A whistle against sexual harassment at a festival in Tunisia

A whistle against sexual harassment at a festival in Tunisia

Patrols and whistle distribution: a Tunisian women's rights association is conducting a groundbreaking prevention campaign on the risks of sexual harassment during a festival that drew some 5,000 people to the Sahara desert.
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The House Judiciary Committee begins a historic debate on impeachment charges against President Trump. Trump is alleged to have wielded the power of the presidency for personal and political gain by pressuring Ukraine to interfere in the 2020 US e...
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Burkina Vista: Cuban music thrives in the bars of Ouagadougou

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In Ouagadougou, capital of Burkina Faso, many bars book Cuban style bands to play the hits of the legendary Buena Vista social club. The crowd are often aged 60-70 years plus, but still know how to cut shapes on the dance floor. The popularity of...
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Hong Kong memorial service for protester who died

Hong Kong memorial service for protester who died

Hundreds of mourners pay respects at a memorial service for a Hong Kong student whose death led to some of the most violent clashes in six months of democracy protests.
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Police forces charge anti-election protesters in Algeria's capital

Police forces charge anti-election protesters in Algeria's capital

Police forces charge Algerian protesters during an anti-election rally in the capital Algiers.
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ECB slightly lowers 2020 growth forecast to 1.1%

ECB slightly lowers 2020 growth forecast to 1.1%

The European Central Bank slightly lowers its eurozone growth forecast for 2020 to 1.1 percent from 1.2 percent, but sees output strengthening in the following two years, according to President of the European Central Bank.
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Anti-pension reform protesters kick off march in Paris

Anti-pension reform protesters kick off march in Paris

Protests against French President Emmanuel Macron's pension reforms start in Paris, on the eighth day of an enduring strike.
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During fuel shortage, oxen and horses keep Cuba moving

During fuel shortage, oxen and horses keep Cuba moving

Farmers plow their fields with oxen, Cubans use horse-drawn carriages to travel: amid a lack of fuel, in large part due to the US blockade, animal traction has made a comeback on the island to meet its transport and agricultural needs.
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Greenpeace activists threatens EU summit venue

Greenpeace activists threatens EU summit venue

Greenpeace activists deploy a banner on the fa├žade of the European Council building in Brussels after scaling it, warning of the climate emergency a few hours before the start of the summit of European heads of state.
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UK political leaders vote in general election

UK political leaders vote in general election

UK political leaders including PM Boris Johnson and Labour opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn cast their votes in the general election.
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Corbyn votes in Britain's snap 'Brexit election'

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Leader of the opposition Labour party Jeremy Corbyn casts his vote in Britain's general election. The future of Brexit is hanging in the balance in the snap pre-Christmas vote, aimed at drawing a line under years of political gridlock and bitter d...
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Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson casts her vote in Glasgow

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Leader of the Liberal Democrats Jo Swinson arrives to cast her vote in the UK's general election in Glasgow.
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Aung San Suu Kyi arrives at ICJ for Rohingya genocide case

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Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi arrives at the UN's top court in The Hague for the third day in the genocide case against Myanmar.
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British PM Boris Johnson arrives at polling station (2)

British PM Boris Johnson arrives at polling station (2)

British Prime minister Boris Johnson casts his vost in the general election in Westminster.
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British Prime minister Boris Johnson casts his vost in the general election in Westminster.
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Polls open in Algeria vote bitterly opposed by protesters

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Algerians cast their vote in the presidential elections that is bitterly opposed by a protest movement that sees it as a regime ploy to cling on to power.
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Polls open across London as general election begins

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Polls open across London as the United Kingdom heads to its third general election in five years. People arrived to vote at polling stations across the city, including Jeremy Corbyn's Islington constituency and Westminster.
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Beating, homesickness: tough path to the top for Georgian sumo star

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The sumo champion hauls his giant frame from the ground, sand and clay caking his sweaty back and fury flashing from his eyes as he chastises himself for his defeat. His 178-kilogramme (392-pound) body and white mawashi, or belt, are commonplace, ...
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Talavera pottery, a Mexican and Spanish pottery tradition, listed by UNESCO

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Talavera pottery, a five-centuries-old pottery tradition from Spain that later arrived in Mexico, where it acquired its own identity, has been inscribed on UNESCO's list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
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Harvey Weinstein leaves court after bail increased to $5 million

Harvey Weinstein leaves court after bail increased to $5 million

Harvey Weinstein leaves a New York City court where a judge increased his bail to $5 million after repeated violations of his ankle monitor system. Weinstein, who faces charges of rape and forcibly performing oral sex on a woman, was originally ou...
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Sydney bushfire climate protest

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Up to 20,000 protesters rally in Sydney demanding urgent climate action from Australia's government, as bushfire smoke choking the city causes health problems to spike.
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Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn rounds up the final day of campaigning with London rally

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn holds a final rally in London ahead of Britain's elections. Britain's party leaders criss-crossed the country on Wednesday in a push for votes on the eve of a highly-charged general election aimed at finally settling th...
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US warns N.Korea of consequences of missile test

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The United States warns North Korea of consequences if it makes good on threats of a spectacular missile test in the New Year. At a UN Security Council session on North Korea, the US ambassador, Kelly Craft, hints at further sanctions if North Kor...
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