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Millions of pilgrims began bathing on the first official day of India's Kumbh Mela on Tuesday, the world's largest religious festival. #kumbh #kumbmela #largestfestival
The UK parliament voted against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal by a massive margin, triggering a no-confidence vote that could bring down her government. #Brexit #UK #EU
Turkey's main opposition party leaders have slammed US President Donald Trump's threat to "devastate" Turkey's economy if it "hit the Kurds". The leaders have warned against conflating Kurds with members of the PKK terror group PKK and its Syrian ...
A new migrant caravan has formed in Honduras. Migrants will be taking the perilous journey towards the US-Mexico border, in a bid for a safer and better life. #US #Mexico #Migrants
Hours after Trump threatened to "devastate Turkey economically", the Turkish and US presidents spoke over the phone to discuss the idea of a terror-free safe zone in northern Syria and economic ties between the two countries. #Turkey #Trump #Syria
People in Zimbabwe took to the streets in the main cities of Harare and Bulawayo to protest a massive fuel price hike announced by the government. #Zimbabwe #protest #fuel
US President Donald Trump ordered burgers, fries and pizzas to welcome his guests at the White House, blaming the partial government shutdown for the staff shortage. #White House #Donald Trump #hamburger
A recent study shows that at least 320,000 people are homeless in Britain, meaning that one in every 200 people is homeless nationally. In England alone, the number of 'rough sleepers' increased by at least 169 percent since 2010. #Homeless #Brita...
The far-right Alternative for Germany party has voted to campaign for Germany's exit from the EU if its demand for reforms within the bloc are not met. #Germany #exit #EU
Turkey's foreign minister pushed back against comments from US President Donald Trump, who threatened to 'devastate Turkey economically if they hit Kurds.' #Turkey #US
The UN's World Food Programme says it has been forced to cut aid to impoverished Palestinians due to a lack of funding. US aid cuts have had the biggest impact on the agency. #Palestine #UN
US President Donald Trump recently threatened to declare a national emergency to build a wall along the border with Mexico. Here's what you need to know about national emergencies in the US in brief. #US #Mexico #NationalEmergency #Trump
Seventeen refugee women from Syria came together and established a kitchen where they cook and cater traditional Syrian food. Here's their story.
"Why is he so chummy with Vladimir Putin?" Democratic Senator Dick Durbin questions US President Donald Trump's possible ties to Russia
The New York Times reported that the FBI was so alarmed by Trump's actions in 2017, it opened an inquiry into whether he was secretly working on behalf of Russia. #FBI #Trump #Russia
Cher Muzyk, a mother of two, is struggling with the consequences of the US government shutdown. Her husband is one of the 800,000 federal workers whose salary has been temporarily suspended. #US #USGovernmentShutdown
The Macedonian parliament has agreed to change the country's name to the Republic of Northern Macedonia in accordance with an agreement signed with Greece in June last year. #Macedonia #Greece #name
Hundreds of refugees at a detention centre in Melbourne, Australia have reportedly gone on a hunger strike in protest of the harsh conditions at the facility. #Refugees #Immigration #Australia
A Houthi drone strike killed at least 6 Yemeni soldiers during a military parade in Yemen's Lahaj province on Thursday. Houthi rebels say the drone was packed with explosives and designed to blow up about 20 metres off the ground. #Houthi #Yemen #...
Did you know there are two Chinas? The People's Republic of China and the Republic of China, more commonly called Taiwan. Here's their history, and a look at the complex relationship between them.
The number of ""working poor"" has been growing across Europe since the global financial crisis in 2008. Long considered an American phenomenon, the term ""working poor"" refers to a portion of the population that, although working, is paid below ...
Felix Tshisekedi has won the DRC's long-delayed presidential election. It will be the country's first democratic transfer of power since its independence from Belgium in 1960. #Tshisekedi #president #DRC