ahead of PROSUR meeting

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro gets off the plane at his arrival in Santiago, ahead of the PROSUR South American new regional bloc.
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Former Muslim detainee tells of China camp traumas

Former Muslim detainee tells of China camp traumas

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China's Xi Jinping arrives in Italy amid Silk Road unease

China's Xi Jinping arrives in Italy amid Silk Road unease

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Brazil’s Temer stopped, detained on highway in “Car Wash” probe

Brazil’s Temer stopped, detained on highway in “Car Wash” probe

Security forces stop the car with Brazil's ex-president Michel Temer inside as he becomes the latest former leader of the Latin American country to be caught up in the so-called Car Wash investigation that has claimed dozens of political and corpo...
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Detained ex-president Temer transferred out of Sao Paulo airport

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Brazil's ex-president Michel Temer leaves Sao Paulo airport before his transfer to Rio as he becomes the latest former leader of Brazil to be caught up in a sprawling anti-corruption probe that has already claimed dozens of political and corporate...
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'Superman' encourages people to vote in Thai general election

'Superman' encourages people to vote in Thai general election

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's 'Superman'... running through Bangkok's heavy traffic with a Thai flag and banner, urging people to vote in Sunday's general election, the country's first since 2011.
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Democrat Gillum announces Florida voter-registration campaign

Democrat Gillum announces Florida voter-registration campaign

The former Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum vows to register one million new Democratic voters in Florida, before the 2020 Presidential election.
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Serbian victims of NATO's deadly "mistakes" feel forgotten

Serbian victims of NATO's deadly "mistakes" feel forgotten

On the outskirts of the Serbian town of Surdulica a black cross looms above a grave almost completely covered in a tangle of weeds -- the final resting place of civilians killed 20 years ago by NATO bombs. The quiet, mountain-ringed town of some 1...
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ToniBler and Klinton: Love for West lives on in Kosovar names

ToniBler and Klinton: Love for West lives on in Kosovar names

Streets lined with US flags, murals thanking NATO, and boys named ToniBler and Klinton: Kosovars have no shortage of ways to thank Western powers for intervening 20 years ago to end the war with Serbia.
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The rebel Comoros suburb turning a blind eye to elections

The rebel Comoros suburb turning a blind eye to elections

On the outskirts of the capital Moroni, a rebel suburb is turning a blind eye to Comoros' presidential election, in protest over a local man who was shot dead by military police during a policing operation that went wrong. Locals say they won't bl...
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Devastating floods in southern Africa

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Videographic locating Mozambique and areas affected by devastating flooding in southern Africa.
Images of Venezuelan intelligence service headquarters

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Juan Guaidos chief of staff Roberto Marrero was grabbed by SEBIN officers when they staged a pre-dawn raid on his Caracas home, according to Guaido and a recorded voice message by Marrero published on social media.
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Venezuela's Guaido leaves Marrero's house after arrest

Venezuela's Guaido leaves Marrero's house after arrest

Juan Guaido, the opposition leader recognized by the US and other countries as the interim leader of Venezuela, leaves the house of Roberto Marrero, after intelligence officers staged a pre-dawn raid on his chief of staff's Caracas home.
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Venezuela Guaido denounces arrest of his chief of staff (tweet)

Venezuela Guaido denounces arrest of his chief of staff (tweet)

Juan Guaido, the opposition leader recognized by the US and other countries as interim leader of Venezuela, announces on Twitter that Venezuelan intelligence officers arrested his chief of staff Roberto Marrero. ANIMATED VIDEO
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US' Pompeo demands Venezuela release Guaido aide (tweet)

US' Pompeo demands Venezuela release Guaido aide (tweet)

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo demands on Twitter that Venezuela immediately release opposition leader Juan Guaido's top aide and vows to hold accountable those involved in the arrest.
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Venezuelan media gather outside Guaido's chief of staff's house

Venezuelan media gather outside Guaido's chief of staff's house

Journalists gather outside the house of Roberto Marrero, Juan Guaido's chief of staff, after Venezuelan intelligence officers arrested him at night.
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Rio's stray bullets cause innocents to suffer

Rio's stray bullets cause innocents to suffer

Parents and friends of Maria Eduarda, a schoolgirl killed two years ago by stray police bullets in Rio de Janeiro, protest in front of the governor's office. According to Rio de Paz, the NGO that organized the protest, 54 children under the age of...
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Iraqi Kurds holding lit torches walk up a mountain in the town of Akra, 500 kilometres north of Baghdad, during celebrations of Nowruz (Noruz), the Persian New Year. The Persian New Year is an ancient Zoroastrian tradition celebrated by Iranians a...
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Eternal shell: Sacred turtle embalmed in Hanoi

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A sacred giant turtle that died in Hanoi's storied Hoan Kiem lake has been given a new lease on life by city authorities who have embalmed the beloved creature for posterity -- and tourist visits.
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India colours up for Holi festival

India colours up for Holi festival

Indian families cover each other with coloured powder to celebrate Holi, the Hindu spring festival of colours, during a traditional gathering at a temple in New Delhi.
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Airbus delivers A380 decorated with turtles to Japan

Airbus delivers A380 decorated with turtles to Japan

Japanese airline ANA receives a delivery of its first A380 from Airbus, decorated with blue sea turtles, explaining that the animal "represents luck and longevity" in Hawaiian legend.
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