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The latest news stories from around the world, including business, sports and cultural events.
41 Episodes
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Good Morning Europe

Good Morning Europe

Sets the day’s news agenda and leads the way for the channel’s ground-breaking approach to news gathering and reporting. Good Morning Europe untethers a fleet of mobile journalists - MoJo’s – to gather news as it happens.
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Plane in Hawaii crash had scary 2016 mishap

Plane in Hawaii crash had scary 2016 mishap

A skydiving plane that crashed Friday in Hawaii, killing 11 people, was involved in a terrifying midair incident three years ago in California. The 2016 sky diving incident was captured on camera by one of the skydivers aboard.
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Associated Press
Azar calls on Congress to help border child care

Azar calls on Congress to help border child care

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar is calling on Congress to come up with a "unified package" to help fund the care of unaccompanied children being held at the southern border.
1min
Associated Press
Suspect in cop killing has bandaged head in court

Suspect in cop killing has bandaged head in court

A man charged with murder in the killing of a rookie California police officer is under an around-the-clock psychiatric watch after officials on Monday said he injured himself in a jail cell.
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Associated Press
Chinese victim's family distraught over loss

Chinese victim's family distraught over loss

The family of a Chinese scholar who was abducted and killed was distraught at a news conference following the conviction of the suspect on Monday. The family's lawyer said the family can't imagine how they will live their lives without her.
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Associated Press
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends Fete Nationale events in Montreal

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends Fete Nationale events in Montreal

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends Fete Nationale events in the Montreal neighbourhoods of Pointe-aux-Trembles and Villeray. Fete Nationale, also known as St-Jean-Baptiste Day, is celebrated every June 24.
1min
Canadian Press
Iran: We don't want war or escalation of tensions

Iran: We don't want war or escalation of tensions

Iran's U.N. ambassador is calling the current situation "very dangerous" and says the United States should de-escalate tensions by stopping "its military adventurism" in the region.
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Associated Press
Stonewall Stories: Legacy of the LGBTQ rebellion

Stonewall Stories: Legacy of the LGBTQ rebellion

It was a speakeasy-like bar with one of the few floors in New York City where men danced with other men. On June 28, 1969, the Stonewall Inn became the place where a rebellion against a police raid helped propel the modern LGBTQ rights movement.
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Associated Press
AP Top Stories June 24

AP Top Stories June 24

Here's the latest for Monday June 24th: Trump signs 'hard-hitting' sanctions on Iran; Woman, 3 children died of heat exposure near border; Driver with record charged with 7 homicides in biker crash; US officials recruit Dikembe Mutombo for Ebola PSA.
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Associated Press
Trump order aimed at 'real' health care costs

Trump order aimed at 'real' health care costs

President Donald Trump signed an executive order Monday that calls for upfront disclosure by hospitals of actual prices for common tests and procedures to keep costs down.
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Associated Press
Oil spill: New study contradicts owner's claims

Oil spill: New study contradicts owner's claims

A new federally led study of oil seeping from a platform toppled off Louisiana 14½ years ago finds releases lower than other recent estimates.
1min
Associated Press
'Toy Story 4' opens big but below expectations

'Toy Story 4' opens big but below expectations

"Toy Story 4" topped this weekend's box office earning US$118 million. But the animated film did not surpass Disney's high expectations. Disney predicted that the latest Pixar film could earn up to $140 million domestically in its debut weekend. "...
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Canadian Press
Tom Hardy is officially returning for 'Venom' sequel

Tom Hardy is officially returning for 'Venom' sequel

English actor Tom Hardy has been confirmed to return as "Venom" in an upcoming sequel. The producer of the original film, Amy Pascal, revealed that the 41-year-old actor will be reprising his role. Hardy will again play the titular Symbiote a.k.a....
1min
Canadian Press
Stonewall Stories: Legacy of the LGBTQ rebellion

Stonewall Stories: Legacy of the LGBTQ rebellion

It was a speakeasy-like bar with one of the few floors in New York City where men danced with other men. On June 28, 1969, the Stonewall Inn became the place where a rebellion against a police raid helped propel the modern LGBTQ rights movement.
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Associated Press
The science of heatwaves: How will this week compare to 2003?

The science of heatwaves: How will this week compare to 2003?

