Berlin's new panda twins receive their names

Berlin's new panda twins receive their names

The panda cubs born in Berlin Zoo this August have officially received their names. Twin brothers Meng Xiang and Meng Yuan, meaning "dream of" and "dream come true," are the zoo's newest attraction. #Panda #BerlinPandas #BerlinZoo
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Azerbaijanis mark 30th anniversary of bloody 'Black January' massacre by Soviet troops

Azerbaijanis mark 30th anniversary of bloody 'Black January' massacre by Soviet troops

More than 130 people were killed on January 20, 1990 when military units from the USSR entered Baku and nearby regions and massacred civilians under the instructions of communist leader Mikhail Gorbachev in order to suppress the growing independen...
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How did Africa's richest woman make her fortune?

How did Africa's richest woman make her fortune?

Leaked documents revealed that the daughter of Angola's former president allegedly made her fortune through corruption and exploiting her own country's natural resources. #Africa #Angola # IsabeldosSantos
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Hail and dust storms hit Australia as bushfires rage

Hail and dust storms hit Australia as bushfires rage

Extreme weather has wreaked havoc in bush fire-weary Australia. It's been hit by giant hail, severe thunderstorms and dust storms, as some communities continue to suffer from drought and bush fires. Natasha Hussain reports.
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Dr King's legacy in 2020

Dr King's legacy in 2020

Decades after Martin Luther King Jr's death, the US is still suffering from systemic inequalities towards African Americans. For many of them, 2020 is a 'dire year' because of the presidential election. To understand why, TRT World's Muttalip Erdo...
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Prince Harry expresses 'great sadness' over royal split

Prince Harry expresses 'great sadness' over royal split

Britain's Prince Harry spoke of his "great sadness" that he and his wife had to give up their royal titles as part of a deal with the queen and senior members of the family finalised on Saturday. #Megxit #PrinceHarry #MeghanMarkle
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Dr King's legacy in 2020

Dr King's legacy in 2020

Decades after Martin Luther King Jr's death, the US is still suffering from systemic inequalities towards African Americans. For many of them, 2020 is a 'dire year' because of the presidential election. To understand why, TRT World's Muttalip Erdo...
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Iraqi protesters step up pressure for reforms

Iraqi protesters step up pressure for reforms

Iraqi protesters blocked roads and clashed with security forces after their deadline for political reforms expired on Monday. #Iraq #protests #reform
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Famous YouTuber's Spotify account compromised by Turkish hacker

Famous YouTuber's Spotify account compromised by Turkish hacker

Famous YouTuber Casey Neistat had a surprise waiting for him on Spotify. A Turkish hacker added a playlist featuring legendary Turkish artists, and it seems Casey might have become a Ferdi Tayfur fan. #CaseyNeistat #FerdiTayfur #Spotify
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Eating Istanbul: Istanbul's best burger

Eating Istanbul: Istanbul's best burger

We visited two of Istanbul's top-ranked burger joints, Nusr-Et Steakhouse and Akali , to find the best burger in the city. And the winner was... #nusretburger #saltbae #akaliburger
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Foreign powers back Libya truce as Haftar's forces choke oil flows

Foreign powers back Libya truce as Haftar's forces choke oil flows

Foreign powers agreed on a truce in Libya, but the talks were overshadowed by blockades of oilfields by militia loyal to warlord Khalifa Haftar. #Libya #ceasefire #BerlinSummit
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle give up royal titles

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle give up royal titles

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will no longer be working members of the British royal family and will have to repay the money spent renovating their house. #PrinceHarry #MeghanMarkle #UK
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Yellow Vest protesters took to streets to denounce French police brutality

Yellow Vest protesters took to streets to denounce French police brutality

Yellow Vest protesters took to the streets of Paris to denounce French police brutality and President Macron's pension reforms. The demonstrations have been held weekly since November 2018. #Paris #YellowVest #policeviolence
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Blizzard buries cars in Canada's Newfoundland

Blizzard buries cars in Canada's Newfoundland

Massive snowfall buries cars and leaves thousands without power in parts of Canada's Newfoundland province where a state of emergency was declared on Friday. #Canada #Snowball #Newfoundland
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Fire engulfs Beirut protest camp

Fire engulfs Beirut protest camp

Fire engulfs protest camp in central Beirut as security forces face off against protesters. Hundreds of people have been injured in the clashes. #LebanonProtests #Beirut #LebanonNews
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This group teaches free self-defence to women

This group teaches free self-defence to women

Solidarity alert: These women teach other women to defend themselves against assault. Take a look at this video and learn some basic self-defence moves. #WomenSecurity #SelfDefence #Women
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Indian women learn self-defence to protect themselves against rapists

Indian women learn self-defence to protect themselves against rapists

These Indian women are learning self-defence to protect themselves against possible sexual assault. #IndianWomen #Violence #SexualAssault
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Iranian woman grieves for son killed by Iran missile

Iranian woman grieves for son killed by Iran missile

An Iranian woman is mourning at the grave of her son who was killed after the Iranian military shot down a Ukranian passenger plane, killing him along with 175 others. #IranUkraine #UkrainePlane #Missile
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Indian women learn self-defence to protect themselves against rapists

Indian women learn self-defence to protect themselves against rapists

These Indian women are learning self-defence to protect themselves against possible sexual assault. #IndianWomen #Violence #SexualAssault
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UK government secretly funded Reuters in the 1960s and 1970s

UK government secretly funded Reuters in the 1960s and 1970s

The British government secretly funded Reuters in the 1960s and 1970s at the behest of an anti-Soviet propaganda unit which was linked to British intelligence. The payments were reportedly made via BBC to conceal the financing and was used to expa...
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Thirsty koala licks water off road after rain

Thirsty koala licks water off road after rain

A thirsty koala was seen licking the road after heavy rainfall in a dry Australian town. #AustraliaBushfires #Koalas #Drought
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Israeli forces attack Palestinian protesters at Al Aqsa

Israeli forces attack Palestinian protesters at Al Aqsa

Israeli forces attacked Palestinian protesters who gathered at the Al Aqsa Mosque, leaving 5 people injured. Protesters prayed and marched against Israeli incursions and voiced their devotion to the holy site. #AlAqsa #Palestine #Israel
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Muslims in India paint flags on their faces in a show of identity

Muslims in India paint flags on their faces in a show of identity

Muslims in India painted flags on their faces to show that they belong in the country amid a controversial citizenship law that critics say discriminates against Muslims. #India #citizenship #Modi
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Taal volcano eruption sends thousands to emergency shelters in the Philippines

Taal volcano eruption sends thousands to emergency shelters in the Philippines

Thousands of people living near the Taal volcano in the Philippines are taking refuge in emergency centres. #Philippines #Volcano #Taal
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Meet the man who cares for Istanbul's injured and orphaned pigeons

Meet the man who cares for Istanbul's injured and orphaned pigeons

Meet pigeon trainer Abdurrahman Dal, who has taken on the legacy of caring for the injured and orphaned birds of Istanbul. #Turkey #Istanbul #pigeon
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