Alex Morgan at #TheCube asks extreme weather expert Dr Dann Mitchell how this heatwave might compare to past summers, and if we're having more hot spells.
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Euronews
Jharkhand Killing 11th Mob Attack In 2019, Minorities Targeted More: Data

Jharkhand Killing 11th Mob Attack In 2019, Minorities Targeted More: Data

The death of a man in Jharkhand following mob violence is not the first of its kind to occur this year. According to data from the website Factchecker.in this is the 11th instance of hate crime this year. So far, 4 people have been killed and 22 p...
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NDTV
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Seeks Parole, Jail Chief Praises Him For "Good Conduct"

Gurmeet Ram Rahim Seeks Parole, Jail Chief Praises Him For "Good Conduct"

Rape and murder convict Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh is not a "hardcore" criminal and had a good conduct in prison, the jail superintendent of Rohtak district said while seeking opinion from Haryana's Sirsa district administration on whether to grant p...
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NDTV
Canada Day event with declining attendance cancelled at Ontario legislature

Canada Day event with declining attendance cancelled at Ontario legislature

Ontario's legislature will no longer host a Canada Day celebration. Government officials say the decades-old tradition has seen a huge decline in attendance over the years. It's estimated that 5,000 people attended last year's event, down from 25...
1min
Canadian Press
Russian farm community fights mental health stigma

Russian farm community fights mental health stigma

At a farm outside Saint Petersburg, a group of people with mental disabilities are working in a bakery, a barn and a dairy -- a rare case of integration in Russia, where mental health issues face a strong stigma.
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AFP
Donald Trump orders new sanctions against Iran's supreme leader and associates

Donald Trump orders new sanctions against Iran's supreme leader and associates

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order targeting Iran's supreme leader and his associates with financial sanctions. Mr Trump said the supreme leader is responsible for Iran's hostile conduct.
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Press Association
US: Iran sanctions lock up 'billions of dollars'

US: Iran sanctions lock up 'billions of dollars'

After President Donald Trump signed an order targeting Iran's supreme leader and associates with additional financial sanctions, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said the move will 'lock up literally billions of dollars of assets.'
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Associated Press
Sanders, Dems tout bill to cancel student debt

Sanders, Dems tout bill to cancel student debt

Sen. Bernie Sanders and House progressives unveils legislation to cancel all student debt, going farther than a signature proposal by Sen. Elizabeth Warren as the two jockey for support from the party's liberal base.
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Associated Press
Istanbul election: 'Something is changing'

Istanbul election: 'Something is changing'

Supporters and opponents of Istanbul's new mayor explain why they think Ekrem Imamoglu won.
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BBC News
Milan-Cortina d'Ampezzo awarded 2026 Olympic Winter Games

Milan-Cortina d'Ampezzo awarded 2026 Olympic Winter Games

Four other potential hosts earlier dropped out of the race with concerns over the size and cost of the event.
1min
Euronews
UP Alliance Break-Up, Congress Crisis: Is India's Opposition Collapsing?

UP Alliance Break-Up, Congress Crisis: Is India's Opposition Collapsing?

Mayawati officially called off her alliance with Akhilesh Yadav today after the Lok Sabha election disaster. Meanwhile, it has been nearly a month since Rahul Gandhi offered his resignation as Congress president but the party is in limbo with no c...
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NDTV
Ethiopia regional coup mastermind killed, others arrested - government

Ethiopia regional coup mastermind killed, others arrested - government

The man accused of trying to seize control of Ethiopia's northern Amhara region was shot dead on Monday, a senior government official said, and a number of other plotters have been arrested.
1min
Reuters
Chennai Goes Dry: Man-Made Crisis?

Chennai Goes Dry: Man-Made Crisis?

As Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu go dry it's all-out water politics with the opposition DMK now hitting the streets against the E Palanisami government.
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NDTV
India's Water Emergency: Hurtling Towards 'Day Zero'?

India's Water Emergency: Hurtling Towards 'Day Zero'?

As a delayed monsoon, drying reservoirs and government apathy create a deadly cocktail, Reality Check focuses on water, now a scarce commodity from our metros to our farms.
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NDTV
Bangladesh "Tree Man" wants hands amputated to relieve pain

Bangladesh "Tree Man" wants hands amputated to relieve pain

A Bangladeshi known as the "Tree Man" because of the bark-like growths on his body says he wants his hands amputated to relieve him of unbearable pain.
1min
AFP
Italians rejoice as Milan chosen to host 2026 Winter Olympics

Italians rejoice as Milan chosen to host 2026 Winter Olympics

Italians rejoice as the name of Milan-Cortina d'Ampezzo is pulled from the envelope by International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach. Milan-Cortina d'Ampezzo will host the Winter Olympics in 2026 after the Italian bid beat the Swedis...
1min
AFP
Trump signs 'hard-hitting' sanctions on Iran

Trump signs 'hard-hitting' sanctions on Iran

President Donald Trump signs an executive order targeting Iran's supreme leader and his associates with financial sanctions, the latest action the U.S. has taken to pressure Tehran from developing nuclear weapons and supporting militant groups.
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Associated Press
Man who pushed ex-Eurotunnel boss on to Tube track jailed for life

Man who pushed ex-Eurotunnel boss on to Tube track jailed for life

Paranoid schizophrenic Paul Crossley, who pushed a former Eurotunnel boss on to the Tube tracks, has been jailed at the Old Bailey for life with a minimum of 12 years.
1min
Press Association
White House talks tough, but seeks talks with Iran

White House talks tough, but seeks talks with Iran

As Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tries to building a coalition overseas against Tehran, White House aide Kellyanne Conway said the president is taking a hardline toward Iran but still wants talks. She also pushed Congress on immigration.
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Associated Press
Iran says U.S. cyber attacks fail, hints at talks

Iran says U.S. cyber attacks fail, hints at talks

Iran said on Monday U.S. cyber attacks on its military had been a failure, while also hinting that it could be willing to discuss new concessions with Washington if the United States were to lift sanctions and offer new incentives.
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Reuters
Water crisis sparks protests in India

Water crisis sparks protests in India

Residents of the drought-hit Indian cities of Chennai and Madurai took to the streets to protest and held special prayers in response to the region's ongoing water crisis.
1min
Reuters
Two Eurofighter jets collide over Germany, one pilot found alive in tree

Two Eurofighter jets collide over Germany, one pilot found alive in tree

Two Eurofighter jets collide over Germany, one pilot found alive in tree
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Euronews
John Prescott is said to be "over the worst" after stroke

John Prescott is said to be "over the worst" after stroke

John Prescott is said to be "over the worst" after suffering a stroke.
1min
ITN
'They've killed a lot of young kids'

'They've killed a lot of young kids'

Maria and Bryan managed to get away from gang violence fuelled by the drug trade.
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BBC News
'They've killed a lot of young kids'

'They've killed a lot of young kids'

Maria and Brayan managed to get away from gang violence fuelled by the drug trade.
1min
BBC News
Via Ferrata route takes novice climbers to an all-time high

Via Ferrata route takes novice climbers to an all-time high

Metal cables, rungs, pegs, carved steps, ladders and bridges, all secured deep into the mountain rock, help novice climbers conquer their fears at Mount Norquay's via ferrata in Banff National Park. Italian for "iron road," Via Ferrata is an assis...
1min
Canadian Press
Watch: One country's trash is musical treasure in DRC

Watch: One country's trash is musical treasure in DRC

A rubbish dump may seem an odd place to seek inspiration, but not for band Fulu Muziki.
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Euronews
"Where's My Waiver?": Rajasthan Farmer Slams Ashok Gehlot In Suicide Note

"Where's My Waiver?": Rajasthan Farmer Slams Ashok Gehlot In Suicide Note

A 45-year-old farmer committed suicide at Thakri village in Rajasthan's Sri Ganganagar district on Sunday, leaving behind a farewell video and a two-page note accusing the Ashok Gehlot government of not honouring its pre-poll promise of waiving ba...
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NDTV
Parisians and visitors cool down in French capital fountains

Parisians and visitors cool down in French capital fountains

Parisians and visitors attempt to cool down by dousing themselves in water in the French capital's fountains near Trocadéro, across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower. A dog is seen frolicking in the water as well. Temperatures are expected to reach ...
1min
AFP
Watch: Classmates help aspiring mechanic shift into top gear with 3D-printed arm

Watch: Classmates help aspiring mechanic shift into top gear with 3D-printed arm

The prosthetic arm is the result of a project between Wawro's classmates and the E-Nable foundation, a community of volunteers who use their 3D printers to create free arms and hands for those in need.
1min
Euronews
'We have somehow normalised gambling'

'We have somehow normalised gambling'

NHS calls for gambling industry to be taxed to help fund addiction services.
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ITN
"Safety Guaranteed": Bengaluru Police Say IMA Jewels Scam Accused Can Return

"Safety Guaranteed": Bengaluru Police Say IMA Jewels Scam Accused Can Return

A day after IMA Jewels case accused Mansoor Khan claimed in a video that he was willing to face an investigation in India despite an alleged risk to his life, Bengaluru police today said they will guarantee the businessman's safety if he returns t...
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NDTV
Macron holds Mediterranean summit in Marseille

Macron holds Mediterranean summit in Marseille

Governement ministers and civil society representatives from ten Mediterranean countries gather in Marseille for a regional summit. They pose for a family photo with Emmanuel Macron at the Pharo Palace, near the Old Port.
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AFP
Japan whaling town hopes to keep tradition alive

Japan whaling town hopes to keep tradition alive

Japan is set to restart commercial whaling on July 1st, a practice banned globally by the International Whaling Commission, after the country said it plans to withdraw from the Commission at the end of the month. Whale meat specialty restaurants are
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Reuters
Watch: Floating turntable keeps vinyl up to date

Watch: Floating turntable keeps vinyl up to date

Powered by magnets, the €2,460 platter floats as it plays music. The designer says the lack of motor makes for a crisper, clearer sound.
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Euronews